Pig Focus Asia 2016

Montag21Mrz20162016-03-21Mittwoch23Mrz20162016-03-23
Bangkok, Thailandhttp://www.positiveaction.info/programme.php?conf=131
Pig Focus Asia 2016

Programme Day 1

09:00 Opening Ceremony
09:45 Animal performance improvement thanks to algae
Pi Nyvall Collen • Olmix • France
10:15 Genetic improvements for efficient production
Neil O'Sullivan • Hy-Line • USA
10:45 Antibiotics - An essential tool in livestock production
Alain Kanora • Huvepharma • Belgium
11:15 Cost Effective Veterinary Inputs: Getting the best return out of your veterinarian
Zoilo Lapus • Consultant • Philippines
11:45 Lunch
13:00 Solution to reduce oestrogenic effect and genotoxicity of zearalenone
Clémentine Oguey • Pancosma • France
13:30 Heterologous cell-mediate responses agaianst PRRS virus
Joel Miranda Alvarez • Hipra • Spain
14:00 Improving the outcome of antibiotic treatment
Wouter Depondt • Huvepharma • Belgium
14:30 Modulating intestinal inflammation in piglets
Devendra Verma • Perstorp • Netherlands
15:00 Break
15:30 Dietary electrolyte balance and acid binding capacity
Gilles Langeoire • Consultant • France
16:00 The effect of superdosing phytase on performance and mineral utilisation
Peter Wilcock • AB Vista • USA
16:30 The feed induced immune response from anti-nutritive factors in soy bean meal
Sarah Cervantes-Pahm • Elanco Animal Health • Philippines

Programme Day 2

09:00 Optimising piglet performance by manipulating microbiota?
Peter van't Veld • Denkavit • Netherlands
09:30 Swine nutrition: The other side of the coin
Klaus Hoffmann • Chemoforma • Switzerland
10:00 Break
10:30 How intestinal environment impacts health and performance
Jason Frank • Diamond V • USA
11:00 Monitoring swine health for optimum performance
Alex Eggen • AEVC • Netherlands
11:30 Hind gut fermentation in the sow: a tool to improve health and performance
Arthur Kroismayr • Agromed Austria • Austria
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Mycotoxicosis in sows, piglets and pigs
Astrid Koppenol • Impextraco • Belgium
13:30 Biosecurity and health assurance at a boar station
José Antonio Garcia Ruvalcaba • Kubus • Spain
14:00 Gut health: a continuously challenged eco-system
Stephan Bauwens • Innovad • Belgium
14:30 Effective management of oxidative stress
Augustine Owusu-Asiedu • Anpario • UK
15:00 Break
15:30 Boosting profits from better sow reproductive performance
Choi Siyeong • Biomin • South Korea
16:00 Effect of nucleotides in sows and nursery
Mavis Hung • Anyou Biotech Group • China
16:30 How the consumer influences a commercial breeding programme
Konrad Broekman • Hypor • Netherlands

Programme Day 3

09:00 Prebiotic solutions for challenges in modern piglet rearing
Andreas Lewke • Dr Eckel GmbH • Thailand
09:30 Probiotics: a tool for hog production
Jens Noesgaard Jorgensen • Chr Hansen • Denmark
10:00 Break
10:30 Impact of potassium diformate in weaned piglets
Ryan von de Leon • Addcon • Philippines
11:00 Innovative way to improve digestion and absorption in pigs
Kwang-Youn Whang • Korea University • Korea
11:30 Precisely delivered butyrate to improve performance and health
Tim Goossens • Nutriad • Belgium
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Optimising sow condition and production with RFID feeding
Jan Rooijakkers • Nedap • Netherlands
13:30 Defining cleaning standards by ATP monitoring
Ricardo A Munoz • Neogen • USA
14:00 The application of the nature preparations against swine dysentery
Viviána Molnár-Nagy • Dr Bata Ltd • Hungary
14:30 Effective control strategies for mycoplasma pneumonia in pigs
Jordi Mora • Eco Animal Health Ltd • UK
15:00 Break
15:30 Insoluble crude fibre concentrate in piglets - More than just a fibre source?
Manfred Pietsch • JRS • Germany
16:00 Recent experiences on PRRS control in Asia
Marlon Linatoc • Zoetis • China