Venue: Wageningen, The Netherlands
What is the best way to store and treat eggs before incubation? How does incubation temperature influence the development of the embryo? And what are the best practices during the hatching phase? In the last two decades knowledge about incubation has been increased, but still numerous new questions and doubts are present. In this course new insights from research and developments in the field are presented. The programme is an excellent opportunity to deepen your knowledge and understanding of incubation biology and hatchery management.
After completing the course, you are updated with the latest scientific insights regarding best practices of incubation biology and hatchery management. Furthermore, you will be able to apply them in your daily practice as the knowledge is translated into practical applications.
The course is aiming at enriching knowledge of professionals (academic level) and is intended for hatchery managers, poultry biologists, incubator manufacturers, engineers, poultry breeding companies, technical managers of poultry integration companies, veterinarians, researchers and teachers in poultry science. Furthermore, participants from the supplying industry and governments are welcome in this course.
The course includes a variety of presentations spread over two consecutive days. The topics are introduced by a number of experts. There will be sufficient opportunity for discussion. In this course we will pay attention to the following subjects:
Dr. ir. H. (Henry) van den Brand, Wageningen University, Animal Sciences and Dr. R. (Ron) Meijerhof, Poultry Performance Plus.
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