Full Programme

IDF WDS Daejeon 2018 will begin with the opening ceremony on October 15th

It will feature a leaders’ forum, IDF Forum, 9 conferences, and 3 special sessions over the course of four days. The evening lineup will include a gala dinner and themed events like National Day and Farmers’ Dinner. Technical and Social tours are scheduled on the summit period.

Please refer to the chart below for a detailed schedule.

  • Time Programme
    09:00~10:00
    Registration Desk & Exhibition Area Open
    10:00~11:10
    Opening Ceremony & Keynote Speech

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (201+202), DCC

    Topic : ‘Dairy for the Next Generation !’

    Moderator : Professional MCs

    Time Programme Speaker
    10:00-10:40 Opening Ceremony
    10:40-11:10 Keynote Address “SDGs and Desirable Role of Global Dairy” H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon /
    The 8th Secretary-General of the United Nations
    11:00~12:30
    World Dairy Leader’s Forum

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (201+202), DCC

    Topic : Insight and Vision of Future Dairy Industry; Taking into account technologies, the emerging markets and Asian realities

    Chair : Judith Bryans / President of IDF

    Time Programme Speaker
    11:10 ~ 11:15 Introduction Judith Bryans /
    President of IDF
    11:15 ~ 11:30 Vision of Future Dairy Industry Seon Hee Kim / CEO of Maeil
    Dairies Co., Ltd
    11:30 ~ 11:45 Challenges for the future Michael Dykes /President & CEO of
    International Dairy Foods Association
    11:45 ~ 12:00 The Future of Dairy Technologies Henrik Hauggaard /
    President of Tetra Pak Japan & Korea
    12:00 ~ 12:15 Insights of Dairy Industry Development in Asia : From Asia to the World Minfang Lu / CEO of Mengniu Dairy
    12:15 ~ 12:30 Q&A
    12:30~14:00
    Lunch / Exhibition / Press Release
    14:00~15:30
    IDF Forum

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (201+202), DCC

    Topic : Global Dairy Expertise - Roundtable Forum

    Chair : Caroline Emond / Director General of IDF

    Time Programme Speaker
    14:00-14:20 Why IDF Matters? Caroline Emond /
    Director General of IDF
    14:20-14:40 Annual Report and IDF Achievements 2017-2018 (Video, 2min.) Judith Bryans /
    President of IDF
    14:40-14:42 IDF Work Programme and Strategy 2019-2021 Jean-Marc Delort /
    Chair of the IDF SPCC
    14:42-15:00 Conclusion Judith Bryans /
    President of IDF
    15:00-15:30 Q&A
    16:00~18:00
    Special Conference - ‘The next Decade’

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (201+202), DCC

    Topic : The Next Decade – Plenary Session

    Chair : Jean-Marc Delort / Chair of the IDF SPCC

    Time Programme Speaker
    16:00-16:25 [Plenary Speech] Socio-humanistic contemplation on dairy Industry Kyung-soo Chun /
    Seoul National Univ., KR
    16:25-16:50 Global food market and the role of dairy products Berhe Tekola /
    FAO
    16:50-17:15 Global dairy trend ; Who will produce and consume ? Stephan Hubertus Gay /
    OECD
    17:15-17:40 Challenge to the future ; What to pursue ? Thia Hennessy /
    University College Cork
    17:40-18:00 Panel Discussion
  • Programme
    conference 1
    Dairy Policies And Economics

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (202), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : World Dairy Situation & Overview

    Chair : Gilles Froment / Chair of SCDPE, VP of Pamalat Canada

    09:00-09:25 〔Annual Report〕 World Dairy Situation Report Jurgen Jansen / Zuivel NL
    09:25-09:50 A New Way to Manage U.S. Dairy Farm Price Volatility John Newton / Aerican Farm Bureau Federation, US
    09:50-10:15 Consolidation & restructuring of dairy industry Benoit Rouyer / Cniel, FR
    10:15-10:30 Panel Discussion
    10:30-11:00 Break
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : Dairy Policy in Asia; Experiences and Lessons

