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22-ene-2020 (hace 1 años 6 meses 3 días)

APC Hosts Industry Insights Presentation & Reception with Nan-Dirk Mulder of Rabobank and Highlights

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APC is excited to exhibit and present research at this year’s International Poultry and Processing Exposition (IPPE), held in Atlanta, GA, January 28-30, 2020.

APC will kick off the week with a reception and presentation by renowned guest speaker Nan-Dirk Mulder, Global Protein Specialist for Rabobank.  Join other industry professionals for a presentation on insights, risks and opportunities within the Poultry Industry.

Monday, January 27 at 3:30 p.m. EST.

  • Registration/Reception: 3:30 - 4:00 p.m.

  • Nan-Dirk Mulder Insights: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

  • Reception Continues: 5:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Hotel Indigo - Inspiration Room & Gallery.   230 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA

Click Here for Online Registration 


Dr. Ricardo Esquerra, Global Poultry Manager, will present research in two separate sessions on Tuesday, January 28th, including:

  • Feeding Porcine or Bovine Spray-Dried Plasma at Different Inclusion Levels for 5 or 10 Days in the Starter Period on Performance of Broilers by Cadogan et al. Oral Presentation T138 . Reference Number: 0380_0554_000061.

    • 9:45am in Room B311

  • Tech Talk: What Have We Learned about the Use of Spray-Dried Plasma in Broilers?

    • 2:30pm, Hall A in Room A246


In addition, APC will also have a number of research posters on display beginning Monday, January 27th from 12:00 Noon until 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28th, including:

  • Feeding Spray-Dried Plasma Improves Nutrient Digestibility in Young Broilers by Polo et al., Poster P332. Reference Number: 0380_0554_000161.

  • Effect of feeding spray-dried plasma in broilers raised under heat stress conditions by Jared Ruff, et al., Poster P248. Reference Number: 0380_0554_000148.

  • Feeding Spray-Dried Plasma in the starter period improves performance early in life and at slaughter age in male turkeys by Kozlowoski K et al., Poster P335. Reference Number: 0380_0554_000231. 

  • Titration of spray-dried plasma in broiler starter feed budget programs on early broiler performance by Campbell et al., Poster P303. Reference Number: 0380_0554_000172.  


Visit APC in Hall A, Booth 521 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Learn more about the company and upcoming events at www.functionalproteins.com.


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For more information, contact:

Beth Saxton, Marketing Manager. APC

Direct: 515-289-7638 | Mobile: 515-201-5953 | beth.saxton@functionalproteins.com


About APC:

APC is the recognized global leader in the manufacture and sales of blood-derived functional plasma proteins and red blood cell products that impact billions of animals and plants each year. Our story began in 1981 when APC scientists discovered the powerful role plasma-derived functional proteins play in helping support and maintain normal immune function in animals. APC’s pioneering research has yielded more than 500 published, peer-reviewed journal articles and more than a dozen patents related to processing and feeding our proteins. Today APC employs 500+ people and operates 21 manufacturing facilities in nine countries worldwide. APC remains committed to the core of their corporate mission – to watch animals and plants thrive. 


About Nan-Dirk Mulder:

Nan-Dirk Mulder joined Rabobank International’s Food & Agribusiness Advisory and Research department (FAR) in 2001. He is global animal protein specialist and has worked with many of the leading animal protein companies in the world. He is based in Rabobank’s headquarter in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Nan-Dirk graduated in agricultural economics, marketing and market research from the Netherlands’ Wageningen Agricultural University in 1996. Before his appointment at Rabobank International, Nan-Dirk worked for the Product Boards for Livestock, Meat and Eggs (PVE) and the Agricultural Economic Research Institute (LEI) in the Netherlands.

Since joining Rabobank International, Nan-Dirk advises the bank on global commitments in the animal protein sectors. He has been also involved in the bank’s many advisory and research activities in these sectors and has built up an in-depth knowledge about strategic issues in these industries. Nan-Dirk has advised and participated in projects on all continents of the world and is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars all over the world.





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