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2018 International Swine Nutrition Symposium

Date

Time

Topic

Speakers

 

8:30-8:45

Opening ceremony

 

Session 1    Research and development of innovative biotechnology

8:45-9:25

Application of new bio-technology for improvement in pork production efficiency

Dr. Guoyao Wu

Professor, Texas A & M University

9:25-10:05

Biotechnological processing to produce high-quality single cell protein from renewable biomass-an update

Dr. Margareth Overland

Professor and Centre Director, Foods of Norway, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

10:05-10:20

Coffee break

 

10:20-11:00

Amino Acid utilization in the growing pig

Dr. Paul Moughan

Professor and Director of the Riddet Institute, Massey University, New Zealand

11:00-11:40

The competitiveness analysis of Brazilian pig and pork industry, and forecast of  future growth  

Dr. Uislei Orlando

Global Nutrition Project Director North American  Pig Improvement Company

11:40-12:10

Session 1, Q & A

 

12:10-13:30

Lunch

 

Session 2 

Understanding of pork quality, safety, and animal welfare for greater consumption of pork

13:30-14:10

Raising pigs but producing pork

Dr. Dustin Boler

Assistant Professor, University of Illinois

14:10-14:50

Achieving consistency in desirable pork quality : Australian initiatives and experience.

Dr. Heather Channon 

Acting General Manager Research and Innovation,

Australian Pork Limited.

14:50-15:05

Tea break

 

15:05-15:45

The effect of animal welfare on consumer perception of pork quality and on public acceptance of pig production: The EU experience

Dr. Peter Sandoe

Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

15:45-16:25

The importance of feed biosecurity in the farm to fork food system

Dr. Jason Woodworth

Associated Professor, Kansas state university

16:25-17:00

Session 2, Q & A

 

18:00

Banquet

 

Oct.25

Session 3

Practical nutritional knowledge for improving the efficiency and profitability of pork production

8:30-9:10

Nutritional and feeding options and manipulations on performance and profitability of growing and finishing pigs

Dr. Michael Tokach

Professor, Kansas state university

9:10-9:50

The effect of amino acids chemical form and their ratio to lysine, and the diet net energy on growth performance, carcass composition, and feeding cost of pigs during the finishing phase

Dr. John Htoo

Director Technical Consulting-Swine, Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH, Germany

9:50-10:05

Tea break

 

10:05-10:45

INRA “ Feed A Gene” Global Research Project Update

Dr. Jaap van Milgen

Professor, INRA France

10:45-11:25

Fundamental research on nutrition and feeding practice of modern highly prolific lactating sows

Dr. Peter Kappel Theil

Senior Scientist,  Aarhus University, Denmark

11:25-12:00

Session 3  Q & A

 

12:00-13:30

Lunch

 

Session 4  Discovery and networking in swine nutrition

13:30-14:10

  Relevance of animal science research with understanding of human biological processes and wellness

Dr. Todd Armstrong

ASAS chairman

14:10-14:50

  Effect of digestible Calcium and Phosphorous on performance of growing pigs

Dr. Hans H Stein

Professor,  University of Illinois

14:50-15:05

Tea break

 

15:05-15:45

  Nutritional evaluation and optimization of pigs based on plasma metabolomic analysis

Dr. Junjun Wang

Professor, China Agricultural University

15:45-16:25

New concept and technology of breeder sow Nutrition

Dr. De Wu

Professor, Sichuan Agricultural University

16:25-16:45

Session 4  Q & A

 

16:45-17:00

Closing remark

 

ASAS Animal Nutrition Academic Conference

Date

Time

Topics

Speakers

Oct.26

08:00-08:20

History and future development direction of ASAS at China Section

Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe
ASAS CEO

08:20-08:30

Introduction of  members and sponsors of the academic committee of ASASCN

Genhu Wang
ASASCN vice president

08:30-09:30

Summary /Highlight /Major discovery from ASAS since the establishment

Todd Aaron Armstrong
ASAS chairman

09:30-10:50

Oral report4

PhD student

10:50-11:50

The perspective of future animal nutrition science

Daiwen Chen
Vice President, Sichuan Agriculture University

11:50-13:00

Lunch

13:00-13:30

ASAS's help for my scientific research - The self-report of the outstanding global animal scientists inTexas A & M University from rural China

Guoyao Wu
Professor, Texas A & M University

13:30-15:30

Oral report6

PhD student

15:30-16:30

The effect of enzyme for reducing immune stress and metabolic consumption in animals

Dingyuan Feng
Professor, South China Agricultural University

 

 

 

 


 

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