National Livestock Wellbeing Seminars
The University of Adelaide is hosting livestock wellbeing seminars to bring together the latest in fundamental and applied sciences within the livestock industry.
Join our industry and research partners as we discuss opportunities for the improvement of wellbeing at all stages of life, leading to increased productivity and community support.
Our decadal vision is that by 2030, Australia will have created the tools, therapies and practices to enable a global transformation of livestock wellbeing, designed to create thriving and productive cattle, sheep and pig industries with local and global market appeal.
This will protect and grow Australia’s livestock reputation and export markets for our products, technology and know-how.
Our seminars are available online via Zoom at 12:30pm Adelaide (ACST); 1pm east coast; and 11am Perth.
|Date||Theme||Key Note||Data Snapshot|
|Tuesday 8 December 2020||Microbiome Story (Nutritional & Gut/Brain)||
Associate Professor Elisa Hill
|Tuesday 9 February 2021||Infection Resilience||Brad Hine
University of New England
Dr Karren Plain
Professor Darren Trott
|Tuesday 9 March 2021||
New Technologies & Sensors (Heat Stress & Measurement)
|Professor Rob McLaughlin
University of Adelaide
Davies Livestock Research Centre