Queenstown - Feel The Inspiration

‘Poultry Beyond 2023’ will convene in Queenstown, one of the world’s most desired leisure destinations. Set against a spectacular landscape of the Remarkable Mountains and on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is also renowned as the adventure capital of the South Pacific. From adrenaline fuelled activities to alpine hiking, mountain biking, paragliding, jet boating or lake cruising, Queenstown does not disappoint.

By night, Queenstown has a vibrant restaurant and bar scene that brings together visitors from around the globe.

As a business and conferencing destination, Queenstown is like no other in that it delivers that perfect balance of work and play. Skyline Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s premier conference venues and will host the main conference sessions. As the name suggests, it sits atop Queenstown and offers panoramic views of the lake and mountains. Access to the conference centre is by a short, scenic gondola ride, making for an inspired start to any business day.

Save The Date 2017-10-16 12:00:00 2017-10-20 18:00:00 Pacific/Auckland Poultry Beyond 2023 The official 6th International Broiler Nutritionists Conference to be held in Queenstown, New Zealand 16-20 October, 2017 | https://poultrybeyond2020.co.nz Queenstown, New Zealand Poultry Beyond 2023 info@pianz.org.nz

About The Conference

‘Poultry Beyond 2023’ brings together industry experts from around the globe to exchange ideas and learning’s and provoke thought and initiative conversations about the issues that matter the most to the Poultry Industry; not just for today, but to a future that extends beyond 2023.

The 6th International Broiler Nutritionists Conference has an exceptional lineup of expert speakers on a wide range of topics and issues as well as workshop forums which will be complemented by evening networking and social events.

The Schedule

Conference Registration

Hotel St Moritz Lobby

11:00AM

Opening Ceremony

Hotel St Moritz Lobby - Registration Open Again

06:00PM

Transport To Conference

Grouped By Lanyard Colour

07:30AM

Welcome and Official Opening

John Foulds

08:30AM

Session One

Towards an Ever-Challenging Environment

09:00AM

Morning Tea

10:30AM

Session Two

Emerging Technologies To Expand Feed Ingredient Options

11:00AM

Lunch

12:30PM

Session Three

Factors Underpinning Broiler Potential

01:30PM

Afternoon Tea

03:00PM

Workshops

03:20PM

Transport To Hotel

05:15PM

Transport To Conference

Grouped By Lanyard Colour

07:30AM

Session Four

Gut Development and Function

08:30AM

Morning Tea

10:00AM

Session Five

Nutritional Solutions for the Future

10:30AM

Lunch

12:30PM

Session Six

The Development of the Gut Environment – Future Trends

01:30PM

Afternoon Tea

03:00PM

Workshops

03:20PM

Transport To Hotel

05:15PM

Transport To Conference

Grouped By Lanyard Colour

07:30AM

Session Seven

Gut Health Management and Welfare

08:30AM

Morning Tea

10:45AM

Session Eight

Challenges in Amino Acid Nutrition

11:15AM

Lunch

12:45PM

Session Nine

Hot Topic

01:45PM

Workshops

02:30PM

Afternoon Tea

03:00PM

Workshops Continue

03:50PM

Transport To Hotel

05:15PM

Transport To Conference

Grouped By Lanyard Colour

07:30AM

Session Ten

Hot Topics

08:30AM

Morning Tea

A Working Workshop

10:10AM

Lunch

Please Make Your Way To Gondala After

01:15PM

Transport To Hotel

02:15PM

Gala Dinner

A Social Evening Event For All

05:00PM

The Guest Speakers

The 6th International Broiler Nutritionists Conference, ‘Poultry Beyond 2013’ is honoured to welcome the following lineup of international experts and opinion leaders to Queenstown to share their expertise and insights with delegates:

Rick Kleyn
Rick Kleyn
Spesfeed (Pty) Limited, Rivonia, South Africa

Topic: Predicting the unpredictable – When will “Peak Feed” be reached?

