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Crops institute holds soybean webinar series

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Kim Koch

The Northern Crops Institute located on the NDSU campus recently held the first installment of its four-part Fullfat Soybean Meal Webinar series. This month’s webinar was titled “Feeding Fullfat Soybean Meal to Swine.”

More than 100 participated in the webinar, which brought together people from around the world to discuss the nuances and implications of feeding fullfat soybean meal to swine.

The webinar also provided attendees the opportunity to learn from industry experts as well as the authors of the Northern Crops Institute Fullfat Soybean Meal Handbook. The 80-page handbook discusses processing and feeding of fullfat soybean meal to the major animal groups. With the purchase of the handbook, readers receive free admission to webinars on feeding fullfat soybean meal to swine, poultry, ruminants and aquaculture.

“I was very pleased with the turn out,” said Kim Koch, institute feed production center manager. “We had excellent questions from the participants. The presenters made an excellent team and provided the participants with an exciting program that should send them to the handbook and give fullfat soybean a second look.”

The remaining webinar schedule is:

• Feeding Fullfat Soybean Meal to Poultry

Wednesday, Aug.19, at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. CDT

Participants will learn from Robert Swick, author of the chapter on feeding fullfat soybean meal in poultry diets.

• Feeding Fullfat Soybean Meal to Ruminants

Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. CDT

Attendees will hear from Alvaro Garcia, one of the authors of the chapter on feeding fullfat soybean meal in ruminant diets.

• Feeding Fullfat Soybean Meal to Aquaculture

Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. CDT

The webinar will be conducted by Mike Brown, author of the chapter on feeding fullfat soybean meal in aquaculture diets.

Visit the institute’s webpage to purchase the Northern Crops Institute Fullfat Soybean Meal Handbook and gain access to the webinars.

Additionally, a recording of the “Feeding Fullfat Soybean Meal to Swine” webinar is available. After purchasing the handbook, a link will be provided to access it.


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