Webinar: Face-to-face with the Current Feed Formulation Dilemma

Increased feed costs require additional attention on formulations to improve feed conversion ratio (FCR), nitrogen absorption/retention, understanding the important role of phosphates, mineral absorption, full replacement benefits, as well as sustainable practices.

Nov 2nd, 2022
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There is looming uncertainty caused by multiple production issues currently impacting the poultry industry. Ingredient shortages and limited access to minerals is leading to the price increase of overall animal feed formulations and ultimately the final product going to consumers. Price increases are creating a dilemma for poultry nutritionists and purchasers on what Zinpro Logo 200pxfeedstocks to keep and what to replace in animal diets across the globe. Increased feed costs require additional attention on formulations to improve feed conversion ratio (FCR), nitrogen absorption/retention, understanding the important role of phosphates, mineral absorption, full replacement benefits, as well as sustainable practices. With so many changing pieces, feed formulation requires more caution — especially when multiple factors are beyond your control.

The presentation will be given by Dr. Mike Kidd, Professor, serves the (DREX)-Director Experiment Station as Professor, Poultry nutrition at the University of Arkansas, Kyle Venter, PhD, Innovation manager at ChemuniquĂ© Pty, and Dr. Leonardo Linares, Poultry Nutritionist at Zinpro Global Technical Services.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  1. The importance of FCR and nitrogen efficiency in the current state of the industry.
  2. The role of phosphates in poultry formulations.
  3. How to partner with your supplier to face the feed formulation dilemma.

This webinar is sponsored by Zinpro and presented by Feed Strategy.

 


Speaker Info:

M KiddDr. Mike Kidd, Professor, serves the (DREX)-Director Experiment Station as Professor, Poultry nutrition at the University of Arkansas.

Dr. Mike Kidd has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Arkansas in poultry science and his doctorate is from North Carolina State University. Kidd worked in the industry and joined the Mississippi State University faculty in 1999, also leading the
poultry science department from 2007 to 2010. He joined the University of Arkansas from 2010 to 2020 in different positions and was named holder of the Adisseo Endowed Professorship in Global Sustainable Poultry Nutrition. He is recognized as an authority on amino acids in poultry nutrition and has published over 450 articles and has been an invited speaker in over 100 international venues in over 45 countries.

 

Kyle Venter 90Kyle Venter, PhD, Innovation manager at Chemuniqué Pty

Kyle Venter is from South Africa and has a B.Sc in Poultry Nutrition from the University of Pretoria. He completed his Ph.D at the same university, while having a full position as the Innovation manager at Chemuniqué Pty (Ltd), in South Africa, where he is gaining valuable commercial experience in broiler nutrition and production, as well as research experience under the guidance of Dr. Peter Plumstead and Dr. Roselina Angel. The focus of his research is on digestible Ca, with the hope of combining existing work done at the University of Maryland to formulate into digestible Ca commercially. Kyle’s interest lies in mineral nutrition, trace mineral nutrition, amino acid research as well as feed additives.

 

Dr LinaresDr. Leonardo Linares, Poultry Nutritionist at Zinpro Global Technical Services.

Dr. Linares graduated from the University of Sao Paulo State with his BA in Animal Science and attained his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO USA. He has 28 years of experience in the poultry industry working with quality control at feed mills, nutrition work at large integrators and genetic companies, as well as supporting customers in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Since 2017, Leo has served Zinpro Corporation as Poultry Nutritionist for the Global Technical Services Team and he supports customers worldwide on poultry nutrition and management and develops new research.

 

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