    Chair : Suk Jin Cho & SC DPE Member

    11:00-11:25 Overview & Policy of Korean Dairy Industry Byung Hong Park /
    Ministry of Agriculture,
    Food & Rural Affairs, KR
    11:25-11:50 Vietnam Dairy Industry ; Overview & Beyond Nguyen Quoc Khanh / Vinamilk, VN
    11:50-12:15 Dairy Policies and Economics of China Dairy Markets Mingyu Yang / Yili Dairy, CN
    12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion
    12:30-14:00 Lunch /Exhibition /Poster Session
    Session 3
    Session 3

    Topic : Perspectives of Trade Agreements

    Chair : Jean-Marc Delort / Chair of IDF SPCC

    14:00-14:25 EU Dairy growing in Europe & beyond
    - the European Trade Strategy: Trade for all
    Alexander Anton/
    European Dairy Association
    14:25-14:50 The international trade environment and impact for the dairy sector Mike Petersen / New Zealand
    Special Agricultural Envoy (SATE)
    14:50-15:15 Agricultural Trade Policy in the US James Mulhern / U.S.’s National Milk Producers Federation, US
    15:15-15:30 Panel Discussion
    15:30-16:00 Break
    Session 4
    Session 4

    Topic : The Next Market ; Market Opportunities in Emerging Region

    Chair : Véronique Pilet / SC DPE Member

    16:00-16:25 Role of technology in enhancing small holder dairy farmers' income: The Indian Experience Niranjan M Karade /
    National Dairy Development Board, IN
    16:25-16:50 The dairy chain of Latin America : profile of opportunities Ariel Londinsky /
    FEFALE
    16:50-17:15 Experience the future of dairy in Africa Peter M. Ngaruiya /
    ESADA
    17:15-17:30 Panel Discussion
    conference 2
    Farm Management

    Room : 1F Room (101+102), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : Dairy animal for the future ; Bidodiversity, animal breeding, innovation in animals

    Chair : Jong Kyu Ha / Seoul National Univ. KR

    09:00-09:25 Animal breeding for the future: using new data sources for breeding and management Matthew Shaffer / Datagene, AU
    09:25-09:50 The role of grassland based production system for sustainable protein production Jean-Louis Peyraud / INRA, FR
    09:50-10:15 Management of antimicrobial resistance in dairy farms Jang Won Yoon /
    Kangwon National Univ., KR
    10:15-10:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    10:30-11:00 Break
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : People ; Skills for future, successor, and mental welfare

    Chair : Andrew Hoggard (Federated Farmers, NZ)

    11:00-11:25 Labor supply and succession in Korean dairy farming Yong Suk Son / Korea Univ., KR
    11:25-11:50 Enticing the next generation into farming Chris Lewis / Federated Farmers, NZ
    11:50-12:15 How farmers have developed their businesses in the last 20 years and what they see as the challenges to develop in the future David Cotton / Bridge Farm, UK
    12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    12:30-14:00 Lunch / Exhibition / Poster Session
    Session 3
    Session 3

    Topic : Farming for the future

    Chair : Helen Dornom / Dairy Australia, AU

    14:00-14:40 The Future of milk : challenges and opportunities Martin Scholten /
    Wageningen Univ., NL
    14:40-15:10 Mitigating and managing the impact of distruptions in the dairy value chain Koos Coetzee / MPO, SA
    15:10-15:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    15:30-16:00 Break
    Session 4
    Session 4

