Watch on demand now to review the 2022 data including global and regional trends as well as contamination occurrence.
Cargill analyzes over 300K samples a year for the presence of mycotoxins worldwide. Gain expert insight and review the data on single and co-contamination that can be applied to develop a risk-based mycotoxin control plan. This webinar unpacks Cargill's tried and tested approach of adopting a risk-based control plan and more.
Featured speakers include Clement Soulet, Additives Category Lead, Cargill’s animal nutrition business, Global, Thomas Pecqueur, Technology Lead for Additives, Cargill’s animal nutrition business, Global, Don Giesting, Innovation Lead for MicroNutrition, Cargill’s animal nutrition business, North America, and Ignacio Areal, Raw Materials Food Safety, Quality, and Regulatory Risk Assessor and Emerging Supply Chain Lead, Cargill CASC, EMEA.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Review the 2022 data including global and regional trends as well as co-contamination occurrence.
- Understand your mycotoxin risks and how to approach mycotoxin risks proactively and holistically.
- Learn the best feed ingredient storage practices.
This webinar is sponsored by Cargill and presented by WATTPoultry.
Clement Soulet, Additives Category Lead, Cargill’s animal nutrition business, Global
Clement Soulet is part of the In-System SMT team, focusing on CAN additives. Clement supervises the strategy execution and deployment of Anti Mycotoxin Agents (Notox) and Antioxidant (Proviox) categories. Originally from France, Clement has a Master of Science in Animal Production from AgroParisTech, Paris, France with a specialization in management, innovation, and business performance. After 4 years working in a global consulting company in Paris; Clement has led for 7 years in the role of Business Development Manager in the feed additive company Pancosma (ADM) for several feed additive ranges. In February 2018, Clement joined Cargill Animal Nutrition as category lead in the global additive team.
Thomas Pecqueur, Technology Lead for Additives, Cargill’s animal nutrition business, Global
Thomas Pecqueur has a Master of Science in Agronomy from Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Agronomie de Rennes (France). He joined Provimi/Cargill in 2009 as a multi-species nutritionist and formulator in France. Thomas moved to Canada in 2012 and joined the Canadian Ruminant technical team as Ruminant Technical Specialist. He joined in 2016 to the Global Strategic Marketing & Technology team as Technology Lead additives to manage Cargill Animal Nutrition portfolio of Anti-Mycotoxins Additives and Natural Antioxidants.
Don Giesting, Innovation Lead for MicroNutrition, Cargill’s animal nutrition business, North America
Don Giesting is a native of eastern Indiana, where he grew up on a swine and mixed agriculture farm. His education included Purdue University (B.S. in Animal Science), and the University of Illinois (M.S. and Ph. D. in Swine Nutrition). His thesis work involved the digestive development of the young pig and the effects of protein sources and organic acid supplementation on pig performance and health. Following graduate school, he spent three years working in product and technology development at Central Soya Company, before joining Cargill Animal Nutrition (CAN) in 1990. He has worked in various capacities with Cargill, including swine product and technology development, ingredient evaluation, formulation system development, laboratory management, and customer solution development roles during his first 11 years. For the past 22 years, he has worked with and led teams working on innovation, development, application, and marketing of non-medicated feed additive solutions. Currently, Don leads technical services supporting additives, with a focus on mycotoxin mitigation and enzymes. He collaborates with teams of colleagues internationally and across Cargill Animal Nutrition – North America.
Ignacio Areal, Raw Materials Food Safety, Quality, and Regulatory Risk Assessor and Emerging Supply Chain Lead, Cargill CASC, EMEA
Ignacio Areal has been leading CASC Raw Materials Food Safety Quality and Regulatory (FSQR) team for 13 years and now his activity is focused on the Risk Assessment as FSQR risk assessor. He has worked as a Farm Consultant specializing in arable crops in Spain, Portugal, and England. Ignacio has been involved in canned food and fresh salad production in China and Spain, working as a Production Manager, before moving to Cargill. He has a degree in Agriculture Engineering and an MBA from Instituto de Empresa Business School. Ignacio is based in Madrid, Spain.