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2016 Program

8:15 a.m. Registration   11:30 Nutritional and management strategies to alleviate the impact of stress on swine health and productivity – Jay Johnson, USDA at Purdue University
9:00 Welcome and Introductions – Merlin Lindemann, University of Kentucky 12:00 Lunch
1:00 Peroxidized lipids in swine – why should we be concerned? – Eric Van Heugten, North Carolina State University
9:05 Microbial endocrinology and nutrition: Why the intersection of microbiology and neurobiology matters to animal health – Mark Lyte, Iowa State University 1:40 Implications of dietary oxidized oils for fresh and further processed pork quality – Anna Dilger, University of Illinois
2:10 Break
9:50 Environmental influences on gastrointestinal development, disease resistance and functionAdam Moeser, Michigan State University 2:40 Phytase supplementation – the response to phytase beyond P – Merlin Lindemann, University of Kentucky
10:20 Break
11:00 Low CP diets and effect on diarrhea – Martin Nyachoti, University of Manitoba 3:10 Calcium digestibility and requirements for digestible Ca by growing pigs – Hans Stein, University of Illinois