Register to gain an understanding of the latest findings regarding the use of tannin-free US sorghum in broiler diets and discover its impact on broiler growth, health, and overall performance.
Join us for a thoughtful discussion providing updates on the application of tannin-free US sorghum in poultry feeds. In this exclusive webinar, Dr. Ioannis Mavromichalis, Managing Director of Ariston Nutrition, will moderate a panel of experts who will share recent findings and insights gained from demonstration trials to shed light on the practical use of this versatile grain in poultry production. Featured panelists include Dr. Mireille Arguelles-Ramos, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Poultry Nutrition of Animal and Veterinary Sciences at Clemson University, and Dr. Ahmed Ali, DVM, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal Behavior and Welfare of Animal and Veterinary Science Department at Clemson University.
This webinar will broadcast at 9:00 AM CDT (Chicago) / 3:00 PM BST (London) / 10:00 PM CST (Beijing).
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
- Broiler Nutrition Insights: Gain an understanding of the latest findings regarding the use of tannin-free US sorghum in broiler diets. Discover its impact on broiler growth, health, and overall performance.
- Enhance Layer Nutrition: Delve into the world of layer nutrition and explore how US sorghum can influence egg production and quality in layer hens as well as potential benefits to egg producers.
- US Sorghum in EU Feeds: Explore the potential applications of tannin-free US sorghum in European Union poultry feeds. Learn about the challenges and considerations associated with adding this grain into different feed formulations.
This webinar is sponsored by United Sorghum Checkoff and presented by WATTPoultry, Feed & Grain, and Feed Strategy.
GUEST MODERATOR - Dr. Ioannis Mavromichalis, Principal of Ariston Nutrition Consulting International.
Dr. Ioannis Mavromichalis holds an MSc (Kansas State University, 1997) and Ph.D. (University of Illinois, 2000) degrees in animal nutrition. He worked as a commercial nutritionist in the USA and Europe for eight years before establishing Ariston Nutrition Consulting International in 2008, in which he currently serves as the Managing Director. Dr. Mavromichalis is a prolific writer, having produced all kinds of media content since 1990. Currently, he publishes articles and blogs in Feed Strategy and Feed & Grain magazines, in the USA. Dr. Mavromichalis has published three books on piglet nutrition – a favorite topic of his – and he is working now on his fourth book. Finally, Dr. Mavromichalis is very active on LinkedIn. He maintains an active network of almost 7,000 followers, publishing short posts on all matters pertaining to animal nutrition and health three times per week.
Dr. Mireille Arguelles-Ramos, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Poultry Nutrition of Animal and Veterinary Sciences at Clemson University
Dr. Arguelles-Ramos has a Ph.D. in Animal & Poultry Science and Physiology from North Carolina State University and a bachelor’s and master’s in Animal Industry at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus. She is a poultry nutritionist with 14 years of experience formulating commercial and research premixes and finished feeds. Dr. Arguelles-Ramos served as technical manager for animal nutrition companies, such as ADM and Novus International, Inc., for Puerto Rico and North America. Clemson University has been collaborating with the USCP by developing and testing well-known varieties and novel hybrids of sorghum to supply the national and global poultry industry.
Dr. Ahmed Ali, DVM, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal Behavior and Welfare of Animal and Veterinary Science Department at Clemson University
Dr. Ahmed Ali is a veterinarian and an accomplished Assistant Professor specializing in animal management and well-being at Clemson University. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and Master of Science (M.S.) degrees from Cairo University, Egypt, and subsequently achieved a Ph.D. in Animal Behavior and Well-being from Michigan State University. Dr. Ali's extensive body of work encompasses a wide range of applied research endeavors, focusing on the evaluation of housing systems, dietary regimens, and management practices to assess their impact on the performance, behavior, and overall well-being of various animals, including laying hens, dairy cows, and equids.