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Afbeelding: Vets in Piglet Vitality

ForFarmers Vets in Piglet-Vitality congress: Today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities

Afbeelding: soldout

We are proud to invite you, as a pig veterinarian, to our Vets in Piglet-Vitality congress "Today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities". An event at which the connection between health and nutrition will be the central theme.

ForFarmers Vets in Piglet-Vitality will be at December 3rd & 4th December 2019.

Location: Düsseldorf, Germany (Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Karl-Arnold-Platz 5, 40474 Düsseldorf)

The ForFarmers Vets in Piglet-Vitality congress is qualified by the Dutch Permanent Education institute for 6 educational points.

Program and information

The ForFarmers Vets in Piglet-Vitality - is a 2 day event which will include the following topics and speakers:

  • Editing disease resistance into pig
    Dr. Chris Proudfoot - Roslin Institute
  • Innovations in understanding Streptococcus suis
    Dr. Astrid de Greeff - Senior scientist, Wageningen University and Research
  • Piglet vitality in a Zinc free, low medication world - a Danish perspective
    Dr. Lis Shooter - Seges
  • The role of fermented feed in enhancing intestinal health
    Ronald Scholten - Dr Ferm
  • Nutrition & health working side by side to deliver better piglet vitality - A case study
    Dr. Pieter van Rengen - Vetpractice Lintjeshof
  • Nutritional innovations supporting piglet vitality
    Ad van Wesel - Nutrition Innovation Director, ForFarmers
  • Local market views - a veterinary perspective from United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany
  • Breakout sessions to discuss and exchange knowledge on practical challenges relating to piglet health and vitality

Unique opportunity to network with practicing vet colleagues across North West Europe.