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Join us at IPPE

Atlanta, GA USA | February 12-14, 2019

About event

The International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) continues to evolve and grow to meet the needs of its attendees and exhibitors. In 2019, IPPE will be expanding the show floor to all three halls (A, B and C) of the Georgia World Congress Center. DuPont remains committed to the animal feed industry and IPPE as 100% of its revenues generated are invested back into the industry.

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Nutribiosis

Nutribiosis

What is it and how can it help me?

Nutribiosis is the term describing the interaction between nutrition, microbiome and gut and immune function. At DuPont Animal Nutrition, we believe that taking a holistic view, which considers how everything that is fed to an animal combines and interacts in the intestinal tract, is the way forward.

Through the lens of nutribiosis, we are investing in science and innovation to help producers improve performance, increase liveability and support welfare in the face of increasing pressure to reduce or remove antibiotics from production systems.

Nutribiosis
Passionate partners

Passionate partners

Passionate partners

Our experts decode the interactions between gut and immune function, nutrition and the microbiome enabling our customers to perform to their highest potential.

  • We ask questions and take customer-specific measurements
  • We make it an iterative, unique experience that is tailored to each customer, delivering:
  • Targeted solutions
  • Ingredient, species, geography, issue and budget specific solutions
  • Optimum dosing

Our capabilities are underpinned by the quality and quantity of our trials, including over 80,000 guts sampled from over 500 farms, our investment in omics technologies and microbiome research, and our collaboration with leading commercial, governmental and academic partners.

Event Information

Animal

Visit us at Booth #2511 - Hall A to talk to one of our nutritional health experts.

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People

Come celebrate with us at our booth.

Tuesday, February 12th

3:00-5:00pm - complimentary drinks

Wednesday, February 13th

3:00-5:00pm - complimentary drinks and appetizers

Oral Presentations

Monday, February 11th

7:45 a.m. - Room B311 - M2

Gut health priming from breeders to chicks – Evidence of direct pathogen transfer and shared environments
Terry Parrott, Elizabeth Kim, Jordon Gruber* DuPont Animal Nutrition

9:30 a.m. – Room B313 – M62

Supplementation of betaine in diets adequate in choline and methionine improves breast meat yield of broilers under varying experimental conditions
Kenia Mitre Herrera*1GS, Brooke Bodle1, Franco Mussini2, Chance Williams3, Samuel Rochell1 1University of Arkansas; 2DuPont; 3Wayne Farms LLC

11:45 a.m. – Room B313 – M70

Effects of limestone particle size, limestone source, and phytase on Ca and P digestibility in broilers
Stuart Taylor*1,2GS, Micaela Sinclair Black1, Roselina Angel3, Christine Jansen van Rensburg2, Peter Plumstead1 1Chemunique PTY LTD; 3University of Maryland; 2University of Pretoria

Tuesday, February 12th

9:30 a.m. – Room B314 – T179

Effects of protease treatment on broiler chick ileal amino acid digestibility and apparent metabolizable energy
M. Persia*1, N. Barrett1, D. Burnham2, A. Belalcazar3, F. Mussini3 1Virginia Tech; 2House of Raeford; 3DuPont Industrial Biosciences

10:15 a.m. – Room B315 – T194

Modification of a limestone solubility method and potential to correlate with in vivo calcium digestibility
Seon-Woo Kim1, Roselina Angel*1, Peter Plumstead2, Wenting Li1 1Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, University of Maryland; 2Chemunique

10:30 a.m. – Room B315 – T195

Evaluation of different limestone sources used by the US poultry feed industry
Franco Mussini*, Kenneth Wilson, Janet Remus, Elizabeth Kim, Milan Hruby DuPont Animal Nutrition

Poster Sessions

Room Number: B313 Foyer
Monday, February 11, 2019
1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
8:00 a.m. – Noon

P270

Effect of a direct-fed microbial on broiler performance, paw score and carcass traits when supplemented to a feed program containing enzymes.
S. Watkins1, J. Remus*2 1Center of Excellent for Poultry Science, University of Arkansas; 2DuPont Animal Nutrition/DuPont Industrial Biosciences

P287

Differences in Brazil, India, China and USA-origin corn AMEn estimation using near infrared transmittance technology directly linked to broiler AMEn and the Monte Carlo simulation Mauricio Cunha*1, Milan Hruby2 1DuPont Industrial Biosciences; 2DuPont Animal Nutrition

P301

Efficacy of Buttiauxella phytase on broiler performance, tibia ash, and processing parameters when using a phytase matrix which includes minerals, energy, and amino acids.
Hunter Walters*1GS, Dalton Dennehy1, Jim Wilson2, Craig Coufal1, Jason Lee1 1Texas A&M University; 2DuPont Animal Nutrition, DuPont Industrial Biosciences

Grand prize

Grand Prize

How to enter the Big Green Egg Social Media contest

Grand Prize
  • Get your badge scanned by a DuPont Animal Nutrition employee for a single entry
  • Follow @DuPontBiobased on Twitter and tweet a photo from the booth with #nutribiosis for a bonus entry.

It’s that easy! Giveaway begins Tuesday, February 12th at 10:00 A.M. and ends Wednesday, February 13th at 4:00 P.M. Winners will be announced on Wednesday at 4:30 P.M. Winners will be notified via email.

Prize packages:

  • Large Big Green Egg® and “Eggcessories” – US participants only
  • Apple Watch Series 4 -- International Participants only

* Terms & Conditions Apply