Poultry Production and Health Seminar

US - USPOULTRY’s Poultry Production and Health Seminar aims to emphasise practical skills to manage healthy flocks and disease control.
calendar icon 12 August 2013
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Advanced poultry production technology that is both efficient and cost-effective is the objective for live production managers and service technicians at both small and large companies.

The annual 2013 Poultry Production & Health Seminar will bring together poultry health professionals and experts to discuss new developments in the improvement of poultry production and health management.

Sponsored by US Poultry & Egg Association, the seminar will be held on 17 to 18 September at the Sheraton Downtown (formerly Marriott) in Memphis, Tennessee.

“Obtaining optimum flock health and performance time after time is an ongoing challenge. The Poultry Production and Health Seminar will provide information on best practices that serve as essential resources for any sized operation," said programme chairman, Dr John Smith, Fieldale Farms Corporation.

This year’s topics include: Grower Relations Management; Novel Reovirus: Autogenous Experiences; Cocci Vaccines in Conjunction with Coccidiostats: Finding the Right Combination; Georgia 08 Infectious Bronchitis; Antibiotics Update ... What’s The Future?; Probiotics/Prebiotics/Other Antibiotics Alternatives; Proper Application of Litter Treatments; Alternative Bedding Material; Water: Demand, Supply, and Delivery; Legal Update for Live Production; Don’t Let AI Become Your Neighbour; New NCC Animal Welfare Guidelines and Management Strategies for Reducing Leg Problems.

A programme committee of live production managers and poultry health professionals developed the agenda for the seminar, including Dr. Erin Riley, Sanderson Farms; Sam LeNarz, Wayne Farms LLC; Robert Crowe, Harrison Poultry, Inc.; Henry Welch, Peco Foods, Inc.; Ken Martin, Fieldale Farms Corporation; Dr John Smith (Program Chairman, Fieldale Farms Corporation) and Dr Casey Ritz, University of Georgia.

To register for the Poultry Production & Health Seminar, click here.

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