Richard Bailey will talk about the influence of early physiological development on broiler performance for Latin American customers
CAMPINAS, Brazil – In an upcoming Aviagen® Latin America webinar on May 5, customers will engage with Aviagen Poultry Health Scientist Richard Bailey on the influence of early physiological development on broiler performance. Management factors that are important during the early stages of rearing include proper cleaning and sanitation of the poultry house and a clean and fresh water supply. Good intestinal tract development is also critical, and Bailey will emphasize ways to improve intestinal health.
“Careful management in early rearing is essential to growing healthy, robust birds” commented Bailey. “Aviagen is committed to the success of our Latin American producers, and I look forward to sharing knowledge and ideas during the webinar.”
About Richard Bailey
Bailey lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, and has been working as a poultry health scientist on Aviagen's Research and Development team since 2010. In this role, he is involved in research initiatives that focus on poultry health, investigating the anatomy, physiology, immunology and microbiology of birds. His main area of interest is in the health and physiology of the intestinal tract and understanding of the relationship between genetics, intestinal immunity, intestinal development and the resident microflora (microbiota). He holds a bachelor's degree from the Royal Veterinary College of London, a Master of Animal Husbandry and Genetics from the University of Edinburgh and a Ph.D. from the Food Research Institute in Norwich, UK, focusing on intestinal health, dysbacteriosis and the microbial ecology of bird intestines.
How to register for the webinar
This webinar will be held in English, with simultaneous translation into Spanish. Those interested in participating may register at https://aviagen.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Lfq7oOdMQRu11QrVKfx1YA
Registration is limited and will be closed 60 minutes before the start of the session. Meetings will take place at the following times:
- 4:00 p.m. in Argentina and Uruguay;
- 3:00 p.m in Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Dominican Republic and Venezuela;
- 2:00 p.m. in Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama and Peru;
- 1:00 p.m in other Central American countries.
For information on upcoming webinars, customers should contact Francinea Golucci at firstname.lastname@example.org.