SFR announces 11th edition of the Feeds & Nutrition course 2022

Publicatiedatum: 13-04-2022

This year Schothorst Feed Research organises the Feeds & Nutrition course for the 11th time.

The Feeds & Nutrition course is a yearly recurring course that is specially designed for livestock specialists. The 11th edition will be held 13-17 June 2022 at the Inntel Hotels in Zaandam.

From science to practice
The goal of the Feeds & Nutrition course is to share scientific knowledge in such a way that the participant can implement this knowledge directly into daily work.

To achieve this, 13 different modules are offered from which the participant can compose their own tailor-made program. Each module covers a specific theme: besides the species-specific modules (nutrient evaluation, applied nutrition and feed formulation), there are two modules with a species transcending topic. Thus, these different modules allow the participant to Mix & Match their own programme to their individual needs and interests.

The modules are presented by researchers and consultants from SFR, together with other experts from the field. More than 120 participants from all over the world working in the feed industry are expected. The setting of the course stimulates participants to share experiences in combination with theoretical background.

The modules will be held over the course of one week and will be given in English. Registration is required before June 1st, 2022. The Feeds & Nutrition will be organised at the “Inntel Hotel” in Zaandam, The Netherlands. The complete programme and additional information can be found in our brochure and on our SFR website.

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