Novus is supporting the 20th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition. This conference is a major event in the poultry industry, not only in Europe but also internationally. More than 800 participants are expected to attend the meetings and discussions, to all learn more on the latest advances in poultry nutrition, together.
We hope you will be attending the official gala dinner powered by Novus International on Tuesday, August 25. Novus will also be organizing a lunch symposium on Thursday, August 27:
“Environmental constraints in poultry related to Zn, Cu and Mn”.
Laura Star, PhD , Schothorst Feed Research, Researcher Poultry Nutrition
Forum hall - Plenary room
You can register at our Novus booth during the symposium and at the plenary room entrance.
Novus will be presenting the following posters during the Symposium:
- Effect of trace minerals chelated with methionine analogue on the development of bacterial chondronecrosis with osteomyelitis in poultry. Silvia Peris, Juxing Chen, Robert. F. Wideman Jr, Mercedes Vazquez
- Effect of Zn, Cu & Mn chelated with methionine analogue on broiler carcass quality. Pierre Buttin, Christophe Alleno, Mercedes Vazquez
- Effect on layer production of reducing Zn, Cu & Mn with an inorganic source or with chelates of methionine analogue. Pierre Buttin, Christophe Alleno, Mercedes Vazquez
- Effect of a reduced supply of Zn, Cu, Mn as chelate of methionine analogue on hatchability in broiler breeders and bone quality of progeny. Silvia Peris, Christophe Alleno, Jacky Michard, Meghara Manangi
- Effect on broiler chicken lameness and performances of 2 doses of zinc, copper and manganese supplied either with an inorganic source or with chelates of methionine analogue. Pierre Buttin, Federico Sirri, Stanislaw Budnik, Juxing Chen, Mercedes Vazquez
- Comparative efficiency of two marigold-based yellow pigments on eggs targeting pasta industry. Marta Blanch
- The relative value of methionine hydroxy analogue (HMTBa) compared to DL-methionine (DLM) at different methionine levels in commercial broiler diets from 0 to 38 days of age. Piero Agostini
See you in Prague!