Australian Poultry Science Symposium 2011

Proceedings of the Symposium, which was held at the University of Sydney on 14 to 16 February 2011.
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The Symposium was organised by the Poultry Research Foundation of the University of Sydney and the Australian branch of the World's Poultry Science Association (WPSA).

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  • The Significant Contribution of John. L. Barnett to Poultry Welfare Research - G.M. Cronin, P.C. Glatz and P.H. Hemsworth

Management of Bird Health through Good Nutrition

  • Crude Protein 'Requirement' and Maintenance of the Intestine - E.T. Moran – Auburn University, USA

  • Correlation between Variable Broiler Performance and Gene Expression and Microflora in the Gut - R.J. Moore, D.Stanley, B.M. Konsak, V.R. Haring, R.J. Hughes, M.S. Geier and T.M. Crowley – CSIRO Livestock Industries, Australia

  • Caecal Microflora Composition of Broilers Fed Sorghum Diets Containing Feed Enzymes - H.M.S. Faizah, A. Maguire, K. Harper, A. Sultan, X. Li, A.V. Klieve and W.L Bryden – University of Queensland, Australia

  • Quantitative Analyses of Genes Associated with Mucin Production and Host Inflammatory Response of Broiler Chickens with Induced Necrotic Enteritis - R.E.A. Forder, G.S. Nattrass, M.S. Geier, R.J.Hughes and P.I. Hynd – University of Adelaide, Australia

  • Phytate and the Thermodynamics of Water - A.J. Cowieson and N.P. Cowieson – University of Sydney, Australia

  • Effects of Nutrition on Water Intake and Litter Moisture on Broiler Chickens - K.H. Huang, C. Kemp and C. Fisher – Aviagen Inc. USA

  • Calcium and Phosphorus Requirements in Broilers and Laying Hens - R. Angel – University of Maryland, USA

  • Challenges Facing the Global Poultry Industry until 2020 - A.M. Penz Jr and D.G. Bruno – Provimi America Latina, Brazil

  • Utilising the Latest Developments in Animal Nutrition, Nutrigenomics, to Optimise the Antioxidant Status of Broilers - A. Leary and A. Kocher – Alltech Biotechnology, Thailand

  • Growth Performance and Energy Utilisation of Broiler Chickens on Triticale-Based Diets - A.P. Widodo, J.V. Nolan and P.A. Iji – University of New England, Australia

  • Effects of a Commercial Pellet Binder and Moisture Addition on Pellet Quality and, the Performance and Nutrient Utilisation of Broilers - M.R. Abdollahi, D.V. Thomas, T.J. Webster, G. Ravindran and V. Ravindran – Massey University, New Zealand

  • Predicting Variations in Total and Phytate Phosphorus in Raw Materials of Plant Origin - C.G. Olnood, Y.G. Liu and C. Gady – Adisseo Asia Pacific, Singapore

  • Maturation of Fowl Sperm Binding Capacity to the Epithelium of the Sperm Storage Tubules and Longevity in the Male Reproductive Tract - M.U. Ahammad, C. Nishino, H. Tatemoto, S. Okamoto, Y.Kawamoto and T. Nakada – University of Ryukyus, Japan

  • Scope for the High Inclusion of Sorghum Distillers' Dried Grains with Solubles in Broiler Chicken Diets - M.R. Barekatain, M. Choct and P.A. Iji – University of New England, Australia

  • Responsiveness of High Screenings and Commercial Cereal Grains to a Blend of Xylanase and Phytase Enzyme Products - R.J. Hughes, M.S. Geier, J.L. Black, A.M. Tredrea, S. Diffey and S. G. Nielsen – SARDI, Australia

  • The Response of a Combines NSP-Degrading Enzyme and Phytase in Laying Hens Fed on Corn Based Diets - Y.G. Liu, C.G. Olnood, P. Dalibard and P. Geraert – Adisseo Asia Pacific, Singapore

  • Dietary Enzyme Combinations Improve Sorghum Ileal Protein and Starch Digestibility During the Broiler Starter Phase - A.Sultan, C.Y. Gan, X. Li, D. Zhang and W.L. Bryden – University of Queensland, Australia

  • Dietary Enzymes Modulate Sorghum Starch Digestion Kinetics in Broilers - A.Sultan, C.Y. Gan, X. Li, D. Zhang and W.L. Bryden – University of Queensland, Australia

  • Effect of Phytic Acid and pH on the Activation of Chicken Pepsinogen In Vitro - N. Liu and A.J. Cowieson – Henan University of Science and Technology, China

  • Effects of Microbial Phytase on Nutrient Digestibility and Energy Utilisation in Young Broilers Fed Phosphorus-Adequate Diets - F. Zaefarian, L.F. Romero and V. Ravindran – Massey University, New Zealand

  • Effect of a New Xylanase/Beta-Glucanase Enzyme Combination on the Performance of Broiler Chickens Fed Wheat/Barley-Based Diet - A.Peron, A. Owusu-Asiedu and A. Kumar – Danisco Animal Nutrition, Singapore

Opportunities and Risks Associated with Modern Genotypes

Opportunities Arising from Welfare Issues

  • The Relevance of Rapid Growth in Broilers to Management and Genetic Aspects of Ascites Syndrome - A.Cahaner – The Hebrew University, Israel

  • The Relationship Between Shed Cleanliness and Hen Productivity - L.E. Edwards – University of Melbourne, Australia

