Webinar: Young Animal feed

04 May 2021

To maximise animal performance, it is of pivotal to optimise the first days or weeks of life (the neonate phase). Investing in young animals delivers greater returns, which is reflected in reaching slaughter sooner, heavier animals, better egg production, better fertility or higher milk yields.

This webinar is organized All About Feed. With speakers from Schothorst Feed Research, Darling ingredients and Royal Agrifirm Group, the webinar will air at May 4, at 15:00 CET. This special webinar will bring you all the latest developments and insights regarding young animal nutrition.

Short outline of the programme?

  • Introduction by Marieke Ploegmakers (Editor for All About Feed)
  • How to prepare a piglet for a successful weaning by Anne Huting (Researcher Swine Nutrition)
  • How plasma proteins improve sustainability of young animal nutrition. Better health, reduced carbon footprint by Dr Lourens Heres (Manager Global Technical Support)
  • The economic impact of young animal nutrition. Why you shouldn’t mess up the rearing phase by Stefan Alius (Product Manager Poultry EMEA)

When?

Thursday, 15 April 2021
03.00 – 04.00 PM CEST
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Speakers & topics

Anne Huting

“How to prepare a piglet for a successful weaning?”

  • The various pre-weaning feeding strategies
  • The importance of a transition diet around the time of weaning

Dr Lourens Heres

“How plasma proteins improve sustainability of young animal nutrition. Better health, reduced carbon footprint.”

  • Review of benefits in young animals of spray-dried animal plasma
  • How the active components in plasma affect local and systemic immunity and microbiota
  • The role of bioactive animal proteins in reduction of antibiotic use and zinc replacement
  • Relative low carbon footprint of land animal proteins

Stefan Alius

“The economic impact of young animal nutrition. Why you shouldn’t mess up the rearing phase!”

  • Key points of proper young animal nutrition
  • Economic comparison of effects of proper vs improper young animal nutrition / rearing phase
  • Calculation of the long term impact

Do you want to get things right from the start?

Getting your rearing strategies right early in the production cycle, pays off in the long run.
Together, let’s give the youngest animals everything they need to perform well later in life.