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Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada 2022
Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada 2022

Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada 2022

May 10, 2022 to May 12, 2022
Delta Downtown - Saskatoon - Saskatchewan - Canada
Lectures
15:30hs
5/10/2022
Student Networking Event

This is an opportunity for students to learn about careers in the feed industry and network with potential employers.

15:30hs
5/10/2022
16:30hs
5/10/2022
Welcome Cocktail

Join us for an evening of networking and animated discussions with industry colleagues. Registration packages will also be available for collection. 

16:30hs
5/10/2022
07:15hs
5/11/2022
Pre-Conference Symposium: Continental breakfast
07:15hs
5/11/2022
08:00hs
5/11/2022
Introduction
08:00hs
5/11/2022
08:10hs
5/11/2022
Influence of antibiotic alternatives on immunity and microflora to support poultry gut health

Dr. Morgan Farnell, Texas A&M University

Speaker:
Morgan Farnell
United States
08:10hs
5/11/2022
08:50hs
5/11/2022
Intestinal permeability, immune response and inflammation in dairy – nutritional modulations

Dr. Lance Baumgard, Iowa State University

Speaker:
Lance Baumgard
United States
Associate professor
08:50hs
5/11/2022
09:30hs
5/11/2022
Viral viability and infectivity in contaminated feed and opportunities for feed additives to mitigate the challenge

Dr. Scott Dee, Pipestone Veterinary Services

Speaker:
Scott Dee
United States
09:30hs
5/11/2022
10:10hs
5/11/2022
Health Break
10:10hs
5/11/2022
10:40hs
5/11/2022
Moderating the effect of coccidia and necrotic enteritis challenge employing non-pharmaceutical means

Dr. Milan Hruby and Dr. Mohamad Mortada / ADM Animal Nutrition

Speaker:
Milan Hruby
Estados Unidos de América
Senior Technical Service Manager. Department: Animal Nutrition Regional Technical Mgmt
Mohamad Mortada
United States
Monogastric Research Scientist
10:40hs
5/11/2022
11:20hs
5/11/2022
Climate change, methane and life cycle analysis – nutrition and production system roles

Dr. Frank Mitloehner, University of California Davis

Speaker:
Frank Mitloehner
United States
Professor and Air Quality Extension Specialist
11:20hs
5/11/2022
12:00hs
5/11/2022
Lunch
12:00hs
5/11/2022
13:05hs
5/11/2022
Opening remarks from ANAC
13:05hs
5/11/2022
13:10hs
5/11/2022
Organizing Committee Welcome
13:10hs
5/11/2022
13:15hs
5/11/2022
JM Bell Lectureship in Animal Nutrition: Prospects for climate neutral beef and dairy production in Canada

Dr. Karen Beauchemin, Agriculture and AgriFood Canada

Speaker:
Karen Beauchemin
Canadá
Adjunct Professor
13:15hs
5/11/2022
14:15hs
5/11/2022
Sustainable livestock feeding and management: what changes are needed?

Dr. Donald Broom, University of Cambridge

Speaker:
Donald Broom, University of Cambridge
Donald Broom, University of Cambridge
14:15hs
5/11/2022
15:00hs
5/11/2022
Health Break
15:00hs
5/11/2022
15:30hs
5/11/2022
On the development of online tools to support the production of sustainable animal feeds

Dr. Dominique Bureau, University of Guelph

Speaker:
Dominique Bureau
Canadá
Associate Professor
15:30hs
5/11/2022
16:15hs
5/11/2022
Feed processing for a profitable, sustainable and socially-accepted feed business

Dr. Menno Thomas, Zetadec - Wageningen University & Research

Speaker:
Menno Thomas
Netherlands
16:15hs
5/11/2022
17:00hs
5/11/2022
ANAC Scholarship announcement and recipient’s presentation of research
17:00hs
5/11/2022
17:15hs
5/11/2022
End of opening plenary and ANCC 2020 Reception

Enjoy an evening of food, drinks and networking. Visit the Industry Partner Showcase and Graduate Student Poster Exhibition.

17:15hs
5/11/2022
07:15hs
5/12/2022
Hot breakfast
07:15hs
5/12/2022
08:10hs
5/12/2022
Opening remarks
08:10hs
5/12/2022
08:15hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
Feed formulation for sustainable agriculture

Dr. Greg Thoma, University of Arkansas 

Speaker:
Greg Thoma
United States
08:15hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
08:15hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
Feeding insect proteins and seaweed

Dr. Stephanie Collins, Dalhousie University

Speaker:
08:15hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
09:00hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
Nutritional Strategies to Mitigate Enteric Methane Emissions From Dairy Cows: State of Knowledge and New Perspectives

Dr. Chaouki Benchaar, Agriculture and AgriFood Canada

Speaker:
09:00hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
09:00hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
Viral Transmission Through Feed

Dr. Chad Paulk, Kansas State University

Speaker:
Chad Paulk
United States
09:00hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
09:45hs
5/12/2022
Health Break
09:45hs
5/12/2022
10:15hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
Appreciating the dynamics of pellet quality improvements to ingredient segregation in poultry houses

Dr. John Boney, Pennsylvania State University

Speaker:
John Boney
United States
10:15hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
10:15hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
Feedlot beef: feeding efficiency and feed management

Dr. Katie Wood, University of Guelph

Speaker:
10:15hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
11:00hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
Can mycotoxin toxicity be reduced by processing?

Dr. Denise Beaulieu, University of Saskatchewan

Speaker:
11:00hs
5/12/2022
Monogastric Session
11:00hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
Precision mineral nutrition for dairy cattle

Dr. William Weiss, Ohio State University

Speaker:
William P Weiss
United States
Veterinary Doctor
11:00hs
5/12/2022
Ruminant Session
11:45hs
5/12/2022
Graduate student presentation
11:45hs
5/12/2022
12:00hs
5/12/2022
Lunch
12:00hs
5/12/2022
13:15hs
5/12/2022
Closing Plenary
Round Table Discussion

Dr. Karen Beauchemin, Dr. Denise Beaulieu, Dr. Donald Broom, Dr. Frank Mitloehner and Dr. Katie Wood

Speaker:
Karen Beauchemin
Canadá
Adjunct Professor
Frank Mitloehner
United States
Professor and Air Quality Extension Specialist
13:15hs
5/12/2022
Closing Plenary
14:00hs
5/12/2022
Closing Plenary
Feed formulation in the future: quantum change or incremental steps forward

Dr. John Patience, Iowa State University

Speaker:
John Patience
United States
14:00hs
5/12/2022
Closing Plenary
14:45hs
5/12/2022
Closing Plenary
Closing remarks
14:45hs
5/12/2022
Closing Plenary
Formulation and ingredients
Manufacturing and Machinery