AFMA SYMPOSIUM 2012
 
     
  • AFMA Symposium 2012 - Wednesday, 3 October 2012
 
 

Programme - AFMA Symposium 2012

 
     
  • AFMA Presentations
 
 

Energy : Lysine – Is there a simple model?
- Prof Steve Leeson, Department of Animal

Feeding for enhanced function and development of the gastrointestinal tract in the weanling pig
- Prof John R. Pluske, Division of Research and Development, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia

Assessment of the variability of Digestible Amino Acids and Apparent Metabolizable Energy in the South African maize (harvest 2012) using NIRS technology
- Dr Pascal Thiery D.V.M., Technical Manager Africa – Middle-East, Adisseo, France SAS

Not for publication - contact die AFMA Offices
Critical parameters to ensure good pellet quality

- Mr Sven Lessmann, Area Sales Manager Feed,Department of Feed & Biomass, Bühler, Uzwil, Switzerland

Identifying cost saving opportunities in animal feed processing
- Mr John Conboy, Global Portfolio Manager, Feed Management Systems, Cargill, USA

The technical and practical application of knowledge on heat stress in dairy cattle and poultry
- Dr Marco A. Rebollo, Research and Nutritional Services, Zinpro Corporation, Texas, USA

Interpreting feed additive analysis results
- Mr Søren Dalsgaard, Senior Scientist and Head of Feed Biochemistry in Industrial Biosciences R&D, Dupont Nutrition Biosciences ApS, Denmark

Calcium, Phosphorus and Phytase interactions in broiler diets
- Mr Rick Kleyn, Nutrition Consultant, Owner Spesfeed (Pty) Ltd

 
     
     
  AFMA SYMPOSIUM 2011
 
     
  • AFMA Symposium 2011 - Wednesday, 5 October 2011
 
  Programme - AFMA Symposium 2011  
     
  • AFMA Presentations
 
 
  1. Dr Herman Wiechers - Global Warning:  Is it Fact or Fiction?
  2. Mr Robb Stockill - Waste to Energy Solutions for the AGRI Sector
  3. Dr Johann Fickler - Contribution to Sustainable Protein Supply
  4. Mr Tom McLaughlin - Going Green – The Woolworths Good Business Journey
  5. Mr De Wet Boshoff - Current Legislative Environment – The road ahead
  6. Ms Rose Luke - Road and Rail Transport challenges to the total Feed to Food Chain
  7. Ms Wiana Louw - Grain Quality in South Africa - The importance of independent quality analyses in the grain value chain
  8. Dr David M. Bravo - The gut as a gateway for improvement of animal production and health.  Developing sustainable feed technologies. - Not for publication  
  9. Dr Colm A. Moran – Worldwide lessons learned from Dioxins and PCB’s
  10. Mr Loutjie Dunn - AFMA’s tools to improve sustainability in the SA Feed Industry
 
     
     
  AFMA SYMPOSIUM 2010
 
     
  • AFMA Symposium 2010 - Wednesday, 6 October 2010
 
  Final programme - AFMA Symposium 2010
 
• AFMA Presentations
To get copies of the presentations presented at the AFMA Symposium 2010, please contact the AFMA office on tel 012 663 9097.
 
     
  AFMA SYMPOSIUM 2009
 
     
  • AFMA Symposium 2009 - Wednesday, 7 October 2009
 
 

Final programme - AFMA Symposium 2009

 
   
   
  AFMA SYMPOSIUM 2008
 
   
  • Final Programme
 
  AFMA - WCAP PROGRAMME 2008
WPSA - WCAP PROGRAMME 2008
 
   
  • AFMA Presentations
 
 
1. The South African Feed Manufacturers Association’s role in enhancing the industry - Mr De Wet Boshoff
2. Challenges for the feed company beyond 2010 - Dr S Ferrari
3. Raw Material challenges in the Feed Industry - Dr E Briedenhann
4. Progress in Quality Control in the Feed Industry - Dr Hinner Koster
5. New developments in NIR technology and the application in the feed Industry - Dr Neil Dominy
 
   
  • WPSA Presentations
 
 
1.
Dr Andreas Lemme - Technical developments in Poultry Nutrition and management
2. Dr Igal Peuzner - Poultry Breeds and Genetics - What to expect Beyond 2010
3. Dr Shahn Bisschop - Poultry Diseases beyond 2010
4. Mr Kevin Lovell - The Local and International Poultry Industries - Prospects and Challenges Beyond 2010
5. Prof Rob Gous - Poultry Research Challenges beyond 2010
 
 
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