    Topic : Leading farmer’s view

    Chair : Caroline Emond / Director General of IDF

    16:00-17:00 [Panel Discussion]
    Farmers have developed their businesses in the last 20 years and what they see as the challenges to develop in the future?
    [Panels]
    • 1. Andrew Hoggard / Federated Farmers, NZ
    • 2. South African Farmers Organization
    • 3. Korean / Asian
    • 4. US Farmer
    • 5. South America
    • 6. Liang Ren / Heilongjiang Kedong Heping Yuan Sheng Tai Dairy Farm limited
    conference 3
    IDF 6th Symposium on Science and Technology of Fermented Milk

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (201), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : Innovation in Fermented Dairy for Human Well-being

    Chair : Suk-Ho Choi / Sangji Univ., KR

    09:00-09:25 Fermented foods with the potential to fight disease and improve nutrition Seppo Salminen /
    University of Turku, FI
    09:25-09:50 Fermented milk and gut cancer In Kyu Lee /
    Catholic Univ St. Mary Hospital, KR
    09:50-10:15 Challenges of synthesizing (GABA) in milk and yogurt by a novel strain of Lactobacillus brevis Nagendra Shah /
    University of Hong Kong
    10:15-10:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    10:30-11:00 Break
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : New Developments in Fermented Dairy

    Chair : David Everett / California Polytechnic State Univ., USA

    11:00-11:25 Impact of milk fermentation on the inflammatory, transcriptomics and metabolomics profiles of human subjects having ingested dairy products Guy Vergéres / Swiss Agroscope, CH
    11:25-11:50 Do fermented milk products combat disease? Mansel Griffiths /
    University of Guelph, CA
    11:50-12:15 Probiotic Yoghurt: the importance of science and regulation for the consumer Bruno Pot / Yakult Euro, BE
    12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    12:30-14:00 Lunch / Exhibition / Poster Session
    Session 3
    Session 3

    Topic : Exploration of Novel Ingredients for Fermented Dairy

    Chair : Sehun Kim / Korea Univ., KR

    14:00-14:25 Functional lactic acid bacteria as new ingredients of fermented milks Sungsik Jang /
    Yakult Korea
    14:25-14:50 Milk protein hydrolysate-calcium complexes as a promising ingredient for bone health in dairy products Xueying Mao / 
    China Agricultural Univ., CN
    14:50-15:15 Indian Traditional Dairy Products – Process and Product Development DK Sharma /
    National Dairy Development
    Board, IN
    15:15-15:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    15:30-16:00 Break
    Session 4
    Session 4

    Topic : Promise & Challenges in the Fermented Dairy

    Chair : Seung-Yong Park / Yonam College, KR

    16:00-16:25 Growth Opportunities and Innovations in Yogurts Kwangsei Lim / Danone Pulmuone, KR
    16:25-16:50 Beneficial function of Bifidobacterium breve A1 for maintaining cognitive function in Alzhheimer’s disease model mouse Yodai Kobayashi / Morinaga Milk, JP
    16:50-17:15 Biochemical and Molecular Study of a New Species, Weissella jogaejeotgali Suggests a New Potential Probiotic Strain Juhoon Lee / Kyunghee Univ., KR
    17:15-17:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    Special Session
    School Milk for the future

    Room : 3F Conference Hall (Auditorium), DCC

    Part Time Programme Speaker
    Session
    Part 1

    Topic : School Milk Policies by countries

    Chair : Kyeong Sook Yim / The University of Suwon, KR

    14:00-14:05 Introduction Yong Hun Song /
    Seoul Dairy Cooperative, KR
    14:05-14:30 School Milk Policy in Korea and Current Situation Jihyun Yoon / Seoul National Univ., KR
    14:30-14:55 School Milk Policy in China Qian Zhang / National Institute for Nutrition & Health, CN
    14:55-15:20 Turkish Dairy Sector and School Milk Policy Nevzat Artik / IDF Turkey
    15:20-15:45 School milk policy and calcium intake among school children in Japan Miho Nozue / Tokoha Univ., JP
    15:45-16:15 Break
    Part 2

