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Deadline for submission of Branch Development Proposals are January 1st and July 1st!

Deadlines for submission of Travel Grants is at least three months prior to the meeting!

Deadlines for submission of Speakers' Bureau applications is at least two months prior to the meeting! 

 

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On the 24th of November 2018, the World Poultry Science Association (WPSA Branch Austria) held its first session titled ‘Reduction of antibiotics in laying hens - challenges and perspectives’ at the BOKU University in Vienna, Austria. To the delight of the organisers, the event was fully booked.

More than 80 participants had interdisciplinary discussions about the many factors that lead to the use of antibiotics in laying hens. The speakers highlighted various perspectives, including aspects of health status, prophylaxis, feeding and stable climate were discussed intensively by participants from the poultry industry, feed industry, research and the role of veterinarians and practitioners.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Gierus, Chairman of the WPSA Branch Austria, was pleased with this successful conference, which was attended by guests from Switzerland, Germany and Austria: "The great response to this event reinforces our resolve to continue with activities and follow our goals as part of the WPSA, which has sadly been inactive in Austria for a long time. The joint exchange within the entire poultry industry was intensively pursued”.

Articles in upcoming Journals

  • Bozidar Milosevic - Machine learning application in growth and health prediction of broiler chickens
  • Rajesh Chhabra - Toll like receptors and cytokines as immunostimulatory adjuvants in poultry vaccines: current status and future trends
  • Karim El-Sabrout - Does magnetised drinking water influence poultry's health and production?
  • Bethany Baker - When pain and stress interact: looking at stress-induced analgesia and hyperalgesia in birds
  • Dragana Ljubojevic - The role, importance and toxicity of arsenic in poultry nutrition
  • Luis Sarmiento Franco - Slow-growing male chickens fit poultry production systems with outdoor access
  • Tomasz Szwaczkowski - Conservation of goose genetic resources in Poland - past and present status
  • Lujiang Qu - Potential use of spectroscopic techniques for assessing table eggs and hatching

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