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Take part in a three-part webinar series entitled, “Successfully managing the intestinal health of poultry flocks: Coccidiosis control,” to be equipped for effective and sustainable coccidiosis control in poultry flocks. Original broadcast on July 24, 2012, “Promoting intestinal health of poultry flocks to help control coccidiosis" is the first webinar in the series sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health Global Poultry. This webinar is now available to view as an archive.
What you'll learn:
Dr. Greg MathisPresidentSouthern Poultry Research, Inc.
Greg Mathis graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from North Georgia College. He then worked for the United States Department of Agriculture. He later enrolled at the University of Georgia and earned his Masters and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in the Poultry Science Department. His doctoral work centered on control of coccidiosis, specializing in epidemiology, anticoccidial drugs, and genetics.After receiving his Ph.D. he started Southern Poultry Research, Inc. a private contract poultry research company. Southern Poultry Research, Inc. has now been in business over 25 years serving the pharmaceutical and poultry industries working on nutritional, coccidiosis vaccination, Necrotic Enteritis, Salmonella, and replacements for antibiotic growth promoters.During that time he has written numerous manuscripts and trade articles. He has extensively made scientific presentations, lectures, and taught numerous poultry pathology courses both nationally and internationally. He is also an international judge for retriever dog trials.
Dr. Don WaldripPfizer Animal Health Global Poultry
Dr. Donald Waldrip has worked for three major US production companies for a total of 30 years in the poultry industry. He spent five years at Foster Farms, 14 years at Gold Kist and 11 years at Wayne Farms.Dr. Waldrip has also had experience in the Georgia Poultry Lab System, Caribbean consultancy and was a captain in the United States Air Force.
Commented on: January 18, 2012
"Thank you and the entire team of WATT. Was a very good and interesting presentation."
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