Hottest topics, trends influencing 2024 animal feed production

2024 Feed Mill of the Future Conference speakers weigh in on the pressing issues shaping the industry.

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The second edition of the Feed Mill of the Future Conference will be held at the 2024 International Poultry Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta on January 30.

The half-day event, organized in partnership with the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA), features feed industry experts sharing their insights on how animal feed producers can optimize various elements of their operations and business to prepare for the future. Spanning five sessions and a panel discussion, the conference, organized by Feed Strategy and Feed & Grain magazines, will explore “How efficiency, innovation and sustainability will shape the feed industry of tomorrow.”

Here’s a preview of the Feed Mill of the Future Conference speakers and some of the topics they believe will become increasingly critical issues in the next decade and how producers can address them:

Reduce waste, improve efficiency: How feed additives contribute to the circular economy [VIDEO]

Christos Antipatis, global SMT additives director with Cargill Animal Nutrition, explores the ways improve performance while lessening feed's environmental impact.

Innovation advances the link between feed, the circular economy [VIDEO]

Michaela Braun, senior liquid systems and sales specialist with Novus, explores how feed production eliminates waste in food systems.

How AI applications will optimize, reshape agriculture [VIDEO]

BinSentry's CEO Ben Allen outlines artificial intelligence's potential to revolutionize operations, cut costs and boost efficiency for feed producers.

Beyond the feed mill: Exploring the supply chain’s carbon footprint [VIDEO]

Find out how Milan Hruby, vice president of creation design and development, ADM Animal Nutrition, suggests nutritionists and feed producers can find the balance between sustainability and animal performance.

Insects provide circular solution for sustainable agriculture [Video]

Maye Walraven, Innovafeed’s North American general manager and chief impact officer, discusses insects as an alternative protein source for animal feed.


2024 Feed Mill of the Future Conference

How efficiency, innovation and sustainability will shape the feed industry of tomorrow

Co-located with IPPE 2023 | Atlanta

January 30 | 8 a.m. – noon | Room A411

Fee: $95 early bird | $125 after January 6, 2023

View the full agenda here:

How to register: To attend the Feed Mill of the Future Conference, attendees must first register to attend IPPE. Register today for the lowest ticket price, go to, and visit the “Education Programs” for details.


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