The latest insights in gut health, antibiotic reduction, case studies from around the world and animal health and welfare, now on demand.
It is almost too much to sum up, because last week’s Misset International Week brought an overload of information. All webinars of Poultry World and its sister brands All About Feed, Pig Progress and Dairy Global can now be viewed on demand via this link. You can access all of our valuable content by simply registering for the webinar of your choice, completely for free.
Poultry World covered 4 of a total of 10 webinars in the Misset International Week, 2 on producing with No Antibiotics Ever, 1 on Gut Health, and 1 on Animal Welfare & Gut Health, with 11 high-level speakers in total. An event not to miss out on. Listen to the following subjects and speakers:
Maarten de Gussem, poultry veterinarian and managing director of Vetworks highlighted a more holistic view on gut health.
Angelo Lauwaerts M.Sc, a consultant and advisor for FRAmelco discussed antibiotics reduction with glycerides.
Alvaro Ortiz, gut health solutions technical expert Europe at Evonik looked at gut health and water-soluble solutions.
Eline Holtslag, an incubation specialist at Royal Pas Reform Hatchery Technologies discussed post-hatch feeding in relation to antibiotic reduction.
was Stefan Alius, product manager for poultry at Nuscience talked about the alternative angles to secure gut health beyond nutrition.
Julien Kanarek, global segment leader poultry at DuPont, discussed boosting gut health through improved protein digestibility and the undigested crude protein impact on microbial communities.
Dr Kate Barger-Weathers, director of World Animal Welfare at Cobb-Vantress, Inc looked at how genetic selection and technology are improving broiler health, welfare and sustainability outcomes.
Irene Hanning, senior manager of technical content, World Technical Services, Cobb-Vantress, spoke about microbiomes, their establishment and their influence on gut health.
Hanna Hamina, chair of the Finnish Poultry Association, delved into the details of a case study in Finland which showed for more than 10 years it has been without a need to medicate broilers.
Marcelo Lang, global marketing director at Chr. Hansen, discussed the power of good bacteria and how it enables poultry production to reduce or eliminate the use of antibiotics from an US perspective.
Elen Rondel, Europe-CIS poultry manager at Phileo, said yeast solutions, associated with a broad-based approach of farm management can help birds get more resilient and stay in good health.