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Virtual 2021 PSA Annual Meeting
Virtual 2021 PSA Annual Meeting

Virtual 2021 PSA Annual Meeting

July 19, 2021 to July 22, 2021
United States
Lectures
08:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
Symposium: Existing and upcoming smart technologies: Opportunities to do better in the poultry industry

From individuals to large flocks: The challenges of new technologies for the poultry industry

Co-chairs: Pierre-Andre Geraert
Adisseo France, SAS
 
Robert B. Shirley
Adisseo USA
Speaker:
Pierre André Geraert
França
Directeur Innovation Marketing
Rob Shirley
France
Poultry Technical Manager
08:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
08:05hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
Improving economic and environmental sustainability of poultry production using an innovative precision feeding system
Bertrand Meda
INRA
Speaker:
08:05hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
08:30hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
Symposium: Sparking curiosity and engagement through online curriculum

Chair:
Elizabeth Karcher
Purdue University

 

Student perception of teaching strategies to stimulate student interest and engagement

Panel of PSA student members

08:30hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
08:35hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
Using in-house robots to monitor, detect and respond to real time issues
Colin T. Usher
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Speaker:
Colin Usher
United States
08:35hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
08:45hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
Developing and maintaining student interest in a global pandemic
Elizabeth L. Karcher
Purdue University
Speaker:
Elizabeth Karcher
United States
08:45hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
08:50hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
How advances in technology are making the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning to poultry affordable, accessible and valuable
Claire Lewis
Pondus Limited
Speaker:
Claire Lewis, Pondus Limited
Claire Lewis, Pondus Limited
08:50hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
09:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
Creating online engagement in a world of black boxes
Dawn Koltes
Iowa State University
Speaker:
Dawn Annette Koltes
United States
09:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
09:05hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
Big data: What is it, what’s meaningful, and how do we use it to design and implement new strategies?
Tammy Ann Baltzley
Kreher's Farm Fresh Eggs
Speaker:
Tammy Ann Baltzley, Kreher's Farm Fresh Eggs
Tammy Ann Baltzley, Kreher's Farm Fresh Eggs
09:05hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
09:15hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
Hands-on learning from a distance: Hybrid and virtual lab experiences
Benjamin A. Wenner
The Ohio State University
Speaker:
Benjamin A. Wenner, The Ohio State University
Benjamin A. Wenner, The Ohio State University
09:15hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
09:30hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
Panel Discussion
09:30hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
09:35hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
Roundtable Discussion
John Halley
Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation
09:35hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
09:50hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
Workshop: Increasing student engagement through active learning

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.

09:50hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
12:00hs
7/21/2021
Symposium: Bridging the gap: From science to application – Managing the facets of necrotic enteritis

Chair: Katie Hilton University of Arkansas

 

Modeling Necrotic Enteritis: Applying lessons learned

Lisa R. Bielke
The Ohio State University
Speaker:
Lisa Bielke
United States
12:00hs
7/21/2021
12:30hs
7/21/2021
Effects of the housing environment on Necrotic Enteritis
Jeremiah Davis
National Poultry Technology Center
Speaker:
Jeremiah Davis, National Poultry Technology Center
Jeremiah Davis, National Poultry Technology Center
12:30hs
7/21/2021
13:00hs
7/21/2021
The Cocci conundrum
Charles L. Hofacre
Southern Poultry Research Group
Speaker:
Charles L. Hofacre
United States
Professor Director Clinical Services
13:00hs
7/21/2021
13:30hs
7/21/2021
Managing Necrotic Enteritis in commercial broiler production: What can nutrition do?
Regis F. Pastorelo Meurer
Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation
Speaker:
Regis F. Pastorelo Meurer, Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation
Regis F. Pastorelo Meurer, Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation
13:30hs
7/21/2021
14:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
A comprehensive approach to maximize feed quality and meat bird potential through feed manufacture

Chair: Kelley Wamsley Mississippi State University

 

Balancing feed quality, nutrition, and hygienics

Joseph S. Moritz
West Virginia University
Speaker:
Joe Moritz
United States
Extension Specialist, Poultry
14:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 1
14:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
Maintaining a balance between feed quality, nutrient digestibility, and production goals
Wilmer J. Pacheco
Auburn University
Speaker:
Wilmer Pacheco
United States
14:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 2
14:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 3
The quest for optimal pellets, with an emphasis on nutritional value
M. Reza Abdollahi
Massey University
Speaker:
Reza Abdollahi
New Zealand
Postdoctoral Fellow in Poultry Nutrition
14:00hs
7/21/2021
Ballroom 3
14:05hs
7/21/2021
Student Workshop: How to be prepared for the future
14:05hs
7/21/2021
14:20hs
7/21/2021
Questions and answers
14:20hs
7/21/2021
14:30hs
7/21/2021
Opportunities in the field of poultry nutrition and allied industry
April W. Levy
DSM Nutritional Products
Speaker:
April W. Levy, DSM Nutritional Products
April W. Levy, DSM Nutritional Products
14:30hs
7/21/2021
14:50hs
7/21/2021
Questions and Answers
14:50hs
7/21/2021
15:00hs
7/21/2021
Career opportunities in academia
David J. Caldwell
University of Arkansas
 
15:20 Questions and answers
Speaker:
David Caldwell
United States
15:00hs
7/21/2021
15:15hs
7/21/2021
Impact of physical feed quality on meat bird performance
Kelley G. S. Wamsley
Mississippi State University
Speaker:
Kelley Wamsley
United States
15:15hs
7/21/2021
15:40hs
7/21/2021
Roundtable
15:40hs
7/21/2021
16:00hs
7/21/2021
Fellows and Student Talks (F.A.S.T. Hour)
16:00hs
7/21/2021
17:00hs
7/21/2021
Social Event

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!

17:00hs
7/21/2021