1st World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding

15–17 October, 2015

Budapest, Hungary / Novotel Budapest Centrum****

Conference Chair

Dr. László Babinszky / head of Department of Feed and Food Biotechnology, University of Debrecen, Hungary


Main topics

  1. Climate change, mycotoxins and animal nutrition
  2. New generations of feed additives
  3. Alternative protein and energy sources in animal nutrition
  4. Free communications (further topics that relate to innovative animal nutrition)


Keynote lecturers

Anne Picot
Head of Research Department
MiXscience, France

Dr. Michel Magnin
Scientific adviser
MiXscience, France
Lecture: Innovation in livestock nutrition

Stephanie Ladirat
Technology Leader
Cargill Animal Nutrition, France

Delphine Melchior
Technology Director, Strategic Marketing and Technology
Cargill Animal Nutrition, France
Lecture: Toward a better understanding of additives application

Dr. Michael Alexander Grashorn
Head of Working Group Poultry Science at the Department of Population Genomics
Institute of Animal Science, University of Hohenheim, Germany
Lecture: Alternative protein and energy sources in animal nutrition

Jannes Doppenberg, Ph.D
Senior account manager/Nutritionist
Schothorst Feed Research, Lelystad, the Netherlands
Lecture: Use of alternative protein and energy sources in practical swine and poultry feed formulations: what are the opportunities and pitfalls?

Dr. David Renaudeau
Research Scientist Physiology
Environment, and Genetics for the Animal and Livestock Systems (PEGASE), France
Lecture: Adaptation to high ambient temperature and solution for coping with thermal heat stress in pigs
 

Dr. Ronald R. Marquardt
Professor Emeritus
Department of Animal Science, University of Manitoba, Canada
Lecture: Mycotoxins in feed and animal products

 

Partners & Exhibitors

 

Premium Partner

Veterinary Sciences

 

Gold Partner

Veterinary Sciences

 

Silver Partner

Veterinary Sciences

 

Bronze Partner

Veterinary Sciences

 

Exhibitors

Veterinary Sciences
Veterinary Sciences