PIG & POULTRY
FOCUS ASIA 2020

PARTNER EVENT
Dates:
23 – 24th March 2020
Venue: Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel

A leading conference on the technical aspects of the management of pigs and poultry in Asia. Once again this conference has attracted high quality speakers from around the world with most of the speakers from industry holding very senior positions in the technical support and R&D divisions in their companies at global or regional level.

In addition, this year’s Pig & Poultry Focus Asia will include two mini symposia at which delegates will join colleagues from Pig Focus Asia for a combined session. The content of the programme of presentations is, once again, very practical and relevant to poultry producers. With papers addressing topical subjects including managing the microbiome, controlling Campylobacter and/or Clostridium perfringens, fiber nutrition in layers, crude protein interactions as wells papers that look at optimising egg production and broiler performance.

 

CO-HOSTED BY

Day 1 Monday 23rd March 2020

9:45 – Open and welcome
10:00 – Polyherbal phytogenic approach for profitable farm production
Praful Kumar, Ayurvet, India
10:30 – Maintaining good welfare standards improves profitability
Victor Yamo, World Animal Protection, Kenya
11:00 – Optimal usage of zinc and copper in monogastric diets
Arturo Pinon, Animine, France
11:30 – African swine fever – how can we stop it spreading?
Alex Eggen, AEVC BV, The Netherlands

12:00 Lunch

13:00 – Sustainable nutritional solutions for antibiotic free production
Kiran Doranalli, Evonik Nutrition and Care GmbH, Germany
13:30 – Mapping the Value of Soybean Meals by NIRs Technology
Lihong Zhang, Adisseo Asia Pacific, Singapore
14:00 – Management and lighting programs to achieve egg weight
Seiche Genger, Hy-Line International, USA
14:30 – Effects of hop extracts against Campylobacter and Clostridium perfringens
Francesca Blasco, Dr. Eckel Animal Nutrition GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

15:00 Break

MINI SYMPOSIUM
Water – how do we know it is good enough?

Water sampling methods/protocols and results interpretation
Saharuetai Jeamsripong, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Water microbiology testing for livestock industry
Ng Wei Lun, IDEXX, Singapore
Biosecurity protocols for water lines and water in livestock
Ricardo Munoz Saba, Neogen Corporation, USA

Q & A Session

17.00 – Discussion & Close

Day 2 Tuesday 24th March 2020

8:15 – Open and welcome
8.30 – Impact of SCFAs on poultry gut health
Bing Guo, Perstorp Chemicals, Asia Pte Ltd, Singapore
9:00 – Naturally invented pathobiome control
Zsófi Bata, Dr. Bata Ltd, Hungary
9:30 – Unlocking the hidden potential of gastrointestinal functionality
Sanitago Ramirez, DSM Nutritional Products, Australia
10:00- Microbiota – the key to optimizing immunity
Seung-Hwan Jeong, BIOMIN, Korea

10:30 Break

MINI SYMPOSIUM
Notifiable Diseases – the true costs

The economic consequences of notifiable animal diseases
Gordon Butland, G&S AgriConsultants Co. Ltd., Thailand
The avian dimension
Keat Fu, Aviagen, Thailand

Q & A Session 

12:30 Lunch

13:30 – Insoluble fibre optimised egg production
Chan Mong Hoong, JRS Germany, Malaysia
14:00 – The impact of feed stucture on layer type birds
Ron Eek, Lohmann Tierzucht, Germany
14:30 – Betaine and crude protein interaction in poultry feed
Ana Gavrau, AGRANA, Austria

15:00 Break

15:30 – The role of tannins in poultry nutrition
Nicola Panciroli, Silvateam, Italy
16:00 – Phytogenics for improved efficiency and animal health
Kathrin Bühler, Herbonis Animal Health GmbH, Switzerland
16:30 – Gut health – the basics of good health management
Joséphine Verhaeghe, CID-Lines, Belgium
17.00 – Discussion & Close

Day 1 Monday 23rd March 2020

9:45 – Open and welcome
10:00 – Polyherbal phytogenic approach for profitable farm production
Praful Kumar, Ayurvet, India
10:30 – Maintaining good welfare standards improves profitability
Victor Yamo, World Animal Protection, Kenya
11:00 – Optimal usage of zinc and copper in monogastric diets
Arturo Pinon, Animine, France
11:30 – African swine fever – how can we stop it spreading?
Alex Eggen, AEVC BV, The Netherlands

12:00 Lunch

13:00 – Nutritional challenge of new generations of hyper prolific sows and their large litters
Preden de Cacqueray, Raizup Nutrition Care, France
13:30 – The role of feed additives in reducing antibiotic resistance in pigs

Neil Gannon, BIOMIN, Australia
14:00 – Fibre is essential for piglet gut health
Rüdiger Kratz, Agromed Austria GmbH, Germany
14:30 – Positive effects of an isotonic protein drink on gut health and performance of pigs
Mathieu Cortyl, Tonisity International, Ireland

15:00 Break

MINI SYMPOSIUM
Water – how do we know it is good enough?

Water sampling methods/protocols and results interpretation
Saharuetai Jeamsripong, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Water microbiology testing for livestock industry
Ng Wei Lun, IDEXX, Singapore
Biosecurity protocols for water lines and water in livestock
Ricardo Munoz Saba, Neogen Corporation, USA

Q & A Session

17.00 – Discussion & Close

Day 2 Tuesday 24th March 2020

8:15 – Open and welcome
8.30 – Building a productive, efficient, and resilient herd

Jeru Abelilla, DSM Nutritional Products, Singapore
9:00 – Benefits of stimulating sow feed intake during lactation
Angela Riemensperger, Adisseo, Ireland
9:30 – Title to be confirmed

Yoann Perrault, Phileo-Lesaffre, Vietnam
10:00 – Optimizing gut performance for maximizing swine production
José A. Oroz, Novation, Spain

10:30 Break

MINI SYMPOSIUM
Notifiable Diseases – the true costs

The economic consequences of notifiable animal diseases
Gordon Butland, G&S AgriConsultants Co. Ltd., Thailand
The avian dimension
Keat Fu, Aviagen, Thailand

Q & A Session 

12:30 Lunch

13:30 – Biting and fighting—improving animal well-being by a combination of organic minerals and plant extracts
Andreas Lewke, Dr. Eckel Animal Nutrition (Thailand) Co Ltd, Thailand
14:00 – Pathobiome composition of fattening pigs
Viviána Molnár-Nagy, Dr. Bata Ltd, Hungary
14:30 – The microbiome as part of your biosecuity programme
Josephine Verhaeghe, CID Lines, Belgium

15:00 Break

15:15 – Prevention, the solution against oedema disease
Emili Raimon Barba Vidal, HIPRA, Spain
15:45 – Innovatively treated copper and zinc reducing diarrhoea in post weaning piglets
Torben Liermann, Provita Supplements GmbH, Germany
16:15 – Effect of L-selenomethionine in pigs
Brecht Bruneel, Orffa Additives BV, Belgium
16:45 – Multi-protease: more effective in amino acid digestibility in weaned piglets
Alex Wu, Kemin Industries (Asia), Singapore

17.15 – Discussion & Close