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Don't Miss the 78th Minnesota Nutrition Conference

The Minnesota Nutrition Conference is a highly regarded and well known livestock nutrition conference in the upper Midwest. For over 75 years, this conference has delivered leading-edge, research-based knowledge to advance sustainable production of beef, dairy, equine, swine and poultry.

Join us for the 78th Minnesota Nutrition Conference on September 20 - 21, 2017. Details are posted on the conference website including the Program Agenda.

Register now! See Registration Information for detail. Register online by September 15 for early bird pricing. Pre-registration is encouraged. Registration includes Pre-Conference Symposium, General Session, Species Sessions, 2 lunches, 2 continental breakfasts, breaks, reception, and 1 copy of proceedings (flash drive or print).
The conference will be held at City Center Hotel, 101 East Main Street, Mankato, Minnesota.  See Location for directions to make lodging reservations online or by phone.

Conference preview:
  • Pre-Conference Symposium and Complimentary Lunch - September 20                       "Nutrition in the Future"                                                                                                  Sponsored by DuPont
  • General Session - afternoon of September 20                                                                           "The Future of Animal Production" 
  • Graduate Student Poster Competition                                                                            Sponsored by Midwest Chapter of ARPAS
  • Welcome Reception - evening of September 20                                                                     Sponsored by Alltech
  • Ruminant, Non-Ruminant, and Equine Sessions - September 21                                               Species sessions run concurrently and include University of Minnesota Research Updates
A detailed conference agenda, including speakers and their presentation topics, are posted on the conference website.
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