Australia's Poultry CRC awarded

Australia's Poultry Cooperative Research Centre has won the World's Poultry Science Association's Industry/Organisation Award.

Poultry CRC chief executive, Professor Mingan Choct, accepted the award at the final session of the 2008 World's Poultry Congress in Brisbane.
"This is a very satisfying award to receive, particularly at this point in the CRC's lifecycle, with a lot of people working very hard in the last five years to achieve practical outcomes for the Australian poultry industries," said Choct.
Established in 2003, the Armidale-based Poultry CRC involves researchers, educators and support staff from 23 participating organisations.
The Centre's wide-ranging research programs, which focus on sustainability for the egg and chicken meat industries, make it a stand out contributor to world poultry research.
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