ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will disrupt the swine industry norm, provide innovative solutions for producers

With topics covering nutrient delivery systems and remodeling pig barns to quantity versus quality efficiencies and global pork consumption, ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will give pork producers real-life solutions.
With topics covering nutrient delivery systems and remodeling pig barns to quantity versus quality efficiencies and global pork consumption, ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will give pork producers real-life solutions.

The three-day conference will bring together industry experts from across the globe to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within agriculture.

Friday 24 March 2017 (1 years 3 months 26 days ago)

Alltech 1ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE17), held May 21–24 in Lexington, Kentucky, is certain to inspire and motivate producers and agribusiness leaders, but more importantly, it will prepare them for the future. The three-day conference will bring together industry experts from across the globe to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within agriculture.

To provide an opportunity for every corner of production agriculture to engage in disruption, ONE17 will include various tracks, including a focus session specifically dedicated to swine production. From topics covering nutrient delivery systems and remodeling pig barns to quantity versus quality efficiencies and global pork consumption, ONE17 will give pork producers real-life solutions.

“We believe it’s important for everyone involved in agriculture to be inspired to harness disruption,” said Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech. “However, we also want to provide producers with practical and profitable solutions for their day-to-day business. The swine focus session will drive pork producers to think differently about how they operate.”

 

ONE17 swine focus session

  • More Pigs, More Problems: Are more piglets sustainable? Where is the balance between quantity and quality?

  • Antibiotic Regulations: What have we learned? The U.S. Veterinary Feed Directive has disrupted the pork industry this year. Can nutrition be the new front line of defense?

  • Time to Remodel? What innovations can take your operation to the next level?

  • Hydro Oasis: Could smart water and nutrient delivery systems simplify your operation or create complications?

  • The Ultimate Pig Starter: How can simple new methods disrupt long-standing conventions and help us achieve better results?

  • Why Not Disrupt? Could the United States meet China’s growing appetite for safe, traceable pork?

  • Disruption in Washington: What can we expect from the new leadership landscape? How could the food chain and global trade be disrupted?

  • The Biologist’s Toolbox: Precise gene editing technologies are the newest tool in the biologist’s toolbox, but are we pushing ethical limits?

 

For more information on the ONE17 swine focus session, visit: one.alltech.com/pig.

Register before April 1 to save $300 on your passport to innovative ideas at ONE17.

Join the conversation on Twitter with #ONE17.

March 23, 2017 - Alltech

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