Experts from the University of Minnesota and the livestock feed industry will provide updates on animal feeding trends at the 69th annual Minnesota Nutrition Conference, Sept. 16-17 at the Holiday Inn in Owatonna, MN.

Highlights include updates on Minnesota research related to feeding dairy and beef cattle, swine and poultry, as well as a keynote speech on calculating the carbon footprint of livestock production.

Cost for the conference is $195 until Sept. 1, $230 after that date; students, $100. To register, go to