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DuPont webinar: Calcium, the double edged sword

 

In poultry and pig diet formulation, calcium (Ca) is a necessary ingredient. In recent years, it has become clear that too much Ca or the wrong particle size can be detrimental for digestion. Therefore, Ca is a double edged sword

In short – We need to go back to the fundamentals of Calcium: how it responds to the conditions in the gut and how it interacts with other essential nutrients. Things are even more inextricably connected than previously thought; making the right choices for correct diet formulation and optimal performance of the animals depends on more factors than is often assumed.

Now which factors should we consider exactly? To enlighten and update our viewers on this matter, All About Feed in cooperation with DuPont will host a webinar on calcium with practical recommendations to be incorporated in feed formulation. The webinar, featuring 2 expert speakers, will be broadcasted live from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on December 6, 10am Central European Time (CET).

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Check out the experts who will be presenting below the webinar

 

 

Experts:

Vincent ter Beek

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Vincent ter Beek, host and editor

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 Rachel Hardy1

Calcium: the unexpected anti-nutrient
By Rachael Hardy, Global Technical Manager, DuPont Animal Nutrition

Learn how Ca interacts with other nutrients within the gut and the importance of understanding different Ca sources currently used in feed diets. An overview of current market situation related to limestone, the most used source of Ca.

Biography Rachael Hardy:
After completing her Animal Science BSc at the University of Nottingham, UK, Rachael Hardy joined DuPont as part of the global innovation team conducting university scale animal trials. For the past 5 years she has worked within the global technical marketing team with a focus on phytase application and combination product selection in swine.

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Arno de Kreij

Neutralising anti-nutrient effects of Ca through phytase application
By Dr. Arno de Kreij, PhD, Global Segment Manager DuPont Animal Nutrition

Understanding the phytase and the Ca-phytate interaction: how it impacts phytase efficacy and the method of phytase application. Applying this knowledge to optimise the feeding practice and nutrient availability.

Biography: Dr. Arno de Kreij
Dr Arno de Kreij is global segment manager at DuPont Animal Nutrition, a division of DuPont Industrial Biosciences. He joined DuPont in 2014 and is based in DuPont’s Singapore office. He is responsible for portfolio management, including new product development and global marketing. He holds a PhD in molecular biology from Groningen University, the Netherlands, and an MBA from INSEAD, France. Prior to joining DuPont, Dr De Kreij was employed by various companies, most recently by Merck Serono.

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