CNM SEMINAR: Nutrition for highly prolific modern laying hen amid evolving housing and consumer needs
Date and Time
Virtual (MS Teams) and in-person (ANNU 030)
Welcome to the July installment of the Nutrition Seminar Series, hosted by the Centre for Nutrition Modelling (Animal Biosciences Department). Each month, we deliver seminars from a different lab within the ABSC Nutrition group, and share their exciting new research in a dynamic manner.
This month we bring you “Nutrition for highly prolific modern laying hen amid evolving housing and consumer needs”. The Kiarie lab will will highlight of 6 years of research in pullets and laying hens on aspects of egg quality, gastrointestinal, skeletal and liver health.
Speakers: Dr. Trevor DeVries, Brandon Van Soest (PhD candidate), and Clayton McWilliams (MSc student)
This seminar will be hosted in ANNU room 030 (live!) and also stream online via TEAMS.
Please feel free to forward these seminar invites to industry partners or others outside the department who may be interested.