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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Co-located with IPPE 2020
January 29, 2020 | Atlanta, GA, USA
>> This paid half-day conference will examine the role feed plays in building consumer confidence now and into the future. From traceability to successful antibiotic-free production, feed industry stakeholders will not want to miss this forum for knowledge exchange.
Featured speakers include: Aidan Connolly with AgriTech Capital and CEO of Cainthus, Christine McCracken with RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness, Will Sawyer with CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange and others.
Early bird registration is now open. In order to attend, Feed Strategy Conference co-located with IPPE 2020, attendees must first register to attend IPPE. Register here.
Co-located with VICTAM Asia 2020
March 24, 2020 | Bangkok, Thailand
African swine fever update: Feed additive solutions for pig disease treatment, prevention
>> Half-day conference will address issues relevant to the SE Asian animal feed producer, stressing the animal feed safety issues critical to building the public’s trust in the farm-to-feed-to-food supply chain. This year’s event will focus on feed’s role in preventing and combating swine diseases – including the spread of African swine fever (ASF).
Agenda and speaker details will be announced soon.
Co-located with EuroTier 2020
November 2020 | Hanover, Germany
Seminar series: Critical issues in dairy, swine and poultry feed productions
>> Three free, species-specific interactive seminars will focus on how current consumer trends and regulations have impacted European feed production and offers insight into current feed industry best practices, technologies and innovation.
More details will be announced soon.