Day 3 – Technical R&D Workshops 2017-09-19T11:03:08+00:00

Day 3 – Technical R&D Workshops

Friday 29th September 2017

Delegates choose one of three workshops to attend

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WORKSHOP 1 – Enzymes (Phytase and NSP Enzymes)

08.20 — Registration Opens

09.00 — Chair’s Opening Remarks

Nadia Everaert, Chargée de cours/, University of Liège and editor, Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition

09.10 — PANEL DISCUSSION: Advancements in the Field of Enzymes, and Challenges Ahead

  • Developments in the field of enzymes as specialty feed ingredients
  • Reviewing the challenges to be overcome through developing and using enzymes in animal feed
  • The future of enzyme research in the feed additives sector

Pierre-André Geraert, Director, Innovation Marketing, Adisseo

Peter Ader, Senior Expert Animal Nutrition, BASF

Milan Hruby, Global Applications Senior Manager, DuPont

Vibe Glitsø, Director, Novozymes

10.10 — Feed Efficiency and the Role of Exogenous Enzymes

Nina Gresner, Institute of Animal ScienceUniversity of Bonn

10.45 — Networking Tea and Coffee Break

11.15 — Understanding the Optimum Use of Enzymes in Animal Feed

Oluyinka Olukosi, Senior Poultry Research Scientist, Scotland’s Rural College

11.55 — Paper Review: Scientific Developments in the Field of Enzymes

Leon Marchal, Director, Nutrition & Innovation, ForFarmers

12.35 — Networking Lunch

Technical Sessions

13.45 — Challenges and Opportunities associated with the Use of Feed Additives in Aquaculture Feeds

Jorge Dias, CEO, SPAROS

14.15 — Utilization of Protein and Energy by Broiler Chickens Fed Diets Containing Cottonseed Meal with or without Microbial Enzyme

Paul Iji, Professor of Poultry Science, University of New England

14.45 — Networking Tea and Coffee Break

15.05 — Coated Compound Protease Supplementation Effects on Broiler Fed Corn-Soy or Sorghum-Soy Based Diets

David Gonzalez Sanchez, Product Manager, Enzymes EMENA, Kemin

15.35 — Selected Exogenous Multienzyme Complex (MEC) Improves Piglet Growth After Weaning

Saul Escobero, Global Technical Director, APSA Specialities

16.05 — Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference

WORKSHOP 2 – Minerals (Organic, Inorganic, Chelated Trace Minerals)

08.20 — Registration Opens

09.00 — Chair’s Opening Remarks

Grit Monse, Secretary General, European Manufacturers of Feed Minerals Association

09.10 — PANEL DISCUSSION: Advancements in the Field of Minerals, and Challenges Ahead

  • Progression in the field of mineral based feed additives
  • Overcoming challenges associated with the use of minerals as feed additives
  • Discussing the future of research into minerals as microingredients
  • Reviewing the landscape of product regulation

Alex Yiannikouris, Research Group Director, Chemistry Division, Alltech

Scott Hine, Vice President of Products & Solutions, and Chief Innovation Officer, Novus International

Philip Maynard, Product Manager, Micronutrients USA

Terry Ward, Global Director, Research & Nutritional Services, Zinpro Corporation

10.10 — Advances in Microencapsulation Technology

  • Why use microencapsulation techniques in the feed additives industry
  • Developments in the microencapsulation of zinc oxide and selenium
  • Looking to the future: Investing other minerals that could be microencapsulated

Ester Grilli, VP Nutrition & Health, Vetagro and Professor, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bologna

10.45 — Networking Tea and Coffee Break

11.15 — DISCUSSION SESSION: Innovative Ways of Dispensing Additives

Daniel Brugger, Chair of Animal Nutrition, School of Life Sciences, Technical University of Munich
Hans Aae, 
Research & Development Director, DLG Group

11.55 — Scientific Developments in the Field of Trace Minerals

Jerry Spears, Professor Emeritus, Department of Animal Science, North Carolina State University

12.35 — Networking Lunch

Technical Sessions

13.45 — Alternatives to Medicinal Zinc for Piglets

Niels Jørgen Kjeldsen, Senior Specialist, Livestock Innovation, Danish Pig Research Centre

14.15 — Classification of Feed Grade Sources of Trace Minerals

Stéphane Durosoy, President, Animine

14.45 — Networking Tea and Coffee Break

15.05 — Consequences and Regulatory Need to Control Dust in Feed Additive Production and Usage

Brecht Bruneel, International Technical Manager, Orffa

15.35 — Physicochemical Characterization of Feed Grade Zinc Oxide Sources

Denise Cardoso, R&D, Animine 

16.05 — Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference

WORKSHOP 3 – Eubiotics (Probiotics, Prebiotics, Organic Acids, Short Chained and Medium Chained Fatty Acids, Essential Oils,) and Phytogenic Feed Additives

08.20 — Registration Opens

09.00 — Chair’s Opening Remarks

Kostas Mountzouris, Associate Professor of Animal Nutritional Biotechnology, Agricultural University of Athens

09.10 — PANEL DISCUSSION: Advancements in the Field of Eubiotic and Phytogenic Additives and Challenges Ahead

  • New discoveries in the fields of eubiotic and phytogenic additives
  • Tackling challenges in these sectors
  • The next steps for the industry in supporting farmers and developing new products
  • Reviewing the landscape of product regulation for these additives

Wendy Wakeman, Group Technical Director, Anpario

Jan Dirk van der Klis, Director of Products and Innovation, Delacon

Ole Lund Svendsen, Global Category Manager Eubiotics, DSM Nutritional Products Ltd.

Mathieu Castex, R&D Director, Lallemand Animal Nutrition

Koen Schwarzer, Innovation Manager Feed & Food, Perstorp

10.10 — Paper Review: Scientific Developments in the Fields of Eubiotic and Phytogenic Ingredients

Leon Broom, Senior Manager, Gut Health Consultancy and Visiting Research Fellow, University of Leeds

10.45 — Networking Tea and Coffee Break

11.15 — Looking to Novel Technologies to Efficiently Develop and Produce Feed Additives and Maximise their Impact

Eric Auclair, R&D Director, Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care

Paolo Trevisi, Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture and Food Science (DISTAL), University of Bologna

12.00 — INTERACTIVE SESSION: Innovative Ways of Dispensing Additives

Raf Snoekx, Senior Product Application Manager, Kemin

Daniel Berckmans, Professor, Animal and Human Health Engineering Division, University of Leuven

12.35 — Networking Lunch

Technical Sessions

13.45 — Efficacy of a Combination of Essential Oils Against Most Common Bacterial Pathogens in Pig Production

Sonia Téllez, R&D Team Leader, Lipidos Toledo

14.15 — Feed Additives for Enhanced Sustainability in Animal Food Chains

Ilias Giannenas, Lecturer, Animal Nutrition, Quality Control of Feedstuffs, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

14.45 — Networking Tea and Coffee Break

15.05 — Chickens for Fattening Tolerate Nonanoic Acid Added to Diet at Levels up to 1000 mg/kg Feed

Loretta Hunter, Global Compliance Director, Anitox Corporation

15.35 — Differently Processed Yeast Products (Kluyveromyces fragilis) and their Impact on Feed Intake and Development of Intestinal Physiology in Weaned Piglets

Birgit Keimer, R&D Manager, Biochem Zusatzstoffe Gmbh

16.05 — Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference

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