The Nottingham Feed Conference
24/25 June 2014
The University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington Campus
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Keynote speakers 2014
Jos Noordhuizen, Australia
Frank Menn, Germany
Chris Reynolds, UK
Ad Van Vuuren, The Netherlands
Jamie Newbold, UK
Alex Bach, Spain
Helen Masey-O'Neill, UK
Thomas Blaha, Germany
Elaine Fitches, UK
Nick Gabler, USA
Pete Wilcock, UK
Hanne Maribo, Denmark
Brian Kerr, USA
Charles Stark, USA
Lia Hoving, The Netherlands
Is this for you?
The meeting attracts delegates from all parts of the Feed Industry, including:
Compounders/ Raw Materials through to Supplement/ Additive Companies
University/ Research Personnel
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A couple of days at the Nottingham Feed Conference is better than your normal routine at work.
It is for all technical decision makers with ambition in the feed industry.
Because it will offer you knowledge of cutting edge developments and practical solutions and allow you to meet influential and respected colleagues.
With the result that you can turn science into profit and extend your positive vision on the future of the industry and you will be more successful in reaching your personal and business goals.
This Conference provides CPD points for the Dairy Pro and BSAS accreditation schemes
RuminOmics Technical Visit Methane & Feed Efficiency in Dairy Cows
Participation in the RuminOmics Technical visit is free of charge for participants of the Nottingham Feed Conference.
Please contact the organisers if your company wishes to discuss sponsorship.
All sponsors will be acknowledged on the conference website, in all information given to delegates and in the published Proceedings of the Conference distributed worldwide.
If any company wishes to display a poster, please notify the organisers in advance.
Those attending to display a poster must pay a full delegate’s fee.
This meeting has been held annually since 1967 and is the premier event of its kind in the UK.
Traditionally it took place in early January at the University of Nottingham Sutton Bonington Campus (School of Biosciences; the best School of its kind in the UK).
The date has now been moved to June to allow greater representation from other countries.
The meeting attracts delegates from all parts of the Feed Industry, ranging from Compounders / Raw Materials through to Supplement / Additive Companies, Vitamin Manufacturers, Pharmaceutical Suppliers, Advisors, Consultants, University / Research Personnel, Government personnel
Members of the Programme Committee are chosen from University staff and the Animal Feed Industry. Each year between 12 and 14 invited papers are chosen which are relevant to both the science and the practice of Animal Nutrition. They are presented by recognised authorities from Europe but also worldwide.
The Proceedings ‘Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition’ are considered essential reading by commercial personnel as well as scientists and students.
With its mixture of basic science and application, together with liaison between the University and the world of commerce, the meeting represents an excellent example of Technology Transfer.
Where are we?
Sutton Bonington is very accessible both from within the UK (road and rail links) and from elsewhere by plane - the East Midlands airport is only 8km away, and Birmingham / Manchester airports are within easy reach. For directions, see Sutton Bonington Campus.
The advent of two low cost airlines at East Midlands Airport with links to many European cities now makes travel to the meeting even easier.