Anitox, the global leader in milling efficiency and pathogen control, announced today that it will host a live, complimentary webinar entitled, “Poultry Performance through Better Milling”, on Thursday, May 16.. The webinar will offer expert advice from Dr Joseph Moritz, Professor at West Virginia University, USA who will share insight into feed manufacturing effects on both physical form and nutrient availability, and the consequential impact on growth performance of modern broiler genotypes.
The webinar will run in three regional sessions convenient for local audiences:
- EMEA session: Thursday 16th June at 2pm-3pm BST (London)
- America session: Thursday 16th June at 2pm-3pm EST (Atlanta)
- Asia session: Friday 17th June at 9am-10am ICT (Bangkok)
“Pellet quality has economic importance as long as nutrition is not compromised,” explains Dr Moritz. “Unfortunately, little progress has been made towards convincing the meat bird industry that feeding high quality pellets has justifiable advantages for bird performance and overall economics. This lack of progress may be attributed to conflicting results in commercial practice and past literature. In this webinar we will explore how throughput improvements and moisture management can be achieved by adjusting manufacturing techniques with little or no change to nutrient availability.”
Specifically, this one hour informative webinar will cover:
- Nutrient availability effect on bird performance with standardized feed form
- Feed form effects on bird performance with standardized nutrient availability
- Effects of pellet quality on ingredient and nutrient segregation
The event will be recorded and available upon request for those unable to attend.