    Topic : Global perspective on School milk program

    Chair : Youn-Soo Cha / Chonbuk National Univ., KR

    16:15-16:35 Contribution of school milk programmes to the nutrition of children worldwide Judith Bryans / President of IDF
    16:35-17:00 School milk programmes as part of the Asian Dairy Challenge Narongrit Wongsuwan / Dairy Faming
    Promotion Organization of Thailand
    17:00-17:25 Effect of school milk – a global overview Rafael Fabrega / Tetral Laval Food for Development, SE
    17:25-18:00 Panel Discussion / Q&A
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    Programme
    conference 4
    Marketing

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (202), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : The latest updates on food trends in the market place
                   Joint Dairy Policies and Economics / Marketing Session(with SCDPE)

    Chair : Ida Berg Hauge / Chair of SCM, NO

    09:00-09:05 Introduction Ida Berg Hauge /
    Chair of SCM, NO
    09:05-09:40 Current Food and Dairy Trends James caffyn /
    Gira, UK
    09:40-10:05 Consumption & Marketing Trend of Dairy Products in Korea Min Kyoung Kim /
    Konkuk Univ., KR
    10:05-10:30 Japanese Economy and Market Yoshiharu Shimizuike /
    Hokkaido Univ., JP
    10:30-10:50 Break
    10:50-11:30 The Dairy Divergence ; trends in Dairy Consumption in North America Matthew Gould /
    Dairy Market Analysis, US
    11:30-13:00 IMP Trophy Presentation (1.5hour) / Lunch
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : Opportunities and Challenges in Dairy
    (Part 1 : Dairy Product Innovation)

    Chair : Richard Walton / Meiji

    13:00-13:05 Introduction Richard Walton /
    Meiji
    13:05-13:40 Boldly Facing the Future of Dairy Juliette de Nettancourt /
    Zenith
    13:40-14:00 Innovation and the Chile Market Octavio Oltra/
    Consorcio Lechero, CL
    14:00-14:25 Innovation and the Chinese Market Gerrit Smit / Yili Dairy, CN
    14:25-14:45 Innovation and the Japanese Market Yoko Kaji /
    Tetra Pak, JP
    14:45-15:05 Innovation and the North American Market Bill Graves /
    Dairy Management Inc., US
    15:05-15:20 Break
    Session 3
    Session 3

    Topic : Opportunities and Challenges in Dairy
    (Part 2 : Dairy Marketing Strategies)

    Chair : Mike Johnston / Dairy Council for Northern Ireland

    15:20-15:25 Introduction Mike Johnston /
    Dairy Council for
    Northern Ireland, IE
    15:25-15:50 European Case Study (AHDB’s work on Millennials) Rebecca Miah-Tonkinson /
    AHDB, UK
    15:50-16:10 Global Case Study “World Milk Day” Jerreau Beaudoin /
    GDP, US
    16:10-16:30 Milk vs Plant Based Alternatives Laurent Damiens /
    Cniel, FR
    16:30-17:00 Roundtable Discussion
    conference 5
    Food Safety

    Topic : Practical Management for the safety of Dairy Foods, Present and Future

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (201), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Keynote Address
    Keynote Address

    Chair : Sung-Sik Yoon / Yonsei Univ., KR

    09:00-09:40 Global Cooperation of Codex and other international bodies such as IDF Tom Heilandt / Codex
    09:40-10:00 Break
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : Challenges of Food Safety and Regulation

    Chair : Mun-Gi Sohn / Kyunghee Univ., KR

    10:00-10:25 Practical Food Safety Management :
    Challenges to Food Safety from Both Consumers' Values & the Unintended Consequences from Well-Intentioned Regulations
    Justin Bendall / Fonterra, NZ
    10:25-10:50 Principles for establishing maximum residue limits for veterinary drugs and pesticides and maximum levels for contaminants in dairy foods in the Codex Alimentarius Commission Yukiko Yamada / MAFF, JP
    10:50-11:15 The incompatibilities of regional and global limits/method standards(highlighting the relevant joint work of IDF, ISO and AOAC in Codex/JECFAF Erik Konings /
    Nestlé Research Center, CH
    11:15-11:40 The comparison of Korean and Codex limits for MRLs of chemical residues in dairy foods Sang-Hee Jeong / Hoseo Univ., KR
    11:40-12:15 Genomic approach for safety and quality control of microbial Food cultures (MFC) in fermented dairy foods Byoung-Yong Kim / ChunLab, KR
    12:15-14:00 Break
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : Safety Management, Beyond Food Crisis

