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Alltech Dairy Solutions Symposium, the Netherlands

Over 200 delegates recently attended the fifth annual Dairy Solutions Symposium, which took place at the Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands from 1-2 July, 2010. AllAboutFeed editor Emmy Koeleman joined the meeting.

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  • Dr. Joachim Kleen of Alta Genetics Germany opens the first discussion of Dairy Solutions Symposium with his presentation on sub-acute ruminal acidosis (SARA).

    Dr. Joachim Kleen of Alta Genetics Germany opens the first discussion of Dairy Solutions Symposium with his presentation on sub-acute ruminal acidosis (SARA).

  • Dr. Jan Dijkstras of Wageningen University, The Netherlands delivers his presentation on ruminal pH regulation.

    Dr. Jan Dijkstras of Wageningen University, The Netherlands delivers his presentation on ruminal pH regulation.

  • Some of the delegates and speakers at the fifth annual Dairy Solutions Symposium taking a well-deserved break between presentations.

    Some of the delegates and speakers at the fifth annual Dairy Solutions Symposium taking a well-deserved break between presentations.

  • Alltech’s Dr. Juan Tricario delivering his presentation, entitled: 30 years of yeast research: what have we learnt from this?

    Alltech’s Dr. Juan Tricario delivering his presentation, entitled: 30 years of yeast research: what have we learnt from this?

  • Dr. Ad van Vuuren of Wageningen UR Livestock Research, opening the second day of Dairy Solutions Symposium with an introductory presentation on rumen adaption and animal health.

    Dr. Ad van Vuuren of Wageningen UR Livestock Research, opening the second day of Dairy Solutions Symposium with an introductory presentation on rumen adaption and animal health.

  • Pictured during the first day of Day Solutions Symposium were (left to right): Patrick Charlton, Alltech European Regional Director, Ing. Paul Dobbelaar, Utrecht University, Ir. Gert van Duinkerken, Wageningen University Livestock Research Group, Sylvie Andrieu, Alltech European Technical Ruminant Manager, Dr. Ad van Vuuren, Wageningen University Livestock Research Group, Professor Wouter Hendriks, Wageningen Univerity and Wim Beeks, Alltech General Manager Benelux.

    Pictured during the first day of Day Solutions Symposium were (left to right): Patrick Charlton, Alltech European Regional Director, Ing. Paul Dobbelaar, Utrecht University, Ir. Gert van Duinkerken, Wageningen University Livestock Research Group, Sylvie Andrieu, Alltech European Technical Ruminant Manager, Dr. Ad van Vuuren, Wageningen University Livestock Research Group, Professor Wouter Hendriks, Wageningen Univerity and Wim Beeks, Alltech General Manager Benelux.

  • Ir. Gert van Duinkerken of the Wageningen University Livestock Research Group, addressing delegates at the fifth Annual Dairy Solutions Symposium.

    Ir. Gert van Duinkerken of the Wageningen University Livestock Research Group, addressing delegates at the fifth Annual Dairy Solutions Symposium.

  • Some of the delegates that travelled from around the world to attend this year’s Dairy Solutions Symposium during one of the speaker presentations.

    Some of the delegates that travelled from around the world to attend this year’s Dairy Solutions Symposium during one of the speaker presentations.

  • Some of the delegates that travelled from around the world to attend this year’s Dairy Solutions Symposium during one of the speaker presentations.

    Some of the delegates that travelled from around the world to attend this year’s Dairy Solutions Symposium during one of the speaker presentations.

  • Prof. Johanna Fink-Gremmels, Utrecht University,The Netherlands, delivering her presentation on Penicillium moulds and effects on rumen health, on the second Day of Dairy Solutions Symposium.

    Prof. Johanna Fink-Gremmels, Utrecht University,The Netherlands, delivering her presentation on Penicillium moulds and effects on rumen health, on the second Day of Dairy Solutions Symposium.

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