Poultry nutritionists and veterinarians; how interactive are they?

11-02-2008 | | |
Yegani

The poultry industry is a complex network of technical people with different educational backgrounds such as genetics, production management, nutrition, veterinary medicine, and engineering.

The poultry industry is a complex network of technical people with different educational backgrounds such as genetics, production management, nutrition, veterinary medicine, and engineering.

Nutritionists and veterinarians are usually considered as two dominant categories in commercial poultry production. It is a well-known fact that having a fully cooperative management team is of paramount importance in order to be able to achieve production goals and stay in this highly competitive business.

Efficient interactions of poultry nutritionists and veterinarians are essential to this accomplishment. We, as nutritionists or veterinarians, can discuss the following questions in this blog:

1.  How interactive are you as a poultry nutritionist or veterinarian?
2.  Blaming someone else could be a first reaction to a problem. Has this 
     been your experience when a problem occurs in your farm?
3.  Nutritionists and veterinarians can efficiently benefit from each other’s
     knowledge and practical experiences. Do you agree with this?

 

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