Research Impacts Day scheduled for Friday, May 8th, 2020 has been cancelled.  Over the next few months we will continue to explore options of rescheduling this event.

We will keep you updated about this event as well as others with our latest news and e-blast. For all registrants, full refunds will be issued prior to the end of March 2020.  PIC will be reaching out to all event sponsors over the next few weeks.  Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at pic@poultryindustrycouncil.ca.  Thank you and stay safe.

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Research Impacts Day

Get ready, for the poultry industry council’s annual Research Impacts Day, dedicated to sharing the findings from current poultry research. Join in on networking to further the discussion of results, their future impacts and applications of information. Save the date, and stay tuned for more information.

Registration fee is $55.00 for Members, and $70.00 for Non-Members.  

Not a member? Consider joining Today! Click Here for information.

Best Western – Arden Park Hotel
552 Ontario Street
Stratford, ON N5A 3J3

Marketing opportunities for sponsors, currently still available.    All sponsors are welcomed to set up a pop-up banner and/or a display table.

Sponsorship

Description

Cost

General General Sponsorship supporters receive: Logo is added to print materials and on looped slide show during the event. $250.00
Event Event Sponsors show their support through: Acknowledgment at the event, advertisement on our looped slide show, table top signage, and on Ag Lender’s day web-page. $1,000.00
Executive Supporter

Executive Supporters get top exposure: Corporate logo included on participant agenda, registration form, e-communications, and on Ag Lender’s Day web-page. Acknowledgment at the event, advertisement on looped slide show, table top signage.

$2,500.00

Research Day Agenda

Topic

Speaker

10:00 am Opening Remarks Sabrina McDonald, PIC
Extension – is research applicable to the industry? Emily Lhamon, Extension Agent Pennsylvania State University
Application of New Technology to the Industry Dr. Kayla Price, Alltech
Enteric health, with a focus on non-antibiotic strategies to prevent and treat diseases. The goal of the research is to lead to higher-quality, animal protein at lower costs, as the result of fewer needed, and costly, health interventions. Professor Lisa Bielke, Ohio State University

Click Here to Read Dr. Bielke’s Bio

Extension efforts in the USA and Penn State. Emily Lhamon, Extension Agent Pennsylvania State University
Antimicrobial resistance in Commercial and Non-commercial poultry flocks. Dr. Csaba Varga, OMAFRA
12:00 pm Lunch
10 Minute Speed Presentations Dr. Elijah Kairie’s Research Students, University of Guelph
Can insect meal replace soybean meal in practical laying hen diets: impact on egg production, egg quality & other responses? Masters Student, Zipporah Mwaniki
Low crude protein amino acids fortified programs for laying hens: how much isoleucine for optimal egg size and economics? Masters Student, Ilona Parenteau
Rethinking amino acids nutrition in broilers raised without antibiotics: the gut vs. tissue protein accretion PhD Student, Emily Kim
Feeding breeders to influence progeny: lessons from feeding pullets breeders omega-3 fatty acids PhD Student, Reza Akbari Kakhki
Feeding breeders to influence progeny: lessons from feeding broiler breeders omega-3 fatty acids “Ash”, Aizwarya Thanabalan
What is it about pre-lay calcium/limestone particle size and housing? Does it really matter for skeletal health, productivity, longevity in layers? PhD Student, Tanka Khanal
Role of functional feed ingredients in promoting gut development and function in broilers: Epidermal growth factors. Masters Student, Stellah Mbao
Dealing with feed ingredients variability: Interactions between fiber, feed enzymes, poultry species Masters Student, Juan Sanchez
End of Speed Talks
Mining social media for clues that could help establish a correlation between what is talked about by Twitter users and what is reported through actual surveillance and diagnostic activities by the World Health Organization, the World Organization for Animal Health and others. PhD student, Samira Yousif
Slow grow chickens by the numbers. Midian Nascimento Dos Santos, University of Guelph
3:30 pm Closing Comments – What is our take home messages from today.

Thank you to our Event Level Sponsors