Novus to Present New Scientific Findings at IPSF 2016

GLOBAL - Novus scientists are preparing presentations and posters for this year’s International Poultry Scientific Forum (IPSF) conference.
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Novus will be among industry representatives, scientists, educators and students that will gather to discuss the latest in a vast array of research, technology and solutions aimed at improving the efficacy, sustainability and profitability of global meat and egg production.

The company is excited to present its latest research and findings on enzymes, methionine, eubiotics and minerals through a series of six oral abstract presentations and four poster presentations.

Novus’s longstanding dedication to poultry science and industry-leading research in animal nutrition is highlighted in these presentations.

The forum, sponsored by the Southern Poultry Science Society, the Southern Conference on Avian Diseases and the US Poultry & Egg Association, takes place in Atlanta, GA on January 25-26.

“Novus shares a responsibility with our food chain partners to help feed the world affordable, wholesome food,” said Novus Vice President of Products & Solutions and Chief Innovation Officer Scott Hine.

“We can help meet this challenge by continuing to invest in the best and brightest minds and passions to help advance methods, practices and collaborative approaches within all parts of the food value chain.”

Multiple research abstracts have been selected for presentation at the International Poultry Scientific Forum. For a full line-up of presentations at IPSF or more information on other Novus activities at IPPE 2016, visit

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