Wherever you will be on Thursday 24 June 2010, you can participate through the Internet in an important online event that will be highly relevant to all feed markets internationally.

The WATT Online Feed Forum on 24 June offers a valuable mix of educational seminars and information on products and services from major suppliers to the feed business, plus the opportunity for you to interact directly with other decision-makers from around the world.

Even better, registration to be a participant at this virtual forum is entirely free of charge.


The conference agenda for the Forum contains presentations from top experts in five key areas. Dr Leland McKinney of Kansas State University, USA, and Will Henry of Extru-Tech will discuss practical aspects of feed manufacturing and extrusion. Dr Jules Taylor-Pickard of Alltech and Dr Gerd Schatzmayr of Biomin lead the discussion of mycotoxin control in feed materials. Professor Phil Garnsworthy from the UK’s University of Nottingham describes new feeding techniques for high-yielding dairy cows. Dr Kristjan Bregendahl from Hy-Line International provides guidance on the feeding of the modern laying hen. Dr Albert Tacon from Aquatic Farms Ltd in Hawaii will review the supply of feed ingredients for sustainable aquaculture.

Seewww.wattevents.comfor full details about the WATT Online Feed Forum, including how to register. The forum on 24 June will run from 08:00 GMT until 23:00 GMT -- so you can take part at a time of day to suit you.