Satellite « The renewed INRA feeding system for ruminants »
Registration for INRA Feeding System Satellite conference is closed, because it is now fully booked.
At the end of the symposium ISNH at Polydome, on Thursday September 6 from 13:30 to 16:00, a satellite conference is organized by INRA.
The INRA feeding system for Ruminants has been renewed to better account, on a wide diversity of feeding contexts, for multiple animal responses to diets in rationing process including productive performance, feed conversion efficiency, digestive welfare, emissions to the environment, and product composition (https://doi.org/10.3920/978-90-8686-292-4).
During this satellite session, scientists involved in this project will present the scientific advances included in the INRA 2018 system, and their application in rationing practices, illustrated using the INRAtion®V5 software. The presentations will be followed by a discussion with the audience.
The ISNH attendees can attend for free to this satellite (closed because now fully booked).
Chair persons: Hélène Lapierre (Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada) and Jean-Louis Peyraud (INRA, France)
- 13h30 – 14h15 : Scientific novelties in INRA 2018 feeding system for ruminants (Daniel Sauvant et al, AgroParisTech-INRA)
- 14h15 – 15h : How it impacts practices for rationing (Philippe Faverdin et al, INRA)
- 15h – 15h30 : Examples of application :
feed value : table and prevision (René Baumont et al, INRA)
rationing dairy cows (Luc Delaby et al, INRA)
rationing beef cattle (Jacques Agabriel et al, INRA)
- 15h30-16h : General discussion.