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Watch on-demand now to learn how natural plant-based approaches in animal feed additives can prevent and treat necrotic enteritis.
Discover the latest approaches and research on how diverse phytonutrients including essential oils and prebiotics in natural animal feed additives are used as antibiotic alternatives to help prevent and treat necrotic enteritis in poultry.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
This webinar is sponsored by Ralco Nutrition and is presented by WATT Global Media.
Dr. Bob Stock, Director of Research and Development for Poultry Science, Cporporate Technology at Ralco Nutrition, Inc.
Bob Stock is Director Research and Development – Poultry Science at Ralco. He received his Ph.D. In Poultry Nutrition from The Ohio State University. He has worked in the feed industry for over 35 years with domestic and international experience. Over the years he has worked in account management, marketing, product development, product management, research, live production and technical support. He has served on the AFIA Nutrition Council Executive Committee, ARPAS Board of Directors and the Cooperative Research Farms Board of Directors. Of all the roles Bob has held over the years he enjoys new product development the most. Looking for new solutions to the poultry industries problems, researching them and bringing them to the industry.
Dr. Jessica Fox, DVW CertAgV, Director of Veterinary Services and Biosecurity at Ralco Nutrition, Inc. & tru Shrimp Company
Jessica Fox is the Director of Veterinary Services and Biosecurity at Ralco in Marshall, MN. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from University of Minnesota. She loves working with all animals from poultry and other livestock to companion animals. She has worked in research and development for over a decade, particularly in the area of improving gut health through natural solutions. She has a special interest in how gut health can improve performance and disease resistance across production species. She has a passion for One Health, preventative medicine and biosecurity. She also has specialized training in aquatic medicine. She is currently pursuing her master's degree in public health through the University of Minnesota. She serves on the AVMA Aquatic Veterinary Medicine Committee as the food animal production representative and on the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association Board of Directors. Jessica's personal mission statement is 'to live life fully, honestly, and compassionately while making a positive impact on the health of the animals, humans and the environment in the world around me.'