Alltech's annual symposium in May offers "game changing" ideas for beef producers battling high input costs and continued demand for quality beef.
The company's 27th annual Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium is May 22-25 in Lexington, Kentucky.
Some of the topics for the beef section of the meeting include:
* A global beef industry - the JBS perspective and implications for the future;.
* Game changer for feeding cattle - programmed nutrition.
* The right form at the right time: the science behind 'Optigenized' nitrogen.
* The Achilles heel of beef production - strategies for reducing fecal E. coli shedding.
* Game changers: how global meat consumption patterns will affect the role of the nutritionist.
* Can by-products deliver sustainable competitive advantage?
* Future beef: optimizing nutrition on pasture - The South American experience.
* Programmed nutrition to regulate genes - influencing cattle growth and meat quality.
* Future beef: Feedlot nutrition - the South African experience.
* A good start is key to a good finish - managing new arrivals in the feedlot.
To register, click here to visit Alltech's symposium site.