WATT Global Media has launched its new Feed Mill of the Future website. FeedMilloftheFuture.com features articles, video, expert insights and leading-edge information exploring emerging feed manufacturing technologies and trends, spanning equipment innovations, automation, animal feed formulation and nutrition, and sustainability in feed production.
The Feed Mill of the Future website and enewsletter are produced by the editors of Feed Strategy and Feed & Grain magazines, as well as the live event, organized in partnership with the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) at the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE).
“The monthly Feed Mill of the Future newsletter, the Feed Mill of the Future Conference at IPPE 2024 and the new website position the brand to be the pre-eminent resource for new feed production technologies and information,” said Jackie Roembke, editor in chief, WATT Feed Brands & Feed Strategy Magazine.
The site consists of a password-less login system. As soon as registered users log in, visitors are asked to verify their identity by providing their email address and clicking on a verification link that will be emailed to them. This streamlined process not only enhances security but also provides a more user-friendly experience. Once logged in, users will have unlimited access to articles, videos, blogs and more.
The new site is structured to serve relevant related content to the user based on their job title and interests, for an optimal user experience and ease of navigation. In addition to the exclusive articles and digital products, the site also hosts video archives from the sold-out 2023 Feed Mill of the Future Conference.
Registration for the 2024 Feed Mill of the Future Conference, organized in partnership with AFIA at IPPE 2024, opens in October. The half-day event, held on January 30, 2024, brings together leading feed industry experts to examine emerging feed mill technologies and processes that will impact animal feed manufacturing in the years ahead.
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