Livestock Nutrition 2016 welcomes attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to attend and register for the “2nd International Conference on Livestock Nutrition (Livestock Nutrition 2016)” focusing on the theme “Leading Innovation and Sustainability in Livestock Nutrition” which is going to be held during July 21-22, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia.
Livestock conference contributes directly to the livelihoods and food security of almost a billion people and affects the diet and health of many more. Livestock sector on animal feed manufacturers workshops directly influences agricultural sector and therefore it targets a wide range of audience such as Livestock Feed manufacturing industries, R&D scientists in the field of Livestock Science, Veterinarians and Animal Health experts. Livestock is needed for many reasons which include analyses of the social and economic aspects of the livestock sector; the environmental impacts of livestock such as the production and management of waste, greenhouse gas emissions and livestock-related land-use change; and large-scale public health and epidemiological investigations
The scientific sessions of Livestock Nutrition conference series which focus on livestock nutrition and health, animal husbandry and modern agriculture, animal diseases, animal feed industries and the products manufactured, environmental impact of meat production, dairy science, equine science and various other aspects directly concerning livestock science.
In agriculture today, the nutritional needs of farm animals are well understood and may be satisfied through natural forage and fodder alone, or augmented by direct supplementation of nutrients in concentrated, controlled form. The nutritional quality of Animal feed is influenced not only by the nutrient content, but also by many other factors such as feed presentation, hygiene, digestibility, and effect on intestinal health. Feed additives provide a mechanism through which these nutrient deficiencies can be resolved effect the rate of growth of such animals and also their health and well-being. Even with all the benefits of higher quality feed, most of a farm animal's diet still consists of grain-based ingredients because of the higher costs of quality feed.