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Food Animal Innovation Summit to Bring Scientists and Leaders Together | Preliminary Department of Poultry Science

On September 26-28, 2022, a diverse group of scientists and leaders will come together to exchange ideas and solutions to key concerns in animal agriculture at the second annual Food Animal Innovation Summit in State View Hotel in the heart of Raleigh, North Carolina.

Organized and sponsored by the Animal health and nutrition Consortium (AHNC), in collaboration with the Carolina Feed Industry Association (CFIA), the NC Biotechnology Center and North Carolina State University Food Animal Initiative (FAI), the three-day event will feature a full range of activities and will be a hybrid format, with virtual attendance options available (Zoom/YouTube).

The summit is a combination of three conferences spread over three days:

  • Food Animal Industry Communication Symposium (FAI): Gain a better understanding of effective food animal industry messaging and communications.
  • Animal Nutrition Symposium (CFIA): Hear updates on industry regulatory and commodity markets and innovations in the animal feed industry.
  • Symposia on animal health and nutrition and precision animal systems (AHNC): Discover cutting-edge research on gut health, food safety and the microbiome.

Registration details

Registration is $500 for all three events, with tiered options available to attend the events of your choice and special rates for NC State faculty and students. Discounts are available for students and farmers/producers; E-mail [email protected] for more details.

Visit the ISP Summit website to view the schedule, registration fees, hotel accommodations, speaker program, and student poster contest details.

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About the North Carolina State University Food Animal Initiative (FAI)

At NC State, we help North Carolina become the world leader in food animal science by coordinating new research with existing, proven infrastructure. The Food Animal Initiative is a multi-university initiative with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) focused on advancing industry research and education priorities through four interdisciplinary platforms. To learn more, visit the FAAI website.