Feed Strategy Events cover the ingredients and additives used within the formulation of animal feeds and are attended by senior executives from all over the world. Feed Strategy Events are geared toward the interests of nutritionists, veterinarians, feed formulators, CEOs, feed mills directors, integrators, co-operatives and hatcheries.

Presented by Feed Strategy magazine, Feed Strategy Event series assists in providing animal feed stakeholders the tools they need to maintain productivity and profitability in a changing production landscape.

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Feed Strategy Seminar

How to improve monogastric gut health and immunity
Co-located with VIV Asia 2023 | March 9, 2023 from 14:00 – 15:00


Animal nutritionists are in the constant quest to find ways to find feeding strategies to improve gut health. During this Feed Strategy Seminar session, two presentations will explore different methods for utilizing feed additives to improve health and performance in poultry and swine production.

Presentation No. 1: A nutribiotic approach to gut health

Speaker: Dr. Arno de Kreij, regional marketing director – ASPAC, IFF

The industry is facing several challenges: from improving sustainability and animal welfare to removing antibiotics and zinc, with volatile input costs. A holistic approach can ensure both optimal gut health as well as optimal performance while maintaining profitability. During this presentation we will discuss strategies to achieve this balance.

Presentation No. 2: Does load and prevalence of feed-source pathogens impact the microbiome?

Speaker: Dr. Enrique Montiel, director of nutrition and live production, Anitox

Feed can be a fomite for pathogens, such as Salmonella, E. coli and Clostridium perfringens, a feed-source pathogen linked to necrotic enteritis. Previous trials show that feed sanitation reduces pathogenic bacteria loads in the gut, improves enteric health and lowers enteric disease incidence in poultry flocks. Compared to other feed hygiene options, true feed sanitizers reduce microbial loads in feed and protect feed against recontamination, ultimately preventing pathogen introduction and colonization in the gut. This presentation will explore how feed sanitation can improve the microbial quality of feed and mitigate microbiome challenges during critical developmental windows positively impacts bird health and productivity.

Admissions is free.

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Feed Mill of the Future Conference
How efficiency, innovation and sustainability will shape the feed industry of tomorrow
Tuesday, January 24, 2023 | 8:00am – 12:00pm | Room B203
Co-located with IPPE 2023 | Atlanta, Georgia, USA

>> The half-day Feed Mill of the Future Conference brings together leading feed industry experts to examine emerging feed mill technologies and processes that will impact animal feed manufacturing in the years ahead. Feed milling professionals will leave with a better understanding of how innovation and early adoption will help achieve their sustainability, productivity and profitability goals of tomorrow. The conference is organized and presented by Feed Strategy and Feed & Grain magazines.