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    Poultry Breeding & Broiler Production to be Discussed at WPC 2012

    NewsPoultry NewsTuesday 05 June 2012
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    BRAZIL - The renowned veterinarian Antonio Paraguassu, an expert in Avian Pathology, will also participate in the 24th World Poultry Congress. His lecture will be about poultry breeding and broiler reproduction, with emphasis in incubation and genetics.
    Dr Paraguassu will discuss different aspects of incubation and genetic improvement that affect day-old chick quality and their relation with the performance of commercial layers.

    He considers those subjects highly relevant for the poultry market, as it has experienced significant changes in the last few years particularly because poultry product have allowed the increasing global population to have a better and more balanced diet. He also stresses that the significant role of Brazil in this scenario, as it is a major chicken meat exporter and may still expand its commercial egg production and processed egg products.

    “Considering this scenario, participating in the WPC 2012 is essential for the career of students and professionals that wish to be successful, as they will be able to interact with the most important names of the poultry industry and discover the most advanced technologies available,” recommends Dr Paraguassu.

    Those interested in participating in the WPC 2012, which is considered the most important poultry industry event, may register until 29 June, exclusively at the website www.wpc2012.com.

    Source: The Poultry Site

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