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Program

Full schedule of plenary sessions, breakout sessions focusing on specific livestock species, poster sessions, get togethers, conference dinners and more.

Welcome Program - Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Arrival and Registration

Scientific Conference Day 1 - Thursday, 4 October 2018

08:30 Opening

Keynote Presentation
Dr. h.c. Erich Erber and Dr. Jan Vanbrabant,
Chairman of Executive Board, ERBER Group, Austria

Global Feed to Meat Outlook: Shaping Industry Competitiveness in a Fast-Changing World
Nan-Dirk Mulder,
Rabobank International, The Netherlands

Industry 4.0 – Transforming the Feed and Feed Ingredients Sector
Chris De Lavigne,
Deloitte, Singapore

Lunch

Breakout Sessions Poultry, Swine, Ruminants and Aquaculture

featuring experts from across the globe covering topics regarding animal health and nutrition along with key industry trends.

Poster Session

+100 boards displaying the latest research on metabolomics, nutrigenomics, transcriptomics, mycotoxins and more.

Dinner

Continuation Scientific Program - Friday, 5 October 2018

08:30 Continuation Scientific Program

A One Health Approach to Antibiotic Use
Prof. Dr. Dirk Pfeiffer,
The Royal Veterinary College, United Kingdom

Role of Specialty Feed Ingredients to Minimize Antibiotic Use in Livestock Production
Dr. Joerg Seifert,
FEFANA, Belgium

Transcriptomics for Unveiling the Mode of Action of Antibiotics and Developing Alternatives
Dr. Bertrand Grenier
BIOMIN Research Center, Austria

Effects of Feed Additives on the Prevalence of Resistant Bacteria
Nataliya Roth,
BIOMIN Research Center, Austria

The Antibiotic Resistance Profiles of Forum Participants
Andreas Köstelbauer,
BIOMIN Research Center, Austria

Lunch

Mycotoxin Session

Toward an Integrative Understanding of the Impact of Mycotoxins on Gut Health
Dr. Gunther Antonissen,
Ghent University, Belgium

Climate Change & Mycotoxins
Prof. Dr. Naresh Magan,
Cranfield University, UK

Predictive Modeling of Mycotoxin Occurrence
Prof. Dr. Paola Battilani,
Università Cattolica del S. Cuore di Piacenza, Italy

Enzyme Technology Against Zearalenone-Induced Hyperestrogenism
Dr. Wulf-Dieter Moll, BIOMIN
Research Center, Austria

BIOMIN Beach Night

Poultry Session

Topic Speaker Title/Institution
Relationship Between Poultry Gut Microbiota and Diet Prof. Dr. Gerardo Manfreda University of Bologna
Phytogenic and Probiotic Feed Additives for Broilers:
Evidence for Growth Performance Links with Gut Performance Indices
Prof. Dr. Konstantinos Mountzouris Agricultural University of Athens
Probiotics: A Modern Solution to Coccidiosis and Necrotic Enteritis Prof. Dr. Rami Dalloul Virginia Tech
Reducing Leaky Gut for Improving Breeder Health Dr. Johanna Elvidge Aviagen Ltd.
The Current Challenge for Salmonella Control in the Global Poultry Industry Dr. Alberto Back MercoLab
Effect of Synbiotic Supplementation on Production Performances and Cecal Salmonella Load during a Salmonella Challenge Prof. Dr. Ramesh Selvaraj Ohio State University
The Common Clinical Signs and Pathological Lesions of Mycotoxicoses in Poultry Prof. Dr. Charles Rangga Tabbu Universitas Gadjah Mada

Ruminants Session

Topic Speaker Title/Institution
Use of Essential Oil Feed Additives in Ruminant Nutrition:
Opportunities and Challenges
Dr. Chaouki Benchaar Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Methane Emission Intensity in a Classical Pasture Versus an Intensive TMR Feeding Program Dr. Jennifer L. Ellis University of Guelph & Wageningen University
Improving Feed Efficiency to Promote a Sustainable Dairy Industry Prof. Dr. Michael VandeHaar Michigan State University
Dairy Farm Management and Feed Cost Considerations in China Prof. Dr. Yuguo Zhen Jilin Agricultural University
Nutritional Toxicology in the Dairy Industry: Feed Quality and Mycotoxins Prof. Dr. Duarte Diaz The University of Arizona
Is there a Link between Mastitis and Endotoxins in High Producing Dairy Cows? Prof. Dr. James Cullor UC Davis
Plant Mycotoxins: Impacts on Health and Production: Australia and New Zealand Dr. Ian Lean Scibus

Swine Session

Topic Speaker Title/Institution
Gastrointestinal Tract Diseases Interfering with the Nutrients Absorption and Reducing Feed Conversion in Pigs Prof. Dr. Zygmunt Pejsak National Veterinary
Research Institute, Pulawy
Genetic Improvement and Nutrition Trends Dr. Uislei Orlando PIC North America
Mycotoxins Modulate the Inflammatory Response? Prof. Dr. Ana Paula Bracarense Universidade Estadual de Londrina
Myco- and Endotoxins as Antinutritional Factors Prof. Dr. Nicholas K. Gabler Iowa State University
Improving Protein Utilization Efficiency Through Better Understanding of Immune and Stress Responses in Pigs Prof. Dr. Jae Cheol Kim Murdoch University
Protein Sources as Functional Ingredients in Pig DietsProf. Dr. Alfons Jansman Wageningen University
Formulating for Optimum Gut Health and Performance in Swine Anthony Edwards ACE Livestock Consulting

Aquaculture Session

Topic Speaker Title/Institution
Ocean Foods Ecosystems for Planetary Survival in the Anthropocene Prof. Dr. Barry A. Costa-Pierce University of New England
The Fish Meal Dilemma - What are the Alternatives? Prof. Dr. Ashild Krogdahl Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Mycotoxins in Aquaculture: Occurrence and Significance Rui Alexandre Goncalves, MSc BIOMIN Holding
Addressing the Challenges of Shrimp Nutrition Prof. Dr. Alberto Nunes Universidade Federal do Ceará
Disease Threats in Shrimp Farming: Causes and Possible Solutions Dr. Matthew Briggs Ridley AgriProducts Pty.
Probiotics Enhancing Gut Performance Dr. Daniel Merrifield Plymouth University
Bringing Science to the Field:
Innovative Molecular Tools for the Benefit of Farmers
Dr. Simon MacKenzie Stirling University
Sustainable Shrimp Farming:
High Density, Biofloc-Dominated, No-Water-Exchange Systems
Prof. Dr. Tzachi Samocha Marine Solutions & Feed Technology

Social Day - 15 OCTOBER, SATURDAY

Social Program including lunch



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