The Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference is Now On-demand
Trade disputes, African swine fever, human intelligence for production optimization, pigs for use in saving lives, hog barn innovation and more will be among the topics covered as the swine industry worldwide comes together for the first-ever Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference.
Find out what pork production companies made this year’s Global Mega Producer list. Those names will be unveiled during the opening keynote session, which will also include a discussion on the global market trends shaping the hog industry of the future. National Hog Farmer editor Ann Hess will be joined by long-time broadcaster Max Armstrong of This Week in Agribusiness to dig deep into how ASF and trade disputes are impacting these global mega operations. They will be joined by a panel that includes market analyst Dennis Smith, a popular and regular columnist to National Hog Farmer.
The Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference also will cover the innovation happening at the barn level with an emphasis on achieving a higher level of individual animal management and increased performance and efficiency. Experts will be on hand to discussion the latest trends there.
Hear why the successful adoption on precision production will be highly dependent on having engaged employee teams in the barn. It is about creating a culture that works for all involved and ultimately results in efficiency and animal performance gains.
Feed safety is another topic of key importance for producers and the industry. Without question, this past year has brought even greater attention to the safety of the feed being given to pigs. The industry has taken steps forward in securing the feed supply, but there is still more to be done. Scott Dee of Pipestone, Liz Wagstrom of the National Pork Producers Council and Leah Wilkinson of the American Feed Industry Association, along with others, will be hand for a live panel discussion on the state of feed security, research on new tools and best practices to help mitigate your risk.
Hosted by National Hog Farmer and its sponsor partners, this one-day digital conference will bring in-depth knowledge and insight via your desktop and/or mobile device, and all at NO COST to you.
Register today for the now on-demand Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference.