The IFF Feed Processing Conference during Victam 2011 is meant to be a platform for innovations which were developed by science and industry.
The conference is taking place on 3 May 11:00-16:30 hrs, in rooms 3+5 of the Rheinsaal on the second floor of Congress Centrum Nord of Koelnmesse.
Well-known companies will present their innovations to a skilled audience. More statements on product safety as well as on nutritionally favourable compound-feed products will complete this compacted event.
The conference is organised by the Research Institute of the International Research Association of Feed Technology (IFF) which since its foundation in 1961 has been engaged with topics of the compound-feed production relevant for practice.
IFF collaborates with important national and international boards and has an excellent reputation among experts. The conference will be chaired by the IFF director.
Following the presentation, there is some time reserved for discussions
Participation in the conference is free of charge. Registration is required and should be sent to Mrs. Petra Ding (email@example.com) by 20 April 2011 at the latest.
Programme (Subject to change)
Alexander Feil/Rolf-Michael Blume, IFF, Germany
Optimising feed mill management for improved product safety
Alexander Feil, IFF, Germany
A structural approach to grinding
Piet van Bommel, Van Aarsen International, The Netherlands
Andritz Feed & Biofuel – High capacity lines and super-conditioning
Finn Normann Jensen, Andritz Feed & Biofuel, Denmark
Process optimization and quick scans
Wouter Scharenborg, Tebodin CCE, The Netherlands
Aspects of feed structure and technological treatment of grain on intestinal health in piglets
Heinrich Kleine Klausing, Deutsche Tiernahrung, Germany
Energy efficiency and sustainability in poultry feed production
Marco Baumann, Bühler, Switzerland
Pelleting with variable die specification with roll speed measurement
Paul Alderliefste, CPM Europe, The Netherlands
Small and micro ingredient dosing in the feed and premix industry; critical items and solutions
Kees T.J. Stiekema, KSE Process Technology, The Netherlands
Hygienic feed production versus capacity
Theo G.A.M. van den Hurk, PTN Pelleting Technology Nederland, The Netherlands
Reducing specific energy demands in the pelleting of feed
Richard Oldman, Anitox, United Kingdom