Rozita Dara, University of Guelph
Poultry farms are gradually becoming high-tech environments which utilize technologies such as sensors, smart poultry management systems, and artificial intelligence to increase production, improve bird welfare, and minimize environmental footprint. These technologies generate large amounts of data by collecting a variety of parameters from farm operations. The data collected by these tools can offer credible insight into improving farm management, enhancing precision feeding, and early detection of infectious disease. However, governance, protection, and analysis of this large volume of data impose many challenges. This talk will discuss the impact of emerging digital technologies in poultry farming and opportunities they provide in terms of enhancing production and farm management. It will also review technology and operational requirements that enhance adoption and trust in farm technologies and also address challenges such as interoperability, data security, and sustainability.
Chair: Kenneth W. Koelkebeck, University of Illinois
Catastrophic circumstances and commercial flock euthanasia: Broilers and turkeys
All Extension Specialists
Audrey P. McElroy
Texas A&M University
Chair: Steve Ricke University of Wisconsin. Co-Chair: Dana K. Dittoe University of Wisconsin
Gut microbe interaction with pathogens: Opportunistic antagonism
Chair: Jason Lee Texas A&M University
Managing amino acid nutrition in reduced crude protein diets: A swine nutritionist’s perspective
The Journal Poultry Science® has officially been in publication for 100 years! Let's celebrate this impressive milestone!
Join us for an exciting virtual magic show fit for the whole family! We are pleased to welcome Alan Hudson who has appeared on several reality shows including Britain's Got Talent!
From individuals to large flocks: The challenges of new technologies for the poultry industry
Student perception of teaching strategies to stimulate student interest and engagement
Panel of PSA student members
The objective of the 2-hour workshop is to provide participants with opportunities to discuss and integrate engagement strategies into their own classroom or academic program. Interactions with the symposia speakers will further facilitate the creation of active learning strategies to increase student learning. The workshop will also discuss how to assess and document the effectiveness of implementing the activities on student interest and motivation.
Chair: Katie Hilton University of Arkansas
Modeling Necrotic Enteritis: Applying lessons learned
Chair: Kelley Wamsley Mississippi State University
Balancing feed quality, nutrition, and hygienics
Student Family Feud Competition
The Final Round!
Join us as the final two teams compete for the title of the competition winner. The winning team will receive bragging rights for their institution! This event will be streamed live!
Chair: Darrin Karcher Purdue University
PAWS (Pulsed Alternating Wavelengths System): A new frontier in lighting?
J. Daren Suntych
Xiant Technologies Inc.
Co-Chairs: Walter Bottje and Sami Dridi University of Arkansas
Jefo Animal Nutrition
We will be celebrating this year's Fellows and announcing the winners of the 2021 Student Competition.