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FIGAP 2016
October 19, 2016 to October 21, 2016
Av. Mariano Otero No. 1499 - Guadalajara - Jalisco - Mexico
Lectures
09:00hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Update on world trends and challenges
Speaker:
Giuseppe Bigliani
Estados Unidos de América
Director
09:00hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
09:45hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Process control for feed plants
Speaker:
Eric Theze
México
09:45hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
11:30hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Industrial safety in feed plant
11:30hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
13:00hs
10/17/2016
Steam cereal flaking for cattle or ruminants

Compared to all other methods of grain processing, steam flaking improves growth performance of cattle fed growing-finishing rations. Flaking improves energetic efficiency of corn and sorghum more than barley or wheat. For corn and sorghum, most of the benefit from flaking us due to improved ruminal and total tract digestion of the starch. For barley and wheat, the principle advantage from flaking is higher feed intake, due to improved physical attributes of the grain.  

Optimum processing usually maximizes net energy intake. For optimum results, flaking needs to be more extensive for corn and sorghum than other cereals. Inadequate processing corn and sorghum will compromise efficiency due to poor starch digestion. In contrast, excessive processing will reduce intake and gain, harm efficiency and increase the prevalence of digestive and metabolic disorders.

Variables affecting steam flaking include grain type and variety, processing conditions, other diet ingredients, bunk management, feed additives, environment and cattle type. Regarding processing conditions, flake thickness (bulk density) has more impact than any other variable. Also important are retention time inside the steam chest and moisture content of the grain entering the flaking mill. Laboratory evaluation provides only limited insight about processing. Fecal starch is a valuable tool but is not being used widely. Other useful criteria include dry matter intake (DMI) and digestive disorders. Compared to other methods of processing, steam flaking requires a greater investment in equipment, energy and labor.

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Speaker:
Enrique Diaz
United States
Zootechnist
13:00hs
10/17/2016
16:00hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Speaker:
Terry Stemler
Estados Unidos de América
President of APEC
16:00hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
17:15hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Conditioning and steam systems
17:15hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
18:30hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Update on automation and control systems
Speaker:
Charlly Hansen
Dinamarca
Business Development, International Sales
18:30hs
10/17/2016
Expo Guadalajara
09:00hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Progress and developments in drying with convection for pet feeding
Speaker:
Archie Jones
Archie Jones
09:00hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
10:15hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
10:15hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
11:45hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Extrusion technologies in aquaculture feeds and pet foods
Speaker:
Fabiano Cesar Sá, PhD
Estados Unidos de América
Investigacion y desarrollo
11:45hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
13:15hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Uses of pelleting for biomass and farm waste
Speaker:
Pablo Aguilar
Germany
Ventas America Latina y España
13:15hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
16:00hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
16:00hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
17:15hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
Advances in drying and cooling technology
Speaker:
Diego Clivio
Ecuador
Gerente de Ventas
17:15hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara
18:30hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara

Dry extrusion, a robust, economical, easy-to-use, high-temperature – short-time thermal and pressure treatment, is used in over 100 countries to process oilseeds and grains; sterilize co-products for repurposing to reduce waste and save valuable nutrients; and manufacture complete, shaped feeds, like pet food and fish feed. Accompanied with a mechanical press for chemical-free oil extraction, dry extrusion and related commercial applications are well researched and known for producing quality oils and protein-rich meals.

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Speaker:
Dave Albin, Ph.D.
Estados Unidos de América
Applied Nutrition Technologist
18:30hs
10/18/2016
Expo Guadalajara