Unique training for the international poultry industry with emphases on breeders, incubation and hatchery management, nutrition and feed mill technology, grow out of broilers and turkeys, environment, health and welfare. This event will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina, May 14-18, 2012.
To provide updated scientific and technical information and hands-on experience to improve commercial poultry production.
- Poultry scientists with worldwide experience
- Industry personnel
- Feed Mills
- Breeder and Grow-out Houses
- Processing Plants
Breeders, Incubation and Hatchery Management
Broiler Breeder Management - J. Brake
Turkey Breeder Management - J. Grimes
Incubation Biology and Principles Hatchery Management - M. Wineland
Troubleshooting Incubation - M. Wineland
Impact of Incubation on Live Performance - M. Wineland
Nutrition, Feeding, and Feed Mill Technology
Poultry Nutrition - P. Ferket / E. Oviedo / K. Anderson
Feed Mill Management - P. Ferket / C. Stark
Feeding Practices - E. Oviedo / J. Grimes / K. Anderson
Modeling and Operations Research - E. Oviedo
Nutrient and Waste Management - P. Ferket / J. Grimes / M. Wineland
Management and Production
Broiler Management - E. Oviedo
Layer Management - K. Anderson
Turkey Management - J. Grimes
Lighting Programs - M. Wineland
Ventilation and Brooding - S. Shah
Economics and Decision Making
Health, Welfare and Food Safety
Vaccine Management and Marek''s Control
Biosecurity and Disease Control - D. Carver
Insect and Rodent Control - M. Stringham
Poultry Welfare - K. Anderson
HACCP and Pathogen Intervention Strategies - Doug Smith
Participants will be housed in the Brownstone Hotel and Conference Center (Holiday Inn) adjacent to the NC State campus. A University representative will meet you at the Raleigh International Airport (RDU) on Sunday, May 13, to transport you to the hotel. Arrangements will be made to transport you back to the airport on Friday afternoon, May 18, or Sunday, May 20, if you will participate in the Feed Manufacturing Short Course.
Initial Meeting on Sunday May 13, 2012
We expect to meet All participants in the Lobby of the Brownstone Hotel (2711 Founders Drive, Raleigh, NC 27695-7608) in Raleigh on Sunday May 13, 2012 at 3 pm. Please make plans to arrive to Raleigh before 1 pm on Sunday May 13, 2012.
The Meeting on Sunday May 13, 2012 is Very Important for Introductions, Instructions, Distribute Materials, Explain Background of Contents and show you the University. We will Not have time to repeat this Information during the week.
The cost of this course is US $1,450 per person if housed in double bedrooms (you have to indicate the roommate), or US $1,650 if housed in individual hotel rooms. It includes training, educational materials, local transportation, laboratory materials, t-shirt, lodging and all meals from May 14 to 18 (breakfast, lunch and snacks) EXCEPT the evening meals. These fees DO NOT include air transportation to RDU Airport, health insurance, spending money and incidental expenses.
You may pre-register online by clicking here.
Confirmation of Your Pre-registration and Payment
You will receive an e-mail confirming your pre-registration from Lynn Strother (email@example.com). If you don''t receive this e-mail, please contact us by e-mail, phone or fax. This pre-registration is not complete until we have received a check or money order in US dollars payable to Agriculture Educational Services Inc. with a copy of your pre-registration. We will need to receive your payment before March 30, 2012.
To pay with Credit Card, please click here. Make sure that you have pre-register online
Prior to three weeks = No charge
Two weeks prior to the Course= Half of enrollment fee
One week prior to the Course= Entire enrollment fee
Please mail your payment to:
Extension Poultry Science
NCSU, 229 Scott Hall
2711 Founders Drive
Campus Box 7608
Raleigh, NC 27695-7608
Phone: +1 (919) 515-2621
Fax: +1 (919) 515-7070