Poster Award of the IDF World Dairy Summit 2018 in Daejeon
Is your current research of interest for the dairy sector? If the answer is yes, then take the challenge and dare to share your project as a poster at the
prestigious IDF World Dairy Summit in Daejeon, Korea (15-19 October 2018). The organizers cordially invite you to submit your poster and join us there. All posters submitted will compete for the IDF WDS 2018 Poster Award. The winning author will be rewarded with a prize of 1,000,000 KRW, while the second and third best poster presentations will receive 500,000 KRW and 200,000 KRW respectively. Besides the opportunity of winning these attractive awards, researchers attending the IDF World Dairy Summit 2018 in Daejeon will be able to network with dairy professionals from all over the world, from farming to processing industry, as well as specialists on trade and consumer topics.
We look forward to meeting you in Daejeon!
To view an abstract of the posters, please click on the below download button.
|Poster No.||Topic||Presenter||Abstract Title||Download|
|P-004||Farm Management||Jamie Jonker||The United States National Dairy FARM (Farmers Assuring Responsible Management) Animal Care Program|
|P-005||Farm Management||Christian Baumgartner||Key figures based on somatic cell counts - Improving udder health in Germany|
|P-006||Farm Management||Eial Izak||Comparison of Semiautomatic Teat Scrubber vs. Predipping on Reduction of Butyric Anaerobes Count|
|P-008||Farm Management||Dino Demirovic Holmquist||Large scale screening of the Danish dairy cattle population for their milk fatty acid profile|
|P-009||Farm Management||Snorri Sigurdsson||On farm training and reeducation to enhance the health and animal welfare of dairy cattle in China|
|P-010||Farm Management||Jang Hoon Jo||Improving productive performance of Holstein dry cow through supplementing rumen-protected amino acid L-Tryptophan (NALT)|
|P-013||Farm Management||Jungeun Kim||L-Phenylalanine and L-Valine differently stimulate the milk protein synthesis via mTOR pathway in bovine mammary epithelial cells|
|P-014||Farm Management||Wontae Choi||Effects of dietary supplementation of rumen-protected L-tryptophan (RPT) under heat stress conditions on milk yield and compositions in Holstein dairy cows|
|P-015||Farm Management||Yuta Yanagi||Effect of feeding soybean curd residue on spontaneous oxidized flavor in raw milk|
|P-016||Farm Management||Seon Pil Yoo||Effect of substituting soybean meal with fermented soybean meal on serum metabolites, milk production and milk quality in dairy cows|
|P-017||Farm Management||Oh-Dae Kwon||Development and Evaluation of Broccoli By-product Silage as a Substitutional Ingredient of TMR for Dairy Cows|
|P-018||Farm Management||Dong-kyun Kim||Modeling Dairy Mega Farm by the coception of Least Consumption for Natural Resources per Kg Milk Production|