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Broilers next on the agenda for Aviagen school

Aviagen has announced that the second module of the new Production Management School for customers based in Europe, Turkey, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) will be held in Turkey between 29th October and 5th November 2012. The School will focus on broiler management including health, welfare and nutrition.

Aimed at poultry professionals involved in the broiler industry the broiler module builds on the fully-subscribed breeder module taking place this August in the UK. A further module on hatchery practice will take place in the Netherlands in Spring 2013. 

“Aviagen Production Management Schools in other parts of the world have proven very successful and popular with customers.  We are keen to offer a similar opportunity to our EMEA customers to attend a School in their region,” said Nick Spenceley, Course Director.

“The School is tailored to build careers within the industry. By understanding how broiler management fits in with the cost per kilogram live weight our students will be able to see exactly how the changes they make in the management of a flock affects the commercial dynamics of their business. With that knowledge it is easier for them to make informed decisions to improve performance and realise the full potential of their flocks.”

More information and an application form can be found here.

Editor WorldPoultry

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