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Intestinal Health Workshop - NC State University
Intestinal Health Workshop - NC State University

Intestinal Health Workshop - NC State University

June 20, 2017 to June 22, 2017
James B. Hunt Jr. Library NC State University Campus, 1070 Partners Way Campus Box 7132 Raleigh, NC 27606 - Raleigh - North Carolina - United States
Lectures
15:00hs
6/21/2017
Practical session

Objective: To observe lesions caused by main factors that may alter intestinal health under similar conditions and diagnostic methods

Speaker:
Luke Borst
United States
Luke Borst, DVM, PhD, DACVP Associate Professor, Veterinary Anatomic Pathology
15:00hs
6/21/2017
08:00hs
6/20/2017

Dr. Edgar Oviedo, Extension Poultry Specialist at North Carolina State University, makes a summary of the Intestinal Health Workshop, sponsored by DSM Nutritional Products in the USA...

Speaker:
08:00hs
6/20/2017
08:30hs
6/20/2017
Holistic view of intestinal health in poultry
Objective: To provide an overview of this Course and a summary of the impacts of Intestinal Health in animal and poultry production.  List risk factors and possible tools that may be involved in maintaining intestinal health in the variable conditions of commercial poultry production
 
Speaker:
08:30hs
6/20/2017
09:00hs
6/20/2017
Objective: Definition of Gastrointestinal Functionality and description of parameters to measure and monitor it
 
Speaker:
Pietro Celi
United States
Veterinary Doctor
09:00hs
6/20/2017
10:00hs
6/20/2017

Objective: Description of the importance of microbiome modulation on intestinal health in poultry

Speaker:
Michael H. Kogut
United States
Project leader/research microbiologist
10:00hs
6/20/2017
10:40hs
6/20/2017

Objective: Effects of feed additives and selected nutrients on modulation of gut health immunity with special emphasis on C.perfringens

Speaker:
Hyun Lillehoj
United States
Biologist
10:40hs
6/20/2017
14:00hs
6/20/2017

Objective: Review the impacts of feedstuff processing and the  whole feed processing

Speaker:
Peter Ferket
United States
Extension Specialist and Nutritionist (Poultry)
14:00hs
6/20/2017
15:00hs
6/20/2017
Best Feed Mill practices, mixing and sampling

Objective: Description of the best feed milling practices during the whole process of feed manufacturing to produce quality feed, control, and guaranteed quality feed

Speaker:
Adam Fahrenholz
United States
15:00hs
6/20/2017
16:10hs
6/20/2017
NC State Feed Mill visit and Lab
Speaker:
16:10hs
6/20/2017
08:00hs
6/21/2017
Coccidiosis monitoring and prevention tools

Objective: Description of current  methods to monitor and prevent coccidiosis in poultry production

Speaker:
Fernando Vargas
United States
08:00hs
6/21/2017
08:40hs
6/21/2017

Objective: Programs to minimize Salmonella contamination reduce Salmonella persistence and prevent Salmonella food safety issues

Speaker:
08:40hs
6/21/2017
09:40hs
6/21/2017
Enterococcal spondylitis and bone health issues related with gut health

Objective: Describe the etiopathology of enterococcal spondylitis, and bone issues in relation with  intestinal health

Speaker:
Luke Borst
United States
Luke Borst, DVM, PhD, DACVP Associate Professor, Veterinary Anatomic Pathology
09:40hs
6/21/2017
10:20hs
6/21/2017
Vitamins and gut health and early gut development

Objective: The importance of vitamins on gut health  and development  of  the intestines

Speaker:
Edwin T Moran
United States
Animal Nutritionist
10:20hs
6/21/2017
11:00hs
6/21/2017

Objective: Impact of exogenous enzymes on gut functionality  and immunity

Speaker:
11:00hs
6/21/2017
13:30hs
6/21/2017
Introduction to practical session
Speaker:
13:30hs
6/21/2017
14:15hs
6/21/2017
College of Veterinary Medicine Tour
Speaker:
Luke Borst
United States
Luke Borst, DVM, PhD, DACVP Associate Professor, Veterinary Anatomic Pathology
14:15hs
6/21/2017
08:00hs
6/22/2017

Objective: Challenges and opportunities producing ABF broilers: 15 years of experience

Speaker:
John Smith
United States
Director of Health Services at Fieldale Farms
08:00hs
6/22/2017
08:45hs
6/22/2017

Objective: Providing practical guidelines for today’s challenges in North American poultry nutrition

Speaker:
08:45hs
6/22/2017