  • Minimising Weight Loss in New Broiler Hatchlings through Early Feeding of Trehalose - M.M. Bhuiyan, F. Gao, S.H. Chee and P.A. Iji – University of New England, Australia

  • Further Investigation of Non-Invasive Measures of Stress in Laying Hen - J. Engel, T. Widowski, A. Tilbrook and P.H. Hemsworth- University of Melbourne, Australia

  • Individual Variation in How Hens Interact with a Dust Substrate - S.M. Laine, G.M. Cronin, J.C. Petherick and P.H. Hemsworth – University of Melbourne, Australia

  • Effects of Deprivation of a Preferred Resource, Social Contact or Dustbathing Substrate, on the Biological Functioning of Laying Hens - B.H. Stevens, A.J. Tilbrook and P.H. Hemsworth – University of Melbourne, Australia

  • A Retrospective Study of the Impact of Injurious Pecking on Stress Response in Hens, Measured Via Egg Corticosterone - G.M. Cronin, J.A. Downing, T.H. Storey, S.S. Borg, B.N. Schirmer and J.L. Barnett – University of Sydney

Living with Sorghum

  • Sorghum Grain Starch Digestibility: Effects of Particle Size and Enzyme Treatment - M. J. Gidley, A.M. Pluschke, P.A. Sopade, G.J.S. Al-Rabadi, A. Sultan, G.Y. Gan, X. Li, D. Zhang and W.L. Bryden- University of Queensland, Australia

  • The Protein Quality of Sorghum - P.H. Selle – University of Sydney, Australia

Coping with Heat Stress

  • A Reappraisal of the Potential of Dietary Fatty Acids to Ameliorate Heat Stress - P.B. Cronje – Cronje Consulting and Editing, Australia >

  • Use of Electrolytes for Birds – The Practice of Theory - S.A. Borges, J. de Oliveira, A.V. Fischer da Silva and T.T. dos Santos – University of Tuiuti do Parana, Brazil

  • Genetic Approaches to Reducing Heat Stress Susceptibility in Broiler - A.Cahaner – The Hebrew University, Israel

  • Highlights of Recent Research from University of Tuiuti do Parana - S.A. Borges, A.V. Fischer da Silva, M. Opalinksi, F.B. Costa, A.N. Paim, E.C.C. Oliveira, C. Rocha, L.N.E. Barrilli, S.C. Dassi, L.Pierri, F.L.P. Valle, A.K. Japp, N. Pugsley, M. Huber, C.L. Bicho – University of Tuiuti do Parana

  • Effects of Different Supplemental Levels of Yeast SE on the Growth Performance and Stress-Related Parameters in Broiler Chickens Under - H. Qu, M. Zhange, Y.M. Guo, Y.Boad, K. Filer and A. Kocher – Alltech, Australia

Manipulating Broiler Growth Performance

  • Influence of Feed Form and Conditioning Temperature on the Performance and Nutrient Utilisation of Broiler Starters Fed Wheat-Based Diet - M.R. Abdollahi, T.J. Webster, D.V. Thomas, G. Ravindran and V. Ravindran – Massey University, New Zealand

  • Effect of Increased Levels of Lysine, Threonine and Methionine on Antibody Production against Newcastle Disease Under Normal Conditions and Heat Stress in Broilers - I.M. Eldaghayes, B. Elamary, A. Saleem, S.O. Al-Garib, M.A. Hamid – Alfateh University, Libya

  • Incubation can Affect Broiler Leg Strength - P.J. Groves and W.I. Muir – University of Sydney, Australia

  • In Vitro Assessment of Anti-Oxidative Activities in Rice Bran, Palm Kernel Meal, Soybean Meal and Corn Feed Ingredients - Y.M. Bao, K. Filer, J. Sanomwattanawong, N. Jantasila, H. Pandey and S. Congsagul – Alltech Asia Pacific, Thailand

  • The Role of Dietary Fibre and Litter Type on Development of Necrotic Enteritis in Broiler Chickens Challenged with Clostridium perfringens - S.B. Wu, L.L. Mikkelsen, V.A. Torok, P.A. Iji, S. Setia and R.J. Hughes – University of New England, Australia

Viral and Bacterial Challenges to Poultry Production

  • Vaccination against Fowl Cholera with Live and Inactivated Pasteurella Multocida Vaccines in a Meat Breeder Flock: A Case Report - C.A.W. Jackson – Biological Technology Transfer, Australia

  • Influence of Egg Shell Translucency on Egg Shell Penetration by Bacteria - K.K. Chousalkar, P.Flynn, M. Sutherland, B.F. Cheetham and J.R. Roberts – Charles Sturt University, Australia

  • Persistence of Anti-Salmonella Antibody in Egg Yolk Following Vaccination - S.M. Sharpe and P.J. Groves – Birling Avian Laboratories, Australia

  • Viral Load, Shedding Rate and Lateral Transmission of Marek's Disease Vaccinal Virus (Rispens/CV1988) in SPF Chickens - T. Islam, K.G. Renz and S.W. Walkden-Brown – University of New England, Australia

  • Use of Serratia marcescens for Feed Processing: Broiler Performance and Pathogenicity Assay - M.E. Mahata, A. Dharma, I. Ryanto and Y. Rizal – University of Andalas, Indonesia

  • Salmonella Vaccination in Layers - P.J. Groves, S.M. Sharpe and W.I. Muir – University of Sydney, Australia

Further Reading

- You can view the proceedings of the 22nd Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium by clicking here.

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