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Science into Practice – Annual Conference 2014

29 - 30 April, 2014
University of Nottingham,
Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road, Nottingham

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Putting the latest technologies and techniques in animal science under the microscope, the BSAS Annual Conference 2014 is set to examine the developments which are helping tackle the biggest challenges in the sector.

Covering a full range of animal and veterinary science issues, this event will give researchers, teachers, students, vets and policy-makers a chance to hear how technology is shaping the livestock industry, and where further research needs to be made.

Speakers include:

● Jon Parr and Leo den Hartog on planning for the challenges of 2020
● Mark Rutter, Daniel Berckmans and Christine Umstatter on livestock precision agriculture
● Peter Williams, Simon Davies and Adrian Charlton on novel feed ingredients
● David Kenny on the role of improved feed efficiency in forage-based beef production
● Erin Connor and Helene Gilbert on the role of improved feed efficiency in dairy and monogastric production
● David Speller and Amy Jackson on large-scale livestock production and embracing technology
● Sue Dyson and Bruce McGorum on equine exercise and performance and equine grass

Open to newcomers and those already established in animal science, the two-day conference offers the chance to network in a friendly environment.

This conference qualifies for continuing professional development points. For details on BSAS’ scheme please visit details on accreditation.

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