Sign up now at www.WATTevents.com for the WATT Online Poultry Nutrition and Health Forum to be held Thursday, 25 March, 2010. This free virtual forum includes five world-class presentations and live Q&A sessions on poultry nutrition and health issues. The event was originally scheduled for November 2009, but was moved to March.
Presentations will cover gut health, leg problems, identifying and dealing with sub-clinical necrotic enteritis, and the effective use of enzymes, prebiotics, probiotics and competitive exclusion. A panel will also examine runting-stunting and malabsoprtion syndromes.
Don’t miss the following presentations by world-renowned experts:
- Sub-clinical Necrotic Enteritis: Identification, Prevention and Treatment: Sub-clinical necrotic enteritis, which can cost producers as much as 5 cents a pound in grow-out, may go unrecognized and untreated.
- Nutritional Decision Making in Volatile Markets: With ingredient prices tied to the volatile energy sector, decision making has never been more challenging. An international panel will offer decision-making approaches and tools for dealing with this volatility.
- Using All the Tools: Prebiotics, Probiotics, Enzymes and Competitive Exclusion: A look at new and\or potentially underutilized nutritional tools: prebiotics, probiotics, enzymes and competitive exclusion.
- Runting-Stunting & Malabsorption Syndromes: Twin Perspectives: A Pan-American panel looks at Runting-Stunting Syndrome and Malabsorption Syndrome from pathological and nutritional perspectives.
New event hours
New for this second in a series of online poultry nutrition and health forums are special event hours to accommodate participants worldwide: 03.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs (-6 GMT), 3 a.m. CST–6 p.m. CST.
Hours are flexible. Participants can log in and out of the forum as their schedules allow. Participants can also attend the archived version for 90 days after the show.
The forum allows poultry nutritionists, veterinarians, production/husbandry managers, technical consultants and manufacturers of animal health products, feed ingredients and feed additives to engage in real-time interaction via chats, group chats, e-mails, Twitter or the exchange of electronic business cards by making use of any available local internet access.
For more details and to sign up for this free event, visit www.WATTevents.com.