Symposium: Feed efficiency in dairy cattle

17-04-2013 | |
Symposium: Feed efficiency in dairy cattle
Symposium: Feed efficiency in dairy cattle

Feed efficiency is an important aspect for sustainable dairy farming in the future. Not only in an economical but also in an environmental perspective, through high nutrient or resource use efficiency.

Feed efficiency is a complex parameter, influenced not only by ration composition but also by specific nutrients, management factors, animal health status and genotype. To highlight the various aspects of feed efficiency in dairy farming, seven experts from the Netherlands and abroad will present their vision on improving feed efficiency in dairy production, on Thursday 21 November 2013 in Wageningen, The Netherlands.

The symposium is organised by the Centre for Animal Nutrition, in cooperation with Balchem Corporation, Diamond V, Dupont Pioneer and Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences.

Representatives from feed and feed additive industry, dairy industry, research institutes, governmental organizations, students and others who are interested are invited to attend the 2013 symposium!

The scientific programme will be online soon!

The participation fee for early birds (register before November 1st!) amounts € 195,= (excl. VAT) including lunch, drinks and proceedings of the symposium, or € 50,= (excl. VAT) for students. After November 1st 2013, the registration fee will be € 245,= (excl. VAT) or € 70,= (excl. VAT) for students. To receive the student rate, registrants must present a valid student card on the day of the symposium. WIAS associated PhD students with an approved TSP can register for free by sending an email to info.dairysymposium@wur.nl.

The registration procedure opens in the course of this week on this website and will be available until 17 November 2013.

For more information, please contact the organising committee at info.dairysymposium@wur.nl

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