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2021 International Conference on Swine Nutrition
2021 International Conference on Swine Nutrition

2021 International Conference on Swine Nutrition

August 11, 2021 to August 12, 2021
Benton Auditorium, Scheman Building, Iowa State University Campus Ames - Iowa - United States
Lectures
08:30hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
Progress in research in swine nutrition in China: where it was, where it is, and where it is headed
Dr. Defa Li, Professor, College of Animal Science and Technology at the China Agricultural University, Beijing, China.
 
Over the past 2 decades, Chinese nutrition research has progressed to become a major global force. A large investment in well trained personnel, modern equipment and enhanced facilities has greatly strengthened their research capability. Much of their focus has been on development of a feed ingredient database and nutrient requirements book specifically focused on China, pork quality improvement through genetics and nutrition, gut health related to dietary fiber and the development of new feed additives to replace antibiotics.
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Speaker:
Defa Li
China
08:30hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
10:40hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
Nutritive and non-nutritive roles of fiber in the diet. Is there any good news?
Dr. John Patience, Professor, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
 
Fiber is often viewed as a negative in pig diets, because it acts as a nutrient diluent, reduces bulk density and impairs energy and nutrient digestibility. But fiber can also play a role in gut health and impact the severity of certain diseases. The past decade has seen tremendous growth in our knowledge about fiber, but what does it all mean, and how can these advances improve the way we feed pigs? This presentation will start with the best ways to analyze fiber, and go from there.
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Speaker:
John Patience
United States
10:40hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
11:30hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
Panel Discussion: Implementing decisions at the feed mill
Moderator: Dr. Cassie Jones, Associate Professor, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS; Panelists: Dr. Roger Cochrane, Director of Feed Mills, Pipestone Nutrition, Pipestone, MN; Ashton Yoder, Feed Mill Operations Manager, Land O’Lakes, Wichita, KS; Dr. Chris Parks, Swine Nutritionist, Provimi NA Inc, Lewisburg, OH.
Speaker:
Chris Parks
Chris Parks
Roger Cochrane
United States
Ashton Yoder
United States
Cassie Jones
United States
11:30hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
14:10hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
The role of modelling in nutrition and management – Current successes and future prospects
Dr. Neil Ferguson, Trouw Nutrition, Guelph, ON. Canada
 
This paper will focus on how commercial application of a model can provide practical nutrition, economic and management solutions in a persistent volatile pig market. Attention will be given to key drivers for success, real examples, new innovations e.g weaning and post-weaning growth, feed additives and gut health, and some opportunities for future digital innovations.
Speaker:
Neil Ferguson
Netherlands
Asesor Técnico
14:10hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
15:30hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
Xylanase: Translating its mechanism of action into successful application in swine diets
Dr. Amy Petry, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
 
Supplementing xylanase is often considered a black box of variable performance outcomes. A better grasp on its mechanism of action, specifically in the presence of corn-based fiber, should help. This presentation will summarize our current understanding of the mode of action of xylanase that differ considerably from current dogma. Special attention will be given to translating this knowledge into strategies to improve pig health and fiber utilization.
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Speaker:
Amy Petry
United States
15:30hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
16:20hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
Energy: How to value dietary fat and implications for diet formulation
Dr. Trey Kellner, Nutritionist, AMVC, Audubon, IA
 
This discussion will highlight attempts to assign caloric values to dietary fat and the impact of dietary fat and diet caloric density on caloric intake, carcass gain, and economic outcomes. Plus, the impact of dietary fat on carcass fat quality and other economic variables will be discussed.
Speaker:
Trey Kellner
Trey Kellner
16:20hs
8/11/2021
Benton Auditorium
09:20hs
8/12/2021
Benton Auditorium
A European perspective of applied swine nutrition
Dr. Jaume Coma, Val Companys, Lleida, Spain
 
The presentation will cover the European view of different topics as 1) Different raw materials: changes and variability of composition at the feed mill, 2) raising piglets without antimicrobials/zinc oxide, 3) considerations on feeding non-castrated pigs in the growing-finishing stage and 4) effects of applied swine nutrition on practical sustainability of pork production.
Speaker:
09:20hs
8/12/2021
Benton Auditorium
10:40hs
8/12/2021
Benton Auditorium
What we have learned and future thoughts on feeding pigs during times of stress and disease
Dr. Nick Gabler, Professor and Associate Chair, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
 
Common stresses (eg. weaning, heat stress, oxidative stress, inflammation, pathogens) impair performance. Understanding their impact on digestibility, metabolism, protein accretion and feed efficiency provides insight into strategies to improve poor-health pig production. This talk will discuss known, new and future insights into how nutrition can be used to mitigate weaning and disease stress in wean to finish pigs.
 
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Speaker:
Nicholas Gabler
United States
10:40hs
8/12/2021
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13:20hs
8/12/2021
Benton Auditorium
Towards increased accuracy of estimating net energy of diets and feed ingredients for ad libitum fed group housed pigs using the indirect calorimetry approach
Dr. Hans Stein, Professor, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL
 
Since the last major updates to net energy systems for pigs were implemented more than 25 years ago, new analytical tools, new knowledge about nutrient digestibility and absorption, new feed technologies, and new feed additives have been developed. It is, therefore, possible that
this new knowledge can be incorporated into an improved net energy system for pigs.
Speaker:
Hans H. Stein, PhD
United States
Professor
13:20hs
8/12/2021
Benton Auditorium
14:10hs
8/12/2021
Benton Auditorium
Where are we headed with branch chained amino acids and swine nutrition in general
Dr. Mike Tokach, Distinguished Professor, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
 
Increased corn protein in U.S. swine diets creates a need to understand the impact of high leucine levels on requirements of other amino acids. Mike will focus on the practical implications of branch chain amino acid nutrition. Mike has also been charged with addressing the future of swine nutrition and training of the next generation of nutritionists.
Speaker:
Mike Tokach
United States
Animal Nutritionist
14:10hs
8/12/2021
Benton Auditorium