Poultry World webinar on Poultry Health and Nutrition


About this webinar:

Poultry World webinar on Poultry Health and Nutrition, 17th of March 2021

One of the most important production parameters in poultry production is the hardest to measure. A healthy and disease free bird is the key to making a profit. Keeping the birds healthy and feeding them accordingly with the right ingredients and additives demands a high level of knowledge and the full attention of the nutritionist, farm manager and veterinarian. In this webinar, experts will focus on how to achieve healthier poultry through a balanced gut health.






Erik Juncker Boll,  Senior Research Scientist in the Animal Health Innovation department of Chr. Hansen

"The power of good bacteria in improving intestinal health in poultry"

  • Why is intestinal health important for poultry?
  • What are the consequences of having a leaky gut vs. healthy gut?
  • How can  we  prevent the losses due to health issues on the farm level?



José M. Ros, VET MD, Global Technical Manager at Perstorp Animal Nutrition

"How to support poultry gut health through nutrition"

  •  Complexity of the concept “gut health”
  • Supporting gut health through nutrition
  • Research overview


 Drs. Gerwin Bouhuis, Veterinarian Gezondheidscentrum voor Pluimvee (GvP) Emmen

"The multifuntional role of vitamin D in sustainable poultry production”

  • Good intestinal health is a prerequisite for the absorption of of fat-soluble
  •  vitaminsVitamin D plays a multifunctional role in health and performance
  • The effect of increased levels of vitamin D as a feed additive and possible alternatives



Fabian Brockotter



Webinar host
Fabian Brockötter, host and editor Poultry World

Poultry World


The webinar takes place on March 17, at 3pm Central European Time. That time corresponds to:

  • Chicago, IL, United States: 9am
  • New York, NY, United States: 10am
  • São Paulo, Brazil: 11am
  • London, UK: 2pm
  • Moscow, Russia: 5pm
  • Bangkok, Thailand: 9pm
  • Beijing, China: 10pm
  • Tokyo, Japan: 11pm
  • Melbourne, Australia: 1am