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Feed Strategy Conference

"Feeding poultry to meet evolving consumer demands"
The Feed Strategy Conference aims to assist in providing animal feed stakeholders the tools they need to maintain productivity and profitability in a changing production landscape. The half-day event will examine macro trends influencing production over the next 12 months and beyond. If you’re working in poultry or feed production, you will not want to miss this forum for knowledge exchange.


  • Co-located with IPPE 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA at the Georgia World Congress Center
  • Panel discussion by four feed industry stakeholders on trends and issues critical to feed production
  • Content examines the way consumer trends shape poultry and feed production


8:00 AM - 12:00 PM General Hours

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Paid Ticket Starts from 195 USD View Details



10 - 50 Exhibitors Estimated Count

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Agriculture & Forestry
Food & Beverages


29 Jan 2020 Interested
13 Feb 2019 1st Edition

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Technical Director at Ministry livestock forest & range

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Schedule & Agenda

Wed, 29 Jan07:30 AM - 08:00 AMRegistration Registration
#Room B206
Wed, 29 Jan08:00 AM - 08:45 AM2020 poultry and feed production outlook Session
#Room B206

CoBank’s Will Sawyer will delve into the global issues impacting supply and demand for poultry meat and other commodities in 2020. His talk will provide both a short- and long-term view of the animal protein sector and examine the factors influencing grain costs and feed production to help industry stakeholders plan for the year ahead.

Wed, 29 Jan08:45 AM - 09:15 AMTraditional animal protein vs. plant-based alternative Session
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The rise of plant-based animal protein alternatives has captured headlines over the five years, but how much market share can traditional meat production lose to these alternatives? Rabobank’s Christine McCracken will explore the growth of this sector, its appeal to consumers, and provide insight into what poultry and meat producers can expect in the future.

Wed, 29 Jan09:15 AM - 10:00 AMWhat’s in the cart? A look at consumer poultry purchasing trends Session
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Drawing from the largest repository of purchase, media, social, causal and loyalty data, IRI will use its exclusive market intelligence to explore current and future US consumer poultry purchasing trends as they relate to antibiotic-free production, slow-growth broilers and feeding specifications, such as all-vegetable diets.

Wed, 29 Jan10:30 AM - 11:15 AMPoultry 2050: How technology will shape production Session
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Changing consumer desires and the rapid development of new technologies are reshaping poultry production. Aidan Connolly, president of AgriTech Capital and CEO of Cainthus, will explore the new technologies likely to impact how poultry will be fed and raised in 30 years, and identify which are the most technically feasible, economically practical and acceptable to consumers.

Wed, 29 Jan11:15 AM - 12:00 PMPoultry & feed production 2020: opportunities & challenges Roundtable
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Four feed industry stakeholders gather to discuss the trends and issues critical to poultry feed production over the next 12 months.

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