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IPPE 2018

Novus is proud to join the best in the poultry industry as we travel to Atlanta, Georgia, USA to discuss the latest in an array of research, technology and solutions aimed at improving the efficiency, profitability and sustainability of global meat and egg production. Stop by our booth for an exclusive look at some of the most innovative research on gut health, meat quality and epigenetics.

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Novus at IPSF

Novus has been a leader in the animal nutrition industry for decades with research as the foundation behind every product and application. With some of the best scientists in the world, Novus’s research and development team continues to push boundaries and discover new ways for producers to improve their efficiency, productivity and overall business success. Gain insight into the latest research being conducted at Novus by attending the IPSF presentations.


Pushing Boundaries Happy Hour

Visit the Novus booth in Hall C, #2841 on Tuesday afternoon (January 30) beginning at 4p.m. and enjoy complementary beverages with friends and colleagues.

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Pushing Boundaries Cocktail Party

Don’t miss the annual Novus Cocktail party! Join us for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the Dogwood Room at the Omni Hotel with a diverse group of poultry industry professionals and friends. Stop by between 5-7 p.m. or spend your entire evening with us. See you there!

Happy Hour - Novus

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