WEBINAR: Biosecurity best practices for improving feed safety, pig health
June 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Register to learn effective intervention strategies and hygiene management best practices.
Proper biosecurity protocols are as important in the feed mill as they are on the farm — as even the highest-quality feed can become a fomite for swine disease. This webinar will provide pig producers, nutritionists, and feed manufacturers with risk evaluation methodology and the evidence base for effective intervention. Hear experts Sofia Rengman, Perstorp Animal Nutrition, and Kurt Richardson, Anitox, provide an examination of published research for assessing the risk contaminated feed and feed ingredients can pose to the spread of porcine viruses. Gut health and feed hygiene are also key to a well-rounded strategy for reducing the use of antibiotics without impacting performance or animal health.
This webinar will broadcast at: 10 a.m. CDT (Chicago) / 4 p.m. BST( London) / 11 p.m. CST (Beijing)
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Explore effective intervention strategies and hygiene management best practices.
- Identify pathogen reduction techniques for safe feed production.
- Review the findings of leading-edge researchers in swine health.
- Examine how feed additives support pig gut health and productivity.
This is the third installment in a three-part webinar series, “Feed additive solutions for pig disease treatment, prevention,” focused on feed additive solutions for mitigating swine diseases.
This webinar is presented by Feed Strategy and WATT Global Media.
Sofia Rengman, Ph.D., business development manager at Perstorp Animal Nutrition
Sofia Rengman, Ph.D., is the business development manager at Perstorp Animal Nutrition. In her role, she is tasked with transforming science into products well matched with the market needs when it comes to enhancing feed hygiene, animal gut health, and performance. Rengman has a Master of Science degree in biology and a doctorate degree in zoological cell biology studying neuro-hormonal regulation of the pancreas in relation to metabolism and growth in newly weaned piglets from Lund University in Sweden. She has served as a panel member in the Swedish Research Council Formas’ animal health and welfare group since 2015.production.
Kurt Richardson, Ph.D., chief science officer at Anitox
Kurt Richardson, Ph.D., is Anitox’s chief science officer. He is responsible for all the company’s research and development activities and laboratory functions. He presents at domestic and international scientific forums and events and consults with nutritionists and veterinarians at customer sites around the world. Richardson’s research can be found in trade journals and scientific publications spanning three decades.