Animal feeding trends is the topic for the 69th annual Minnesota Nutrition Conference set for Sept. 16 and 17 at the Holiday Inn in Owatonna, Minn. The conference is sponsored by the Department of Animal Science at the university and University of Minnesota Extension.

Experts from the University of Minnesota and the livestock feed industry will provide updates on research related to feeding dairy and beef cattle, swine and poultry, and a keynote speech on calculating the carbon footprint of livestock production.

Participants are eligible for 10 Continuing Education Units through the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists. Cost for the conference is $195 until Sept. 1 and $230 thereafter. Student registration is $100. To register, click here.

Source: University of Minnesota