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Get ready to join researchers and feed industry specialists for an exceptional learning and networking opportunity at the Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada (ANCC), taking place May 9-11 in Montreal, Quebec.
With a conference theme of “Strengthening the Nutritional Foundation for Animal and Industry Resiliency,” the event showcases animal nutrition as a driving factor for continuous improvement and navigating turbulent times.
The lead up to ANCC 2023 is buzzing with energy and excitement, notes Bertrand Medina of Probiotech International, ANCC Organizing Committee Member. “ANCC has established a strong track record as the leading multi-species science-focused conference for anyone passionate about the advancement of our animal nutrition community and sharing knowledge with colleagues from across the country. We hope to see you there!”
With the event just a week away, those who have not done so already are encouraged to register as soon as possible on the ANCC website to secure their spot.
In addition to in-person attendance, the event also offers a virtual registration option. All presentations will be recorded for on-demand viewing by registrants. Full program details and registration information are all available at www.animalnutritionconference.ca. Follow at #ancc2023 #anacan. Register today.
Here's a sneak peek of the learning available at ANCC 2023:
High dietary levels of zinc oxide modulate the metabolism of trace minerals and may be detrimental to post-weaning piglet health.
Therapeutic use of dietary zinc oxide is common to prevent diarrhea in post-weaning piglets. While environmental and public health concerns are at the forefront of the conversation surrounding this practice, an important element in understanding potential replacement strategies has remained relatively quiet – its impact on trace mineral metabolism. Dr. Danyel Bueno Dalto brings this important issue into the spotlight with his upcoming presentation at the ANCC.
Join Dr. Bueno Dalto as he shares recent insights into how dietary Zn levels impact trace mineral metabolism and the potential implications for animal health.
Functional foods from animal agriculture in relation to nutrition and health
Livestock nutrition is a vital part of animal health, but importantly, how do animal-derived proteins benefit the end user – us?
Discover the emerging connection between functional foods from animal origin and human health in Dr. Alison Duncan’s presentation at the ANCC. In her talk, Dr. Duncan will introduce the concept of functional foods and bioactives, discuss animal agriculture’s unique role as a source of these bioactive products, and examine their relationship with human nutrition.