Monday - June 10, 2019

08:00-19:00
Registration and satellite sessions

19:00-20:00
Opening Ceremony

20:00
Get Together Party

Tuesday - June 11, 2019

08:00-18:00
Registration

09:00-10:30
Plenary session 1 - Future protein sources - focus on the European market
Chairs:  Markus Rodehutscord, Vasil Pirgozliev

1. European soya – possibilities and limitations - Volker Hahn, University of Hohenheim/Research group Legumes and Sunflowers
2. Low-glucosinolate rapeseed meal as a valuable source of protein for poultry - Anna Rogiewicz, University of Manitoba
3. The role of bioethanol production in producing environmentally sustainable feed materials for the poultry sector - Emily Burton, Nottingham Trent University

10:30-11:15
Discussion Group/Coffee break

11:15-12:05
Oral presentations
Chair: Pim Langhout

11:15 Understanding the impact of soybean meal trypsin inhibitor on protein digestion in broiler chickens: Peptide characterization of jejunal digesta - Laerke Haahr, Novozymes
11:25 Effect of total substitution of soybean meal in a low-protein diet fed to finishing broilers - Bertrand Méda, INRA
11:35 Processed animal proteins can replace soybean meal in broiler diets - Marinus Van Krimpen, Wageningen
11:45 Comparison of the effects of 3 faba bean varieties with different tannin, vicine and convicine contents on laying hens’ performance, egg and feces quality - Marion Bournazel, MIXSCIENCE
11:55 Black Soldier Fly Larvae in broiler diets did not affect performance but decreased cellular immune parameters - Jessica de Souza Vilela, University of New England

12:05-12:30
Plenary Discussion
Chairs: Markus Rodehutscord, Vasil Pirgozliev

12:30-13:30
Lunch

13:30-14:00
Poster session/Coffee break

14:00-15:30
Plenary session 2 - Nutrition of layers
Chairs: Sanna Steenfeldt, Robert Swick

1. Focus on extended laying cycles - Cormac O’Shea, Nottingham Trent University
2. Feather pecking – nutritional approaches to reduce/avoid - Annemarie Mens, Wageningen University
3. Feeding hens in a loose husbandry system – challenges and consequences on performance and welfare - Isabelle Ruhnke, University of New England

15:30-16:15
Discussion Group/Coffee break

16:15-17:05
Oral presentations
Chair: Emily Burton

16:15 Effects of pre-lay dietary calcium and pullet strain on calcium utilization and femur quality of hens at 1st through to 50th egg - Tanka Khanal, University of Guelph
16:25 The effect of limestone particle size, phytase inclusion, and time post oviposition on ionized blood calcium levels in commercial laying hens - Micaela Sinclair-Black, University of Pretoria
16:35  Unsupervised exploratory cluster analysis of free range laying hens to determine the use of aviary feed chains and range access - Terence Zimazile Sibanda, University of New England
16:45 Feeding insects to laying hens during peak of lay: effects on production performance, behaviour and welfare - Jasper Heerkens, Aeres University of Applied Sciences
16:55 Energy efficiency of commercial free-range laying hens of different body weight and ranging activity - Manisha Kolakshyapati, University of New England

17:05-17:30
Plenary Discussion
Chairs: Sanna Steenfeldt, Robert Swick

17:30-18:00
Poster session

Wednesday - June 12, 2019

08:00-12:00
Registration

09:00-10:30
Plenary session 3 - Gut health – take on new approaches
Chairs: René Kwakkel, Damian Józefiak

1. The rise of the holobiontic approach of organisms - Marc-André Selosse, French Natural History Museum
2. Improving gut health by modulating the digestive microbiota? New insights from metagenomics studies - Fanny Calenge, INRA
3. Interaction between nutrition, immunity, the gut microbiome, and poultry health - Mike Kogut, USDA

