The Feed Mill of the Future Conference will make its debut at IPPE 2023 as part of the IPPE’s education program.
The half-day event, organized by WATT’s feed brands — Feed & Grain and Feed Strategy — will bring together leading feed industry experts to examine the emerging feed mill technologies and innovations that will impact animal feed manufacturing in the years and decades ahead.
“The Feed Mill of the Future Conference focuses on forward-looking tools, strategies and investments feed producers and industry stakeholders can implement today to position their companies to navigate near-term and long-term challenges,” said Jackie Roembke, editor-in-chief of WATT’s feed brands.
Feed milling professionals will walk away with a better understanding of how innovation and early adoption will allow them to achieve their sustainability, productivity and profitability goals.
In support of the event’s theme, “How efficiency, innovation and sustainability will shape the feed industry of tomorrow,” five speakers will tackle the most pressing feed processing issues, ranging from emerging energy efficiency solutions to how new sensor technologies will improve the feed industry’s profitability. In addition, there will be a panel discussion centered around how feed mills can reach their carbon emission goals.
The Feed Mill of the Future Conference will be held on Tuesday, January 24, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to noon, in the Georgia World Congress Center.
Registration is now open. To attend the Feed Mill of the Future Conference, attendees must first register to attend IPPE. Visit ippexpo.org and find the “Education Programs” tab for details. Onsite registration will also be available.
Event At-A-Glance: Feed Mill of the Future Conference
Learn how efficiency, innovation and sustainability will shape the feed industry of tomorrow.
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
- 8 a.m. – noon
- Co-located at International Production & Processing Expo Atlanta, Georgia
- Georgia World Congress Center, Room B203
- Fee: $125 for online preregistration and onsite
To view the program, visit feedmillofthefuture.com.