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Listen to the state of the art knowledge on Acidosis and Rumen Health from international experts!

Live-streaming of the 10th International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores (ISNH) Satellite event, organized in partnership with the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA):

During the conference, international ruminant experts will address acidosis and rumen health from different angles. They will discuss the risk factors linked to feeding management and the strategies to limit these factors in the context of modern precision farming.

To register for the live-stream conference on Thursday, September 6 from 2:30 to 5:50 PM CEST, fill in the form in the right column of this page.


N°1 / 02:30-03:00 pm CEST: Rumen microbiotaGlossaryView allMicrobiota
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Leluo Guan, Professor, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Alberta, Canada > Read biography

N°2 / 03:00-03:30 pm CEST: Rumen pH monitoring systems and peripheric indicators as potential

predictors for rumen health

Clothilde Villot, Research Scientist, UMRH INRA, Clermont-Ferrand, France > Read biography

N°3/ 03:30-04:00 pm CEST: Feeding management of cattle and rumen health: risk factors

Alex Bach, Research Professor, IRCEA (Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats,), Dpt of Ruminant Production of IRTA, Spain > Read biography

N°4 / 04:20-04:50 pm CEST: Current strategies to limit risk factors: the use of feed additives, ATB, feeding practices

Helen Golder, Research Director, Scibus, Camden, NSW, Australia > Read biography

N°5 / 04:50-05:20 pm CEST: Interaction of Rumen health with cattle behaviour

Trevor de Vries, Associate Professor, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, University of Guelph, Canada > Read biography

N°6 / 05:20-05:50 pm CEST: Low rumen health: The root of many health disorders in high producing cattle

Gregory Penner, Associate professor, College of Agriculture and Bioresources, University of Saskatchewan, USA > Read biography

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