Denmark's Lysgaard honoured at IPC meeting in Paris

Tage Lysgaard, first vice chairman of the IPC and one of its founders, was honoured during last week's spring IPC meeting in Paris.

Lysgaard, who stepped down from the IPC Executive Committee during the Paris meeting, was recognised for his contributions to the organisation, which grew out of an idea Lysgaard presented during a meeting of the World Poultry Science Association conference in the 1970s.
Lysgaard's idea finally came to fruition when the IPC was founded in 2005.

Editor WorldPoultry

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