The energy metabolism of dairy cows in all its complexity is central to performance and production as well as animal health. This is evident in the transition period, when the energy requirements rapidly increase and metabolic capacity is challenged. During the rest of the lactation cycle as well, the interaction between the protein and energy metabolism and the relation with the immune system are very relevant.
The International Dairy Nutrition Symposium 2021 will be held online as an interactive webinar on Thursday 25 March 2021. Experts from the Netherlands and abroad will present their vision on different aspects of energy metabolism in dairy cattle. Each talk will be followed by a discussion with the audience, led by our webinar host Dr. Han Swinkels.
|13:30h||Interaction between energy and protein metabolism||Prof. Chris Reynolds||University of Reading|
|14:00h||Energy losses in dairy cow nutrition and physiology: methane||Dr. Jan Dijkstra||Wageningen University|
|14:30h||Energy metabolism in transition cows||Dr. Melanie Schären||University of Leipzig|
|15:00h||Interaction between energy metabolism and immune system||Dr. Barry Bradford||Michigan State University|
|16:00h||Lipid metabolism and liver function||Roselinde Goselink||Wageningen Livestock Research|
|16:15h||Reconsidering optimal dry period and lactation length||Dr. Ariëtte van Knegsel||Wageningen University|
|16:30h||Sustainability impacts of alternative lactation management||Dr. Akke Kok||Wageningen University|
|16:45h||Transition disorders and nutritional advice in practice||Dr. Ellen Schmitt-Van de Leemput||Clinique Veterinaire Vetformance|
|17:15h||A changing role for the dairy professional: helping farmers transform practices to meet societal needs||Prof. Daniel Weary||University of British Columbia|
Registration is closed.