Ravi Ravindran
Professor Ravi Ravindran
Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Topic: Present Status and Future Trends and Feed Evaluation

Elaine C Fitches
Dr Elaine Fitches, PhD
Durham University, Durham, UK

Topic: Insects as Sustainable feed ingredients

Krimpen Marinus Van Rechts
Professor Marinus van Krimpen, PhD
Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands

Topic: Algae and novel plant proteins

Christopher Ashwell
Dr Chris Ashwell, PhD
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA

Topic: Epigenetics: Feeding the genes of the broiler

Santiago Avendano
Dr Santiago Avendano, PhD
Aviagen, Edinburgh, UK

Topic: Broiler Life Cycle Analysis: Breeding for Sustainability and Welfare

Sonia Liu
Dr Sonia Liu, PhD
University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

Topic: Implications of digestion dynamics for modern broilers

Doug Korver
Professor Doug Korver, PhD
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Topic: Development of digestive tract: physiology and function including immune development

Dr Aaron Cowieson
Dr Aaron Cowieson
DSM Nutritional Products, Kaiseraugst, Switzerland

Topic: Has the full potential of current enzymes been realised and what’s next?

Dr Mercedes Vazquez Anon Novus
Dr Mercedes Vázquez-Añón
Novus International Inc., St Louis, MO, USA

Topic: Enteric health challenges and nutritional solutions in today’s poultry industry

Reza Abdollahi
Dr Reza Abdollahi, PhD
Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Topic: Calcium appetite in broilers and implications for phosphorus nutrition

Professor Gonzalo Mateos
Professor Gonzalo Mateos, PhD
University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Topic: Fibre for gut development, microbial management and performance

Juha Apajalahti
Dr Juha Apajalahti
Alimetrics Group Limited, Helsinki, Finland

Topic: Influencing gut microbiota for broiler performance

Loek De Lange
Dr Loek de Lange
Schothorst Feed Research, The Netherlands

Topic: Nutritional management of the gut microbiome under GP – free conditions

Dr. Tom Rehberger Agro Biosciences Milwaukee Wisconsin
Dr Tom Rehberger, PhD
Agrobiosciences, Milwaukee, WI, USA

Topic: Managing Bird welfare with nutrition

Robert Wideman Jr
Professor Robert Wideman, Jr, PhD
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA

Topic: Gut microbiota, gut leakage and BCO

Bill Dozier
Professor Bill Dozier, PhD
Auburn University, Auburn, AL, USA

Topic: Minimising protein; how far down the essential amino acid list do we go?

Michael T Kidd
Dr Michael Kidd
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA

Topic: Branched-chain amino acids; re-evaluating ideal amino acid ratios

Dr Peter Selle
Dr Peter Selle
University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

Topic: Gut flora in broilers – are they important?

Dr. Tom Rehberger Agro Biosciences Milwaukee Wisconsin
Professor C. Roselina Angel, PhD
University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA

Topic: Rethinking calcium and phosphorus nutrition in broilers

Professor Mingan Choct
Professor Mingan Choct
University of New England, Armidale, NSW, Australia

Topic: Emerging trends in broiler nutrition

Accommodation - Hotel ST. Moritz

An allocation of rooms at a specially negotiated and exclusive conference rate is being held at the official conference hotel, Hotel St. Moritz. The hotel is part of Accor Hotels M Gallery collection by Sofitel and is a five-star boutique hotel. Conference delegates will occupy the majority of all rooms within the hotel for the duration of the conference. All communications and transfers will be to and from Hotel St. Moritz.

Conference delegates are respectfully requested to stay at the official conference hotel. A preferential delegate rate is available for pre or post accommodation and this is subject to availability at the time of booking. It is essential that any pre or post accommodation bookings are made through the conference registration as the conference rate cannot be booked directly with the hotel.

Our Sponsors

None of this would be possible without the amazing support of our long-term sponsors

Register Now

Please RSVP no later than 30 April 2017.

Registrations are now closed. If you would like to register or update details for your current registration please send an email to info@pianz.org.nz. Please include your passport number so we can correctly identify you.