In-Person
Livestock Feed Mill
Management

Covering all aspects of Livestock Feed Mill; from production process to pelleting, plant visit, and practical exercises.

What You will Learn

Feed Production Process and New Technologies

Livestock Feed Consistency and Accuracy

Pelleting is not an art, but a science

Feed Mill Visit and Group Exercises

Management Techniques for Effectively Running a Feed Mill Plant

Key Learning

Day 1

Feed Production Process and New Technologies

The course starts with an overview of the design, layout and production flow process of feed mill plants and the key machinery and terminology. After discussing the impact of production planning and formulations on mill productivity, there is an introduction to automation and Industry 4.0 and how technology is already impacting the way feed is produced today and is likely to in the future.

 

The afternoon session commences with raw material storage and handling including bin design and management of grains in external silos. It is followed by preparation and management of premix and hand additives and technologies that provide complete traceability and security for prevention of human errors.

 

The day concludes with a discussion on factors affecting energy usage and costs and methods of monitoring and managing energy consumption.

  • Feed Mill Layout and Machinery

  • Production Planning & Formulations

  • Feed Mill Process Automation and Industry 4.0 Technology

  • Energy Management

Day 2

Livestock Feed Consistency and Accuracy

The course starts with an overview of the design, layout and production flow process of feed mill plants and the key machinery and terminology. After discussing the impact of production planning and formulations on mill productivity, there is an introduction to automation and Industry 4.0 and how technology is already impacting the way feed is produced today and is likely to in the future.

 

The afternoon session commences with raw material storage and handling including bin design and management of grains in external silos. It is followed by preparation and management of premix and hand additives and technologies that provide complete traceability and security for prevention of human errors.

 

The day concludes with a discussion on factors affecting energy usage and costs and methods of monitoring and managing energy consumption.

  • Feed Mill Layout and Machinery

  • Production Planning & Formulations

  • Feed Mill Process Automation and Industry 4.0 Technology

  • Energy Management

Day 3

Pelleting is not an Art but a Science

The course starts with an overview of the design, layout and production flow process of feed mill plants and the key machinery and terminology. After discussing the impact of production planning and formulations on mill productivity, there is an introduction to automation and Industry 4.0 and how technology is already impacting the way feed is produced today and is likely to in the future.

 

The afternoon session commences with raw material storage and handling including bin design and management of grains in external silos. It is followed by preparation and management of premix and hand additives and technologies that provide complete traceability and security for prevention of human errors.

 

The day concludes with a discussion on factors affecting energy usage and costs and methods of monitoring and managing energy consumption.

  • Feed Mill Layout and Machinery

  • Production Planning & Formulations

  • Feed Mill Process Automation and Industry 4.0 Technology

  • Energy Management

Program Schedule

Program Dates : February 7-9
Cost : USD $2,000 *

Application Deadline: January 30

* Cost includes meals and coffee breaks during training, excludes flight tickets, and hotel 

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