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Wednesday, April 01 2020 - 19:20
EW Nutrition Launches Industry-leading Webinar Series With Topical Antimicrobial Resistance Twin Sessions
VISBEK, Germany, April 1, 2020 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Yesterday, German-based company EW Nutrition took a first step toward serving 
the animal production industry in these challenging times. The in-feed and 
on-farm solutions company has started a series of topical webinars on 
challenging issues such as neonatal pig management, poultry gut health and many 
more topics.

The first webinar opening the Partners in Progress – Connect series was The 
silent epidemic: Antimicrobial resistance. How to prevent the next crisis. The 
event took place in two separate sessions, at 11am CET and 5pm CET, to better 
serve industry practitioners across all time zones.

The host of these twin events was Dutch expert Twan van Gerwe, Global Technical 
Manager, Poultry, joined by Fellipe Barbosa, Global Technical Manager for 
Swine, and Andreas Michels, Head of Biotechnology at EW Nutrition. With over 
400 participants in attendance, the webinars offered a presentation on the most 
recent research and insights into how AMR affects the animal production 
industry and consequently human health. This was followed by a session of 
questions and answers in which all three experts provided detailed replies to 
audience members seeking more specific information.

The series is set to continue with a twin webinar event on Gut health: Managing 
the interaction of myco- and endotoxins in poultry production. These sessions 
will be hosted by Marisabel Caballero, Global Technical Manager, Poultry, and 
address the topic of gut endotoxins, their interactions with feed-borne 
mycotoxins and their effects in animal welfare, health and productivity. The 
English session will take place on April 8 at 8am CET and 5pm CET, and a twin 
Spanish twin session is scheduled on April 15, at 11am and 5pm.

Press contact:
Julia Wolf 

Source: EW Nutrition GmbH