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Date: 30 March 2017
Start: 4:00 PM CET
Duration: 1 Hours
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Date: 17 November 2016
Start: 3:30 PM CET
Duration: 90 Minutes
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Maintaining gut health in poultry

A healthy gut means that the animal can process the diet more efficiently, has a better immune system and is less susceptible to pathogenic bacteria and viruses. However, there is a fine balance in feeding for optimal performance and overfeeding, hence disrupting the balance. Certain feed components and feed additives can positively influence the microflora ...

Date: 17 November 2016
Start: 12:45 PM CET
Duration: 90 Minutes
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Webinar: Milking cows in a healthy and sustainable way

Getting cows off to a good start is pivotal to ensure optimal lactation periods of the animal. The focus on calf nutrition programmes is key in achieving this goal. But also mastitis control, tailor made diets, feed additives, good cow comfort and extra focus during the dry period can help in getting more milk out ...

Date: 17 November 2016
Start: 10:00 AM CET
Duration: 90 Minutes
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Gut health in young broilers, a prerequisite for future performance

Optimal intestinal health and functionality is a prerequisite for sustainable animal production. Infections of the gastrointestinal tract is a major source of loss of efficiency, downtime and additional costs for veterinary treatment. Supporting gut development from the earliest stage, at a young age, works on two fronts. On the one hand it is important in ...

Date: 16 November 2016
Start: 3:30 PM CET
Duration: 90 Minutes
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Healthy Guts, Healthy Piglets

Once more, Pig Progress can add another webinar to its schedule: on November 16, 2016, a range of expert speakers will dive deeper into the theme of ‘Healthy guts, healthy piglets’.   The webinar will be recorded live from the animal husbandry show EuroTier 2016, in Hanover, Germany. That is going to be the place ...

Date: 16 November 2016
Start: 12:45 PM CET
Duration: 90 Minutes
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Intestinal Problems for Piglets

Pig Progress is proud to announce another webinar to its schedule: on November 16, 2016, a range of speakers will dive deeper into the theme of ‘Intestinal problems for piglets’.   The webinar will be recorded live from the animal husbandry show EuroTier 2016, in Hanover, Germany. That is going to be the place where ...

Date: 16 November 2016
Start: 10:00 AM CET
Duration: 90 Minutes
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Alltech Webinar: Antibiotic Reduction

Pig Progress is proud to announce a webinar dedicated to the theme of antibiotic reduction in cooperation with partner, animal nutrition and health company, Alltech.   The webinar will be broadcast live from Amsterdam on Thursday, October 13, 2016. 

Historically, low levels of antibiotics had been included in pig diets to promote digestive health and growth. ...

Date: 13 October 2016
Start: 1:15 PM CET
Duration: 45 Minutes
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Robust Piglets

Pig Progress Webinar: Robust Piglets

Following the success of the Piglets Special Edition, Pig Progress is excited to announce a webinar devoted to the theme of ‘Robust Piglets’, to be broadcast on Thursday, October 6, 2016. During the webinar, which will last for roughly 45 minutes, 2 speakers shall be addressing the theme of how to ...

Date: 6 October 2016
Start: 4:00 PM CET
Duration: 1 Hours
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Health & Disease

Health & Disease Webinar: Healthier poultry through water, feed, disease prevention and management.

One of the most important production parameters in poultry production is the hardest to measure. A healthy and disease free bird is the key to making a profit. Keeping the birds healthy and treating them effectively in the case of a disease outbreak ...

Date: 21 September 2016
Start: 3:00 PM CET
Duration: 1 Hours
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