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November 9, 2017

 

Novus co-organises European Swine Nutrition Roundtable

 

 

 

Modern sows are now more productive than ever before due to tremendous advancements in the industry, but this new generation of sows brings a new set of challenges that require innovative nutrition and health management solutions.  

 

Novus International, Inc., in partnership with Newcastle University, created the European Swine Nutrition Roundtable with the goal of bringing some of the industry's leading experts in sow and piglet health together to share knowledge and reveal opportunities for future development.

 

"The swine genetics and management practices in Europe have changed drastically over the last decade," said Silvia Peris, head of technical services in Europe and the Middle East for Novus. "However, this development has not been followed at the same speed by updates on nutritional requirements and feeding practices. With this event, Novus has brought awareness on this topic, while doing our best helping to update our nutritional approaches to match producer challenges."

 

The event included 16 participants from across Europe, representing each of their unique markets as they spent two days discussing the obstacles between today's producer and the next level of performance and profitability. The roundtable is one of many being held globally to help Novus better understand the challenges and needs faced by swine producers while also providing a platform for collaboration across the industry.

 

"At our base, we provide solutions to problems," said Roberto Barea, technical services manager in Europe. "These collaborations are key to revealing the areas of highest priority to the swine industry and ways that Novus can help with nutritional solutions to either alleviate or eradicate barriers to swine reaching their full potential."

 

Key topics discussed at the event included optimising gene expression through epigenetic strategies, overcoming oxidative stress and possible management interventions for low birthweight piglets. Top nutritionists, researchers and thought leaders presented their area of expertise and learned from one another.

 

Going forward, Novus's research and technical teams aim to take the insights from the event to further develop effective approaches to boost animal performance and producer profitability through its feed quality products. 

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