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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

24/02/2016: Aquafeed Platform Eastern Europe, CIS, Middle East, Africa and India 16th Practical Short Course & Exhibition

http://www.smartshortcourses.com/aquafeed16/program.html
Dubai mosque (Image: Florian Martys)
Trends and Markets in Aquaculture Feed Ingredients, Nutrition, Formulation and Optimised Feed Production and Quality Management

April 10 & 11, 2016, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


PROGRAM

 
DAY 1: Sunday, April 10, 2016
8:55 Opening remarks


MARKET TRENDS
9:00 Current and future market trends in aquaculture feed, Dr Ignace Debruyne, ID&A, Belgium

PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN FEED FORMULATION
9:30 Reducing feed cost in aquaculture through digestive and metabolic enhancement, Dr Süreyya Özkizilcik, Nutra Yem, Turkey

10:00 Nutritional requirements of fish, Dr Süreyya Özkizilcik, Nutra Yem, Turkey

10:30 Coffee/Tea Break

11:00 Aquafeed / shrimp feed formulation and nutrition, Mr Eric De Muylder, CreveTec, Belgium
11:30 Micro-feed production technologies, Dr Süreyya Özkizilcik, Nutra Yem, Turkey
12:00 Protein sources for aquafeeds, Mr Eric De Muylder, Crevetec, Belgium


12:30 Lunch break and networking


13:45 Improve your ingredient efficiency using multiblend formulation, Mr Arpad Zsok, Adifo, Hungary

FEED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

14:30 Feed mill design - ASP products, investments, operating costs, yields, and quality, Mr Sadru Dada, International Agribusiness Technical Consultant, UAE


15:00 Coffee/tea break


15:30 From least cost formulation to least cost production, Ir Nina Coolsaet, Fish Nutrition Consulting, Spain
16:00 Options for on-farm and tailor-made production of aquafeeds, Mr Eric De Muylder, Crevetec, Belgium

QUALITY ASSURANCE
16:30 Aquafeed quality: Lipid oxidation and stabilisation strategies, Dr Ignace Debruyne, ID&A, Belgium
17:00 Functional feed additives to prevent shrimp diseases including white spot syndrome, TBN, Belgium


17:30 End of Day 1


DAY 2: Monday, April 11, 2016

INGREDIENTS AND PROCESSING

9:00 Grinding for feed prior to extrusion - Feed pelletisation, Mr Josef Barbi, ESE Intec, USA
9:30 Utilisation animal by-products in aqua feed, Ir Louis van Deun, Darling International, The Netherlands
10:00 Use of soy protein concentrate in aquafeed formulas, Mr Richard Ozer, CPM Crown Iron Works, USA


10:30 Coffee/tea break


11:00 Aquafeed production: Critical issues in supply chain - How to source raw materials to produce high quality final products, Mr Sebastian Arce, Al Ghurair Resources LLC, UAE

EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGY

11:30 Fundamentals of extrusion technology, Mr Alain Brisset, Clextral, France
 

12:00 Lunch break and networking

13:00 Effect of extrusion technology on physical and nutritional quality of extruded fish feed, Dr Christoph Schill, Buhler Nutrition, Switzerland
13:45 Applications of twin screw extruders: Intelligence of the line, very high capacity extrusion, and extrusion of the future, Mr Camille Challard & Mr Alain Brisset, Clextral, France
14:15 High fat extrusion for food and feed applications, Mr Kristian Jensen, Andritz Feed & Biofuel, Denmark

POST EXTRUSION PROCESSES
14:45 Pellet and extrudate coating for food and feed applications, Mr Thomas Ellegaard Mohr, Andritz Feed & Biofuel, Denmark


15:15 Coffee/tea break


15:45 Sustainable drying for aquafeed, Mr Scott Vallette, Buhler Aeroglide, UK
16:15 Pre-processing preparation - Dosification - Mixing Of macro - Minor and micro ingredients and liquids for specialty feeds, Mr Josef Barbi, ESE Intec, USA
16:45 Post processing - Handling and storage of quality extruded and pelleted feeds, Mr Josef Barbi, ESE Intec, USA


17:15 End of program


Registration Fees (includes short course manuals, lunch and coffee breaks):

Regular Rate

  • Before March 12: €695
  • After March 12: €845
Academic Rate
  • Before March 12: €495
  • After March 12: €495
Queries to: 
 
Dr Sefa Koseoglu
sefa.koseoglu@gmail.com 
Tel: 979-216-1210  

Dr Ignace Debruyne
ignace.debruyne@gmail.com 
Tel: +32 51 311 274

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