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JH Tech Team to Speak at Eastern NC Broiler Production Short Course Webinars

By August 31, 2020News, PLT

This year, the Eastern NC State University Broiler Production Short Course has been changed to a series of webinars that will feature presentations from three members of the Jones-Hamilton Ag technical team. The series will kick off on Wednesday, September 2 at 4pm with Connie Mou, PhD discussing moisture control strategies for better paws and drier litter.

Josh Payne, PhD, will talk about litter management during downtime on Wednesday, September 9, and Trisha Marsh Johnson, DVM, MAM, will discuss integrated litter management plans for large ABF broilers on Wednesday, September 23.

For complete short course details, download the flyer here or get registered for the webinars here.

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