Congress: Nutrition in Transition (26-27 November 2019)

The year 2019 is a special year for Schothorst Feed Research. The organisation was established  85 years ago and since 15 years Schothorst Feed Research started as an autonomous organisation.

On the occasion of these memorable events, a congress will be organised on 26 and 27 November 2019.

Title: Nutrition in Transition
Date: November 26 and 27, 2019
Location: Hart van Holland, Nijkerk

Several prominent researchers and leaders related to the sector will speak during the event. The theme for the first day is precision nutrition and the theme for the second day is transition. In the morning cross-species topics will be discussed, while the afternoon program is species specific.

The congress will be closed with the farewell reception for Dr. Ir. Piet van der Aar. Piet has worked for Schothorst Feed Research for 37 years and will soon enjoy his well-earned retirement. Therefore we would like to invite you to thank him personally.


The defintive program and further information will follow as soon as possible.


The costs are € 325,- for one day and € 550,- for two days. The amounts are excluding VAT.


Hart van Holland - Berencamperweg 12, 3861 MC Nijkerk, The Netherlands


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