Phytobiotics hosts annual IQ Inside Seminar in Kufstein, Austria
Phytobiotics hosted its annual IQ Inside Seminar on September 23-27 in Kufstein, Austria.
The event welcomed 120 guests from four continents and involved discussions about the novel ways to promote a healthy intestine.
Among the speakers were Dr. W. Rabsch from the Robert-Koch-Institut Wernigerode, who spoke about Salmonella and current insights into a perennial problem. Prof. A. Abudabos from the King Saud University in Saudi-Arabia gave an insight about the prevention of Salmonella and Clostridium perfringens in poultry production. In addition, PhD candidate G.D. Xue from the University of New England in Australia spoke about modern solutions for controlling Necrotic Enteritis. Prof. K. Männer from the Freie Universität Berlin gave an overview about dietary strategies that reduce intestinal damage in post-weaning pigs. Prof. K. Eder from the Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen highlighted peripartum stress in dairy cows. In closing, Phytobiotics specialists from around the world summarised the newest insights concerning the profitable production of ruminants, pigs and poultry.