    Chair : Yao SU / China National Research Institute of Food & Fermentation Industries, CN

    14:00-14:25 Actions taken since the melamine crisis. What has been implemented? Hong Zhu /
    Junlebado Dairy Group, CN
    14:25-14:50 Recent food safety accident(Listeria Outbreak in South Africa) : What can be changed in dairy food sector? François Bourdichon /
    SCMH Deputy Chair, FR
    14:50-15:15 Current and potential uses of Phages in milk and dairy sector. Could it be a future in LMIC’s dairy industry? Olivia McAuliffe/
    Teagasc, IE
    15:15-15:40 Matrix complexity of dairy foods for chemical analysis :
    Burden between sample preparation and instrumental analysis
    Jang-Hyuk Anh /
    Cha Univ., KR
    15:40-16:15 Nanotechnology and Dairy Food Safety Andrew Bartholomaeus /
    University of Canberra, AU
    16:15-17:00 Break
    Session 3
    Session 3

    Topic : Food Safety Experts Forum

    Chair : Harrie van der Bijgaart / Qlip, NL

    17:00-18:00 [Panel Discussion] [Panels]
    • Moon-Gi Sohn / Kyounghee Univ., KR
    • Yao SU / China National Research Institute of Food & Fermentation Industries, CN
    • Erik Konings / SPCC, CH
    • Yukiko Yamada / MAFF, JP
    • François Bourdichon / SCMH Deputy Chair, FR
    • Sang-Hee Jeong / Hoseo Univ., KR
    • Tom Heilandt / Codex, FAO, WHO
    • Maria Sanchez Mainar / IDF
    conference 6
    Environment

    Room : 1F Room (101+102), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : Sustainable dairy from an economic perspective

    Chair : Jaap Petraus / Friesland Campina

    09:00-09:25 Society, equity and livestock in Africa : dairy perspective Solange Uwituze / Rwanda Agriculture and Animal Resources Development Board
    09:25-09:50 Dairy Development’s Impact on Poverty Reduction Ernesto Reyes / IFCN, DE
    09:50-10:15 A Dairy Industry Framework to Drive and Communicate Continuous Sustainability Improvement Michel Donat / Nestle, SA
    10:15-10:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    10:30-11:00 Break
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : Analysis on environmental issues ; from farm to table

    Chair : Brian Lindsay / DSF

    11:00-11:20 The LEAP guidance methodology for the dairy sector :
    challenges and opportunities
    Camillo De Camillis / AGAL, FAO
    11:20-11:40 Dairy and biodiversity ; feedback from IDF guidelines Jaap Petraeus / Friesland Campina, NL
    11:40-12:00 Water : accounting for its use and impacts by the dairy sector Shinichi Kume / Kyoto Univ., JP
    12:00-12:15 Accounting for carbon sequestration : opportunities and challenges Anna Flysjö / Arla Foods, DK
    12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    12:30-14:00 Lunch / Exhibition / Poster Session
    Session 3
    Session 3

    Topic : Environmental pollution reduction approaches ; recent trends and optimal solution

    Chair : Piercristiano Brazzale / IDF SPCC member on Environment

    14:00-14:25 Silvopastoral Systems : contributions to Livestock and to the Sustainable Development in Tropical regions Fabiana Villa Alves / Embrapa, BR
    14:25-14:50 Wastewater management at processing level Pierre Barrucand / Actalia, FR
    14:50-15:15 Drive Environmental Excellence together with Dairies Lilly Li / Tetra Pak, CH
    15:15-15:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    15:30-16:00 Break
    Session 4
    Session 4

