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Dr.Leo den Hartog
Wageningen University
The Netherlands
Title: Sustainable Feed Supply for Worldwide Poultry Production

 

 

Summary:
The global poultry sector is characterized by differences in dynamics. In developing economies, the poultry sector is evolving in response to rapidly increasing demand for meat and eggs. Poultry production will increasingly be affected by external factors. Several indicators demonstrate that further optimization of poultry feed and nutrition is potentially possible. Innovations have the potential to meet the challenges and to result in resource efficiency, healthy poultry, responsible production systems and optimal profit throughout the value chain.

Biography:
Prof. Dr. Leo den Hartog is Director of R&D at Trouw Nutrition and part-time professor in ‘Sustainable animal nutrition in production chains’ at Wageningen University. He graduated in Animal Sciences at Wageningen University, in 1978, where he also obtained his Ph.D. in 1984 on the relation between nutrition and fertility in gilts and sows.

In 1989 he received the Henneberg Lehmann award from the University of Göttingen in Germany. In 1999 he got an honorary Ph.D. from the University of Kaposvar in Hungary. In 2014 he got the “Molenaar Award” from the Animal Nutrition Magazine in the Netherlands and Belgium. This Award is given every two years to a person for his or her contribution to the Animal Feed and Additive Industry. His broad experience in animal production is reflected in over 450 scientific and applied articles and 7 books as author or co-author. He gave more than 600 lectures in over 35 different countries for e.g. scientists, advisors and farmers. He was 5 times chairman of Dutch trade missions of the ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality to China, Taiwan, South Korea, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa.

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