Get ready for FeedExpo 03 - see who's exhibiting

Get ready for Feed Expo 03 – exhibitors registered to date:
March 1, 2003

Expo Exhibitors list as of 2/21/03

4B Elevator Components Ltd.

Abel Manufacturing Company, Inc
AFIA*AGRO de las Americas
AGR International, Inc.
AGRA Sales & Engineering
AGRI-associates, Inc.
Agri-Data Systems, Inc.
Albion Advanced Nutrition
Alltech, Inc.
Amandus Kahl Gmbh & Co.
American-Newlong, Inc.
AMG, Inc
Andritz Sprout-Matador
APEC - Automated Process Equipment Corp.

B.N.W. Industries
BASF Corporation
Baymag Inc.
Beta Raven Inc.
BinMaster Level Controls
Bioproducts Incorporated
Bliss Industries, Inc.
BM & M Screening Solutions
Bonar Plastics Inc.
The Boone Group
Braes Feed Ingredients, Inc.
Bratney Companies
Brock Manufacturing
Buhler Inc.

C.E.I. Equipment Company, Inc.
Calbrandt, Inc.
California Pellet Mill Company
Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Co.
Cargill, Inc.
Cargill Feed Phosphates
Carter Day
Chelated Minerals Corporation
Clayton Industries
CMSI Technologies
Columbia/Okura LLC
Commodity Sciences, Inc.
Consolidated Mill Supplies LLC
Cotton Incorporated
Country Grain Elevator Historical Soc.

Dalex Computer Systems, Inc.
Dawe's Laboratories
dbcSMARTsoftware inc.
Distributors Processing Inc.
Dorssers Inc.

E.S.E. & INTEC (Midland Ind. Group)
Easy Automation, Inc.
EBM Mill & Elevator Supply, Inc.
EnviroLogix Inc.
The Essmueller Company
Eurofins Scientific, Inc.
Extru-Tech, Inc.

Farmland Insurance/Nationwide Agribusiness
Facility Certification Institute
Feed & Grain
Feed Management
Feed Management Systems, Inc.
Feedstuffs - Miller Publishing Co.
Fischbein Company
Food and Drug Administration
Format International, Inc.
Foss North America, Inc.
Friesen of Iowa

Hayes & Stolz Industrial Mfg. Co., Inc.
Hogenson Construction
Hood Packaging Corporation
S. Howes Company, Inc.

T. E. Ibberson Company
Impextraco NV
InnoFeed Limited
Insta-Pro International
International Nutrition, Inc.
Interstates Companies

Jaarbeurs Exhibitions Media
Jacobs Corporation
Johnson & Sons Mfg. Inc.
Johnson System Inc.

Kansas State University
Knight Manufacturing Corp.

LaCrosse Milling Company, Inc.
Laidig Industrial Systems
Lambton Conveyor Ltd
Landers Machine Company
Law-Marot, Inc.
Ledwell & Son Enterprises, Inc.
LignoTech USA, Inc.
Liquid Systems, Inc.
Loveland Industries, Inc.
Luzenac America, Inc.

Material Handling System Inc.
Material Storage Systems, Inc.
Maxi-Lift, Inc.
Southwest Agri-Plastics, Inc.
McLanahan Corporation
Medipharm, U.S.A.
Merrick's, Inc.
Milk Products Inc.
Mill & Elevator Supply Co., Inc.
Mitchell Mill Systems Canada Ltd.
Monitor Technologies LLC

Natural Insecto Products, Inc.
Neogen Corporation
Northland Superior Supply Co. Ltd
Novus International, Inc.
NP Analytical Laboratories
Nutra-Flo Protein Products
Nutra-Flo Feed Phosphates
Nutrapro Inc.

OIL-DRI Corp. of America
Omega Protein Corporation

Perten Instruments
Phibro Animal Health
Pizzey's Milling
Pneumat Cleaning Systems Inc.
Powder & Bulk Engineering
Premier Tech Chronos
Primedia Business
Prince Agri Products, Inc.
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.

Quali Tech, Inc.