    Topic : Intersection of nutritional benefits and environment ; sustainable perspective

    Chair : Ying Wang / Chair of Standing Committee on Environment

    16:00-16:30 Towards a definition of a healthy and sustainable diet : Is ‘eat a less animal and more plant-based diet’ a guarantee for decreasing the environmental footprint? Stephan Peters / NZO, NL
    16:30-17:00 Quantification of economic and environmental impact for sustainable dairy cow system in Korea Chun-youl Baek / Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, KR
    17:00-17:30 The complexity of food system Ying Wang / Innovation Center for US Dairy
    17:30-18:00 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    Special Session
    ICT Smart Farm

    Room : 3F Conference Hall (Auditorium), DCC

    Part Time Programme Speaker
    Part 1
    Part 1

    Topic : Hardware on ICT Farming

    Chair : Seong Won Seo / Chungnam National Univ., KR

    09:00-09:25 Fighting bimodality in milk flow with the use of cow individual data within Robotic Milking System Timo Joosten / Lely International, FR
    09:25-09:50 Bio-Sensors: the present and the future
    - Overview of recently developed sensors to gather physiological status of cows
    Hen Honig / Agricultural Research Organization Volcani Center, IL
    09:50-10:15 Internet of things (IoT) and clouding for the smart farming: Integration and Control
    - How to integrate different types of machines and network and present to the users for decision making and controls
    Soichiro Honda / Farm Note, JP
    10:15-11:00 Break
    Part 2
    Part 2

    Topic : Software on ICT Farming

    Chair : Henk Hogeveen / Wageningen Univ., NL

    11:00-11:25 ICT based SMART dairy farming in Korea Jun-Yeob Lee /
    National Institute of Animal Science, KR
    11:25-11:50 The central role of modeling for precision farming applications Luis Tedeschi /
    Texas A&M Univ., US
    11:50-12:15 Integrating big data within the decision making process Laurence Shalloo / Teagasc, IE
    12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
  • Programme
    conference 7
    Nutrition and Health

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (201), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : Do we really need to eat less dairy product to reduce fat, sugar, and salt intake?

    Chair : Sylvie Turgeon / University Laval, CA

    09:00-09:25 The need to increase the consumption of dairy
    products to promote health in Korea
    Hyun-Kyung Moon /
    Dankook Univ., KR
    09:25-09:50 Drinking more milk is associated with less salt intake and improves dietary sodium-to-potassium ratio in Japanese diet - A new strategy to prevent cardiovascular diseases Nagako Okuda / 
    University of Human Arts & Sciences, JP
    09:50-10:15 Health effects of dairy fat, eaten in a Cheese Matrix Emma Feeney /
    University College Dublin , IE
    10:15-10:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    10:30-11:00 Break
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : Nutritional differences between milk and alternatives

    Chair : Young Yun Cho / The Korean Dietetic Association

    11:00-11:25 Overview of nutritional differences between dairy and alternatives Ji A Jung /
    Maeil Dairies Co., Ltd, KR
    11:25-11:50 Nutritional approaches against microgravity-mediated muscle atrophy : Differences between animal protein and plant protein Takeshi Nikawa / 
    Tokushma Univ., JP
    11:50-12:15 Milk vs plant-based drinks Laurent Damiens /
    CNIEL, FR
    12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    12:30-14:00 Lunch / Exhibition / Poster Session
    conference 8
    Animal Health and Welfare

    Room : 3F Conference Hall (Auditorium), DCC

    Session Time Programme Speaker
    Session 1
    Session 1

    Topic : Current preventive policies for major infectious disease of dairy cow

    Chair : Olav Østerås(TINE, NO) & Tim Mackle(DairyNZ)

