The 8th annual Midwest Swine Nutrition Conference will address nutritional issues facing pork producers. The program is Sept. 4 at the Indiana Farm Bureau Building in Indianapolis, IN.
Topics of discussion include:
-- Nutritional issues facing the swine industry with Steve Pollmann, Murphy Brown, LLC, Ames, IA;
-- Phased withdrawal and other issues with distiller’s dried grains with solubles for swine with Gretchen Hill of Michigan State University;
-- Tools to cope with current economics with Richard Coffey of the University of Kentucky;
-- Natural Resources Conservation Service nutrition and management standards that could affect how pigs are fed with Alan Sutton, Purdue University;
-- Integrating advances in maternal nutrition into a practical system of parity segregation with R. Dean Boyd, technical director and nutritionist for The Hanor Company, Inc.;
-- Effects of genetics and gender on mineral nutrition with Don Mahan of The Ohio State University;
-- Efficiency of utilization and energy from protein and fiber, University of Guelph, Ontario; and
-- The use of novel soybean products for swine with Hans Stein of the University of Illinois.
To register, visit www.swinenutritionconference.com.