Unlocking the energy potential of fibrePublished Tuesday, 22nd January 2019
Our post-conference symposium at Cornell Nutrition Conference focused on opportunities to unlock the energy potential from fibre.
More than 140 people gathered to hear industry experts discuss the challenges presented by fibre, and the latest nutritional strategies designed to improve feed efficiency, performance – and profits. See below for exclusive presentations and interviews from the event.
Innovations to create new nutritional value from fibre
Dr. Tim McAllister, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada discusses innovations to create new nutritional value from fibre
The importance of fibre as a source of energy during the transition period
Prof. Tom Overton, Cornell University discusses the importance of fibre as a source of energy during the transition period
The impact of improved fibre utilisation on performance
Dr. Mary Beth de Ondarza, Paradox Nutrition LLC discusses the impact of improved fibre utilisation on performance
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