Presented in a hybrid format from February 5 to February 9, 2024, at Texas A&M University, the 33rd Annual Practical Short Course on Feeds, Pet Food, and Aqua Feed Extrusion delves into extrusion systems, equipment selection, and industry practices. This immersive experience is led by a collaboration of university staff, industry experts, and consultants, offering participants a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of feed, pet food, and aqua feed processing.
Scheduled from February 5 to February 9, 2024, the 33rd Annual Practical Short Course on Feeds, Pet Food, and Aqua Feed Extrusion will take place at Texas A&M University, USA. In a hybrid format, the course will be conducted by university staff, industry experts, and consultants, offering participants an extensive exploration of extrusion systems.
- In-Depth Understanding: Participants will delve into various extrusion systems, including Dry extruders, Single and Twin-Screw extruders, and receive insights into designing new feed mills.
- Equipment Selection: The course will cover the intricacies of selecting conveying, drying, grinding, conditioning, and feed mixing equipment for effective processing.
- Current Practices: Attendees will be informed about the latest practices in the production of pet foods, Aqua feed, and full-fat soy meal. Topics include recycling by-products, aqua feed nutrition principles, spraying and coating systems, digests and preservatives, and the use of encapsulated ingredients.
HYBRID LEARNING APPROACH:
Presented in a hybrid format, the course aims to provide a balanced perspective, leveraging the expertise of university faculty, industry representatives, and consultants. It aims to explore not only the principles and characteristics of extruded feed, pet food, and aqua feed processing but also shed light on support systems for effective processing.
Interested individuals are encouraged to mark their calendars for this knowledge-sharing week. For additional details and registration information, visit the official event website. This course offers an opportunity to stay informed about the latest developments in feed processing.