Temperton Fellowship Examines Poultry's Role in Feeding the World

5 February 2013, at 10:22am

UK - The 21st Temperton Fellowship will be launched in London in June, examining the role poultry can play in feeding the growing human population.

'Can the poultry industry supply the world's expanding population with quality protein when energy resources become limiting?' is the title of the study by Julian Morgan (Director of Renewable Energy) and Mike Tyers (Consultant on Renewable Energy) with Countrywide Farmers plc.

The report will be presented on Monday 10 June 2013 at The Farmers Club in London.

Attendance at the presentation is by invitation only due to limited space; an official invitation will be sent to regular attendees in due course.

If you are new to the Temperton Fellowship, please contact Mrs Mary Early at Harper Adams University College to request an invitation (email [email protected]).