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2015 University of Georgia International Poultry Short Course

25 September 2014

US - The purpose of this short course is to provide poultry professionals with an intensive educational experience containing relevant, up to date information critical to efficient modern broiler production and processing.

Topics in the 2015 course will focus on the unique physiology of the modern broiler as related to disease, management and processing.

The University of Georgia Poultry Science faculty who teach these topics are internationally recognised, have decades of "real world" experience and are considered to be among the best in the world in their respective areas of expertise.

The UGA International Poultry Short Course is designed and formatted to be interactive and hands-on.

The 3 ½ -day training is loaded with practical information meant to be directly applied to making a difference to the bottom line of your poultry business. The course will immediately follow the International Production & Processing Exposition (IPPE, 27-29 January ,2015) in Atlanta.

Tuition for the conference is $925, which includes: - All meals from the opening breakfast on Saturday through the morning snack break on Tuesday (Meals include continental breakfasts, morning and afternoon snack breaks, lunches and dinners) - Transportation to and from hotel and UGA Poultry Research Farm - Course notebook in hardcopy and electronic formats - All PPE (personal protective equipment) required for demonstrations and laboratory exercises

Registration for this course includes a free registration for the International Poultry Exposition in Atlanta January 27-29, 2015 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.

Space is limited and registration closes on December 5, 2014, so please register early to ensure acceptance.

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