University of Illinois debuts new Feed Technology Center


URBANA, ILLINOIS, US — The University of Illinois’ Feed Technology Center is now complete and open for business.

The university opted to celebrate the opening of the new facility with a video series and fact sheet instead of an in-person event. 

The Feed Technology Center is part of the University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) program that is dedicated to advancing feed technology and animal nutrition. 

“One of the best things about this new facility is we can bring people in from all over the world to participate in continuing education, trainings on different technology, feed science and livestock nutrition,” said Kim Kedwell, dean of the College of Aces, in the video. “It’ll be an exciting place to bring industry and academia together to train people in the cutting-edge technologies in feed science from all over the world.”

The 12,000-square-foot facility replaces a 95-year-old feed…

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