October 02, 2015

02/10/2015: IFF Practical Course: Fundamentals in feed-compounding technology, 12 to 16 October 2015

Research Institute of Feed Technology of IFF D-Braunschweig, Frickenmühle 1A

Start: Monday, 12 October 2015, 09:00 am
Close: Friday, 16 October 2015, around 14:00 pm

Forschungsinstitut Futtermitteltechnik der Internationalen Forschungsgemeinschaft
Futtermitteltechnik e.V.
Research Institute of Feed Technology of IFF
Frickenmühle 1A
D-38110 Braunschweig

Admission fees:

For the first participant of a company the admission fee is for
members of IFF €1400.00
non-members €1900.00

For each further participant of the same company the admission fee is for
members of IFF €1100.00
non-members €1500.00

The admission fee is tax-free according to §4, No 22 UStG (German value added tax act). The fee includes documents, soft drinks and lunch
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After the registration deadline we will send you a preliminary list of participants.
A location plan of our institute can be downloaded from our website www.iff-braunschweig.de.
Binding registration by 2 October 2015 at Forschungsinstitut Futtermitteltechnik der IFF Frickenmühle 1A, D-38110 Braunschweig
phone: +49 (0) 5307 / 92 22-0
fax: +49 (0) 5307 / 92 22-37
e-mail: iff@iff-braunschweig.de
internet: www.iff-braunschweig.de

The participation becomes binding after confirmation of the Research Institute of IFF. If the registration will be cancelled by the participant by 10 days before the course starts, a service charge in the amount of €150.00 will be invoiced. Thereafter or should the participant fail to appear, we will charge the full admission fee. A substitute can be delegated.

We have booked a limited contingent of rooms at:
balladins SUPERIOR Hotel Braunschweig
Hauptstraße 48 b, D-38110 Braunschweig
phone: +49(0)5307/2090, fax: +49(0)5307/209400,
e-mail: braunschweig@balladins-hotels.com
The price is €77.00 per night/room. Breakfast is included.

The feed industry has to meet manifold requirements in its function as reliable partner in the chain for the production of foods of animal origin.
In view of the dynamic developments of the market, there are considerable efforts necessary for safeguarding the competitiveness.
Based on both class education and practical experiences, updating, extension and refreshment of required knowledge for an economic and safe compound-feed production is given. Furthermore, attention will be paid to the use of various resources and quality control.

Target group:
This course is intended for advisors, technical staff and other interested personal working in the feed industry. It is also recommended to employees of the supplying industry, nutritionists and policy makers.

The following topics will be covered:
• Basic processes in compound-feed production
• Efficient management of raw materials
• Legal requirements
• Admissible and practical tolerances, undesired materials
• Milling and evaluation of the milling success (with practical training)
• Material properties
• Sample taking and partitioning
• Dosing
• Mixing (with practical training)
• Carryover and cross-contamination
• Steam generation, steam properties and conditioning
• Pelleting and pellet quality (with practical training)
• Cooling and drying
• Expanding (with practical training)
• Extrusion
• HACCP in feed mills
• Vacuum coating
• Hygienising of compound feed
• Post pelleting application (PPA) and bulk blending
• Production of premixes
• Constructive explosion protection
• Energy saving
• Basics of animal nutrition

Experience and knowledge will be imparted in updated lectures, seminars and discussions. Enhanced practical courses on selected subjects shall illustrate the contents brought forward.
Each participant receives a workbook containing all lectures and documents.
The attendance at the course will be attested.
The successful participation in a written examination on available and acquired knowhow will be certified.
The successful graduation can be used as proof of the technical know-how.
(In Germany: acc. to FuttMV and VO (EG) 183/2005)
The lectures will be given in English language.

Please consider the special discount for the participation of multiple employees of a company.

Read more HERE.

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