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Presentations from Feedtech-Croptech Asia 2011 available for download

Speakers look at agricultural co-products, other crop products and whether they can be used in place of conventional energy, protein sources in feed.

The Feedtech-Croptech Asia 2011 Conference, held March 9 by VNU in association with WATT, during VIV Asia in Bangkok, focused on future trends in animal feeds. Presentations by guest speakers Dr. Budi Tangendjaja, U.S. Grains Council, and Dr. Chinnadurai Sugumar, Kemin Industries, centered on whether agricultural co-products or other crop products might be used instead of conventional energy and protein sources in Asian feeds for poultry and pig, and are available for download.

www.WATTAgNet.com registrants can download these presentations by clicking the links below:

Innovation and technology to utilize agricultural co-products for animal feed 

Dr. Budi Tangendjaja, U.S. Grains Council

Opportunities for Ingredient Substitutions in Asian Feeds, New Trends in Formulation of Poultry Diets 

Dr. Chinnadurai Sugumar, Kemin Industries

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