ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference invites pig industry experts to explore the transformative power of ideas
Focus sessions at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference 2018 (ONE18) will offer those in the pig industry an opportunity to explore topics specific to their species and participate in a global exchange of ideas for the future.
Discussion topics to include lessons on meat quality, new technologies to battle disease and discussions on new zinc oxide regulations
Register before March 31 at one.alltech.com for savings of $400
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE18), held May 20–22 in Lexington, Kentucky, will provide those in the pig industry with a unique opportunity to participate in a global conversation about the innovations, challenges and solutions facing their industry. Focus sessions designed to educate and inspire will allow attendees to gather insights from leading pig experts and exchange ideas with peers from around the globe.
Pork is the most widely consumed animal protein in the world. Who are the new players in the market, and what opportunities do producers have to fulfill the growing demand?
Consumers are increasingly concerned with the quality of their meat and how it's produced. What do consumers perceive as quality meat? What are the key factors that affect pork quality? Learn what steps you can take to help your product get to consumers' dinner tables.
How can we move beyond vaccines to involve new technologies in the battle against diseases such as PRRS? Can we reach a point in which all viruses are a thing of the past? What genetic potential is unlocked when we live life without viruses?
New zinc oxide regulations are expected to shake up the global pig industry. What are the current inclusion levels? Will this lead to more regulations in the future? Is there an alternative? Here's what you should know about your options.
Are more piglets sustainable? Where is the balance between quantity and quality? With demands on litter rates increasing, it's even more important for the sow and piglets to receive the nutrition necessary for optimum productivity and quality. Hear from industry experts who will provide solutions to this conundrum.
*Topics subject to change as the schedule evolves.