Rapat Corporation
Repete Corporation
Rice Lake Weighing Systems
Rubber Belting & Hose

SAF Agri, Div. of Lesaffre Yeast Corp.
Schlagel, Inc.
Scott Equipment Company
Screw Conveyor Corporation
Seedburo Equipment Company
Shanghai DESANO Vitamins Co., Ltd.
Southwest Mill Supply Co.
Specialty Industries, Inc.
Summit Software Inc.
Sunfield Engineering, Inc.
Sweet Manufacturing Company

Tapco Inc.
Design Inc.
Thomas Conveyor Company
Todd & Sargent, Inc.
Tom-Cin Metals, Inc.
Tramco Incorporated
Triumph Engineering Co

Union Special Corp.
Uniscope, Inc.

Varied Industries Corporation
Vigen Construction, Inc.

Wagester & Lease/Port-Land Systems
Walinga, Inc.
Warren Manufacturing, Inc.
Wellmark International
Wenger Manufacturing, Inc.
Wisconsin Electrical Mfg. Co., Inc.

Younglove Construction Co.

Zhejiang Brother Chemicals Co.
Zinpro Corporation
Expo ’03 Schedule of Events
Sunday, May 4
Noon - 6:00 pm Aquaculture Committee
2:00 pm – 3:15 pm NC Technical Advisory Committee
3:30 pm – 4:45 pm Nutrition Council Executive Committee
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Laboratory Committee
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Nutrition Council Advisory Committee
Monday, May 5
8:00 am – 10:00 am Nutrition Council Breakouts
– Beef and Sheep
– Education
– Dairy
– Swine
– Specialty Feeds
– Poultry
– Eco Nutrition
8:00 am – 10:00 am K-State Breakfast/Brunch
8:00 am – Noon Manufacturing Committee
10:00 am – Noon MEFT Council
10:00 am – Noon Marketing Committee
10:30 am – Noon Nutrition Council General Session
8:00 am – Noon Educational Forum: Information Technology
8:00 am – Noon Educational Forum: Aquaculture
10:00 am – 6:30 pm FEED SHOW
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Educational Forum: Feed Production School
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Educational Forum: Nutrition Conference
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Board of Directors Meeting
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Reception – Show Hall
6:30 pm Board of Directors Reception/Dinner (Hilton)
Tuesday, May 6
9:00 am – 6:30 pm Feed Industry Show (Continental Breakfast
7:30 am – 8:30 am FIPAC Breakfast (Hilton)
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Educational Forum: General Session
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products Ice Cream
Wednesday, May 7
8:00 am – 11:30 am Feed Industry Show (Continental Breakfast
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast for International Guests
8:00 am – 11:00 am Educational Forum: Food Safety – Role of Microbials & Enzymes
8:00 am – Noon Educational Forum: Pet Food
Noon – 6:30 pm Feed Control Committee

Monday, May 5
8:00 – 8:45 am
Keynote: Why Aquaculture in the United States?
Dr. George Chamberlain, Global Aquaculture Alliance
Dr. Chamberlain is a world leader in aquaculture policy. From his vantage point, he’s very qualified to give a world-view of aquaculture with an emphasis toward the potential and future U.S. role.
8:45 – 9:30am
Future Nutrition and Food Safety Challenges in Aquaculture
Dr. Ron Hardy, University of Idaho, Aquaculture Research Institute
As a member of the National Research Council’s Committee on Nutrition, Dr. Hardy is an internationally renowned fish nutritionist. He will discuss the state of aquaculture nutrition and the food safety challenges of the industry.
9:30 – 9:45 am
9:45 – 10:30 am
How Can Fish Cope with Pathogen Infections via Innate Defense Responses
Dr. Tom Chen, University of Connecticut
With a limited armamentarium of approved animal drugs, Dr. Chen will bring to light his research into adaptation of aquatic species’ own defenses to ward off diseases. Disease is one of the top issues limiting growth of aquaculture in the U.S.
10:30 – 11:15 am
Creative Advances in Aquaculture: Water Recycling, Electricity Production, Cages
Dr. Randy MacMillan, Clear Springs Foods and President, National Aquaculture Association
A well-known and recognized advocate for aquaculture and vice president of research for the leading trout producer in the U.S., Dr. MacMillan will provide insight into some novel and innovative approaches to aquaculture. Included will be offshore cage technology, effluent
reduction and electricity generation from water resources.
11:15 – Noon
Cloning and Genetic Improvement in Aquaculture
Dr. Bill Hershberger, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, National Center for Cool & Cold Water Aquaculture Research
Dr. Hershberger has been both an academic and federal researcher in the cloning and genetic improvement areas of cold water fish. He will detail the impressive salmon results and ongoing research with tremendous potential in both areas of traditional breeding and cloning.
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