    09:00-09:25 Mycoplasma bovis and the new outbreaks Tim Mackle /
    Diary NZ
    09:25-09:50 A global perspective on the challenges of Paratuberculosis control David Kelton / 
    University of Guelph, CA
    09:50-10:15 Development of multivalent toxoid vaccine for staphylococcal bovine mastitis Keun Seok Seo / 
    Mississippi State Univ., US
    10:15-10:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    10:30-11:00 Break
    Session 2
    Session 2

    Topic : Management of antimicrobial resistance by countries : policies and lessons

    Chair : Yong Ho Park / Seoul National Univ., KR & Elisabeth Erlacher Vindel / OIE, FR

    11:00-11:25 OIE strategy on AMR and the Prudent Use of Antimicrobials Elisabeth Erlacher Vindel /
    OIE, FR
    11:25-11:50 Intergovernmental Task Force on Antimicrobial Resistance Yong Ho Park / 
    Seoul National Univ., KR
    11:50-12:15 Healthy dairy farming with less antimicrobials:
    evaluation of a 10-year programme in the Netherlands
    Tine van Werven / 
    Utrecht Univ., NL
    12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    12:30-14:00 Lunch / Exhibition / Poster Session
    Session 3
    Session 3

    Topic: Economics of animal welfare/health ; from various perspectives – Consumer, animal and dairy farmer

    Chair: David Cotton / Bridge Farm, UK

    14:00-14:25 Animal health from an economic perspective: Opportunities to increase animal health and profitability Henk Hogeveen / 
    Wageningen Univ., NL
    14:25-14:50 The consumer value of animal welfare Susie Stannard / AHDB, UK
    14:50-15:15 Economics of improved reproductive performance in Thai dairy cow Chaidate Inchaisri / 
    Chulalongkorn Univ., TH
    15:15-15:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    15:30-16:00 Break
    Session 4
    Session 4

    Topic : Proposal for animal welfare improvement ; policies by countries

    Chair : Jenny Jago (DairyNZ) & Shusuke Sato(Teikyo University of Science)

    16:00-16:25 How to move forward on the “5 Freedoms model" and the "5 Domains model" on animal welfare from the view of animal handler Shusuke Sato / 
    Teikyo University of Science, JP
    16:25-16:50 Animal welfare programmes for dairy cattle: Canada perspective Jeffrey P. Rushen /
    University of British Columbia, CA
    16:50-17:15 The Norwegian animal welfare index. An example of application of OIE and ISO standard using the animal recording system Olav Østerås /
    TINE, NO
    17:15-17:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A
    Special Session
    Fermented Dairy : Health Benefits

    Room : 2F Grand Ballroom (202), DCC

    Part Time Programme Speaker
    Part 1
    Part 1

    Topic : Fermented milk : gut microbiom and health promotion

    Chair : Dae Kyung Kang / Dankook Univ., KR & Yvette Soustre /Cniel, FR

    14:00-14:25 Interplay between microbiota and gastrointestinal disease Jihyun F. Kim / Yonsei Univ., KR
    14:25-14:50 Gut microbiota-based therapy for gastrointestinal diseases Yong Sung Kim / Wonkwang Univ., KR
    14:50-15:15 Probiotics and the gut-brain axis: effects on physical and mental symptoms of stress Kensei Nishida / Tokushima Univ., JP
    15:15-15:40 How to develop probiotics as an evidence
    -based functional medicine?
    Sin-Hyeog Im / IBS / POSTEC, KR
    15:40-16:00 Break
    16:00-16:25 The beneficial impact of cheese on gut health and the gut microbiota Christophe Chassard / INRA, FR
    16:25-16:50 ‘Kefir – a gut health-promoting fermented dairy food?’ Paul D. Cotter / Teagasc, IE
    16:50-17:30 Panel Discussion / Q&A

※ Detailed schedule will be announced later