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1:00 PM

Symbolism for the advisor and the mentor - remembering Dr. David Sklan. M. Sifri, ADM Alliance Nutrition, Inc., Quincy, IL.

1:15 PM

Embryonic and neonatal (parinatal) imprinting: (a team presentation): 1. Introductions, definitions and overview. P. R. Ferket, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

1:30 PM

Embryonic and neonatal (parinatal) imprinting: (a team presentation): 2. Molecular and biological mechanisms. C. M.Ashwel, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

2:00 PM

Embryonic and neonatal (parinatal) imprinting: (a team presentation): 3. Maternal and developmental impact. Z. Uni, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel.

2:30 PM

Break

2:40 PM

Awards and Recognitions.

3:00 PM

Embryonic and neonatal (parinatal) imprinting: (a team presentation): 4. Embryonic and neonatal nutritional and environmental status. P. R. Ferket, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

3:30 PM

Oral immune tolerance in birds and mammals: the digestive tract development determines the strategy. A. Friedman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel.

4:00 PM

Microbial imprinting in gut development and health. J. Dibner, Novus International, St. Charles, MO.

4:30 PM

Discussions, conclusions, messages and recommendations. W. Guenter1 and M. E. Cook2, 1University of Manitoba, Canada, 2University of Wisconsin, Madison.

5:15 PM

Adjourn with a meaningful message.

Informal Nutrition Symposium The Impact of Imprinting on Biological and Economic Performance of Animals Chair: Mamduh Sifri, ADM Alliance Nutrition, Inc. 214 A

Monday, July 9

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

M1

Analysis of the association of parity, body condition and lactation feed intake with claw lesions in breeding sows. S. S. Anil*, L. Anil, and J. Deen, University of Minnesota, St Paul.

M2

Analysis of the association of claw lesions with lameness in breeding sows. L. Anil*, S. S. Anil, and J. Deen, University of Minnesota, St Paul.

Animal Behavior & Well-Being - Livestock and Poultry I Exhibit Hall C

M3

Analysis of the association of periparturient risk factors with sow longevity. L. Anil*, S. S Anil, and J. Deen, University of Minnesota, St Paul.

M4

Stress level of steers in long distance transport in Japanese four seasons. T. Ishiwata*, K. Uetake, Y. Eguchi, and T. Tanaka, Azabu University, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan.

M5

Welfare assessment of cattle transported in Japan. K. Uetake*, T. Ishiwata, Y. Eguchi, and T. Tanaka, Azabu University, Sagamihara,

Kanagawa, Japan.

M6

S p i r i t o f h u m a n e . J . M . R e g e n s t e i n * 1 , J . M o s e s 2 , a n d L . J a c o b y 2 , 1 C o r n e l l U n i v e r s i t y , I t h a c a , N Y , 2 S h e p h e r d S o n g F a r m s , D o w n i n g , W I .

M7

Comparison of beak trimming methods on early broiler breeder performance. S. N. Henderson*1, J. T. Barton2, W. J. Kuenzel1, A. D. Wolfenden1, S. E. Higgins1, J. P. Higgins1, C. A. Lester1, G. I. Tellez1, and B. M. Hargis1, 1University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2Tyson Foods, Springdale, AR.

M8

Analysis of the incidence of claw lesions in breeding sows. S. S. Anil*, L. Anil, and J. Deen, University of Minnesota, St Paul.

M9

Effect of the presence of hungy conspecifics in the stress and weight gains of recently weaned lambs. J. Rojas, R. Vázquez, F. I. Flores-

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