10:30-11:15
Discussion Group/Coffee break

11:15-12:05
Oral presentations
Chairs: Ricarda M. Engberg

11:15 Effects of dietary sulfur amino acid levels on growth performance and intestinal antibody production in broilers challenged with Eimeria spp. - Rose A. K. Whelan, Evonik
11:25 Intestinal proteome changes related to inflammation, endocrine, and metabolism pathways impacted by in ovo administered bacteria in day of hatch chicks - Lisa Bielke, Ohio State University
11:35 Caecal microbiota changes in an intestinal leakage model in broilers - Fien De Meyer, Ghent University
11:45 A moist feeding strategy for broiler chickens: effects on performance and intestinal health - Emily Frehen-van Calmthout, Wageningen University
11:55  Pioneer colonizing LAB as a driver of gut low-diversity: How does it shape host fitness? - Denise Russi Rodrigues, Ohio State University

12:05-12:30
Plenary Discussion
Chairs: René Kwakkel, Damian Józefiak

12:30-13:30
Lunch

13:30-14:00
Poster session/Coffee break

14:00-15:30
Plenary session 4 - Sustainability
Chairs: Joaquim Brufau, Agnès Narcy

1. Sustainability goals and approaches of the feed industry - Yves Tohermes, DVT
2. Improving environmental sustainability of poultry production using innovative feeding strategies - Bertrand Méda, INRA
3. P efficiency and phytate destruction: problems solved? - Markus Rodehutscord, University of Hohenheim

15:30-16:15
Discussion Group/Coffee break

16:15-17:05
Oral presentations
Chair: Mike Bedford

16:15 Low protein supplementary feed – a tool to control the growth of slow growing broilers - Jette Søholm Petersen, SEGES, Organic Innovation
16:25 Performance, carcass and meat quality of slow-growing broilers fed different energy and crude protein levels - Evelyne Delezie, ILVO, Animal Sciences Unit
16:35 Novel feedstuffs for poultry: the in vivo nutrient digestibility of silage and silage residue of the seaweed Saccharina latissima in broilers - Lotte Stokvis, Wageningen University
16:45 Effect of limestone source and particle size on calcium digestibility and on phosphorus digestibility - Roselina Angel, University of Maryland
16:55 Modelling dietary phosphorus utilisation by broilers - Marie-Pierre Létourneau-Montminy, Université Laval

17:05-17:30
Plenary Discussion
Chairs: Joaquim Brufau, Agnès Narcy

17:30-18:00
Poster session

20:00
Gala Dinner

Thursday - June 13, 2019

09:00-10:30
Plenary session 5 - Other species
Chairs: Zehava Uni, Birger Svihus

1. Amino acid requirement of ducks - Shuisheng Hou, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
2. Recent Developments in Practical Aspects of Duck Feeding - Patrick Garland, Premier Nutrition
3. Premises and possibilities of reducing the use of minerals in turkey nutrition Krzysztof Kozłowski, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn

10:30-11:15
Discussion Group/Coffee break

11:15-12:05
Oral presentations
Chair: Yael Noy

11:15 Efficacy and tolerance of supplemented Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) in diets for male turkey chickens - Ulrike Braun, AlzChem Trostberg
11:25 The Effect of Different Dietary Ratios of Arginine, Methionine and Lysine on the Immune and Antioxidant Status of Turkeys - Paweł Konieczka, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
11:35  Maternal diet deficient in riboflavin induces embryonic death associated with alterations in the hepatic proteome of duck embryos - Jing Tang, Chinese Academy of Agricultural
11:45 Replacement of soybean oil by Hermetia illucens fat in young turkey nutrition - Bartosz Kierończyk, Poznań University of Life Sciences
11:55 Digestibility of Muscovy duck fed with black soldier fly partially defatted meal - Marta Gariglio, University of Turin

12:05-12:30
Plenary Discussion
Chairs: Zehava Uni, Birger Svihus

12:30-13:30
Lunch

13:30-14:00
Poster session/Coffee break

14:00-16:00
Hot Topics:
Chair: Pierre-Andre Geraert

1. Updates in Broiler Breeder Trace Mineral Nutrition - Leonardo Linares, Zinpro Corporation
2. From yolk to intestine: Nutrient  transfer for better-quality chicks - Zehava Uni, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
3. Effects of corn kernel hardness, grain drying temperature, and amylase in diets for broiler chickens - Edgar O. Oviedo-Rondon, NC State University
4. Update: The WPSA phosphorus digestibility protocol - P subgroup of Working Group Poultry Nutrition

16:00
Closing Ceremony


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