Midwest Meeting Preview!
The 2019 ADSA-ASAS Midwest Annual Meeting is fast approaching! Don’t miss out on the exciting Symposia at this year’s Meeting. Take a peek below for a preview of what’s to come during the David Baker Symposium on Monday, March 11!
The David Baker Symposium held on Monday, March, will start off with a historical perspective of amino acids in livestock. Keith Haydon will discuss how amino acid supplementation has changed over the last 40 years. This discussion sets the stage for the following presentation that will address the reduction of crude protein in diets when using supplemental amino acids. How far can crude protein be reduced? One of the Midwest Sections Young Scholars, Henrique Cemin, will discuss a meta-regression analysis used to predict branched-chain and large neutral amino acids effects on the growth and performance of pigs. David Cook proposes the use of amino acid supplementation in young pigs, however, more research is needed to further the knowledge base of the young animals’ requirements. To wrap up the David Baker Symposium, Yanbin Shen will discuss the opportunities amino acids have over their individual functions.
Don’t miss this year’s David Baker Symposium held on Monday, March 11 at the 2019 ADSA-ASAS Midwest Section Annual Meeting.
Titles and Presenting Authors:
- Amino Acids in Livestock: A Historical Perspective – Keith Haydon
- How far we could go reducing crude protein with the supplemental amino acids – Candido Pomar
- Young Scholar Presentation: Meta-regression analysis to predict the influence of branched-chain and large neutral amino acids on growth performance of pigs – Henrique S. Cemin
- Commercial Realities of Amino Acid Nutrition in the Young Pig – David A. Cook
- Opportunity with functional role of supplemental amino acids – Yanbin Shen
We look forward to seeing you in Omaha, Nebraska!