The National Breeders Roundtable brings together poultry breeder specialists and geneticists from the industry, universities and government to discuss the most current poultry breeding research developments and genetic trends. The 68th annual National Breeders Roundtable agenda will include topics addressing Genomic Selection in Turkeys: Conceptual, Theoretical and Applied Aspects; Consumers Flocking Online: Social Media’s Impact on Poultry Breeding; An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Animal Breeding; Precision Feeding: Measuring and Modeling Feed Efficiency; Improving Accuracy of Genome Breeding Values Using a Selected Small Data Set; and more.

Registration is now open for the National Breeders Roundtable. Sponsored by the Poultry Breeders of America and U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, the conference will be held May 16 -17, at the Hilton St. Louis Airport hotel in St. Louis, Missouri.


To view the agenda, register and reserve hotel rooms, click here or visit