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‘20/20’: Alltech’s 2013 Symposium Offers a GLIMPSE into the Future
Date:2/15/2013

International Symposium delegates will have the opportunity to select breakout session tracks. These tracks, as opposed to traditional species or subject breakouts, will offer attendees a more holistic experience in which they take part in discussions ranging from algae and agriculture’s carbon footprint to nutrition and marketing. Discussions within the track selections may include:
  •     The Business of Agriculture
  •     Crisis Management
  •     Farming Soils for the Future
  •     Milk: The Perfect Food
  •     Carbon Footprint, Sustainability and Profitability
  •     Feeding for Fertility
  •     Optimizing Rumen Function
  •     Branding Food: A Taste of What Consumers Really Want
  •     Reimagining Beef Production
  •     Nutrigenomics: A Nutrition Revolution
  •     Interfacing Nutrition and Immunity
  •     Experiences from the Field: Rethinking Animal Health
  •     Farming the Sea
  •     The Algae Opportunity
  •     Feeding Your Friend: Companion Animal Nutrition
  •     Connecting with Consumers through the World’s Premier Equestrian Event
  •     Profit from the Core
  •     Next Generation Foods
  •     Celebrating the Farmer
  •     Beyond the Brand: Customer Engagement
  •     Farm to Fork: Branding All-Natural Omega-3 Pork to the Consumer
  •     Communicating Diversity: A Dialogue with the Latin Market
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