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Register Now for Australia's Nutrition Conference

by 5m Editor
3 June 2009, at 9:06am

AUSTRALIA - Early bird registration for the conference, Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - Australia, has been extended to 8 June.

Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - Australia conference will bring together animal nutrition experts to discuss issues that are of importance to the industry and are at the forefront of research and the development of new knowledge.

The 2009 conference marks 32 years since the inception of 'Recent Advances'. Over this time, 'Recent Advances' has developed from a small, informal meeting of animal nutrition scientists, to Australia's leading animal nutrition conference, attracting researchers and practitioners from throughout the world. This conference is unique in Australia as it brings together the commercial and research sectors of the animal nutrition community.

The conference covers the nutrition of all animals where we encourage our speakers to speculate on future directions and to explore new ideas particularly where these cross animal species or conventional disciplinary boundaries.

The conference will be held from Sunday 12 to Wednesday 15 July 2009 at Duval College on the campus of the University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia.

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- You can find out more and/or register for Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - Australia by clicking here.
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