2024 IPPE showcased poultry research

Six TECHTalks sessions offered examples of cutting-edge research ideas.

The recent International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) showcased cutting-edge poultry research funded by the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY). TECHTalks sessions featured six presentations, now accessible on USPOULTRY’s YouTube channel (youtube.com/USPOULTRY).

Mitsu Suyemoto, from North Carolina State University, highlighted the potential use of normal Enterococcus Cecorum strains as probiotics to combat the pathogenic variant.

Dr. Ravi Kulkarni's research emphasized the development of a more effective vaccine for Infectious Laryngotracheitis (ILT) in broiler chickens, showing promising results.

Dr. Prafulla Regmi's study focused on tracking laying hens in a cage-free aviary using RFID chips, revealing correlations between hen activity levels and keel fractures.

Ted Brown, of Cargill Food Safety, presented findings on the efficacy of egg wash sanitizers, with peroxide proving to be the most effective in reducing Salmonella prevalence.

Dr. Jeremiah Johnson's research identified genetic determinants affecting Campylobacter jejuni survival during poultry processing, providing insights into preventing bacterial contamination.

Dr. Brian Jordan investigated the cause and prevention of False Layer Syndrome, revealing that vaccines alone may influence lesion severity but are insufficient to prevent oviduct damage after a pathogenic challenge."

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