Masterclass on Breeder Management & Diseases – March 2023
Scope of the Breeder Management & Diseases training: Modern breeder management is getting more challenging as it is more and more difficult to keep populations uniform, this is key to achieve optimal performance from flocks.
Register for our live Masterclass in Bangkok, Thailand.
07 March 2023 – Bangkok, Thailand
Training on Breeder Management & Diseases: What makes this training unique is that it gives you a complete overview of the academic state of the art, while also providing you with the practical experience you need to put what you’ve learned into action on your farm.
We’re also unique in that our team has a wealth of global experience to share, so you can be confident that you’re getting the best possible training available.
Who is it for: poultry professionals, veterinarians, growers, farmers, nutritionists, technical advisors.
Accreditation: This training will be accredited by NGROD and WVEPAH.
Masterclass (1 day): € 500 (excl. VAT).
Program: Breeder Management & Diseases
Day 1: Morning session
- Welcome & Introduction
- Breeder anatomy, physiology, behaviour: reading your flock’s signals
- The egg environment and its importance for hatchability
- Male fitness: Influence on fertility
- Feeding strategies for top performing flocks
- Hatchery: the key to maintain chick quality
Day 1: Afternoon session
- Important K.P.I. in poultry production and how to use them
- Practical session:
- Egg break outs
- Assessing eggs and chick quality
- Post-Mortem examination: chicks, males and females in rear and production
- Closing remarks and awarding of certificates
Hilde Van Meirhaeghe
DVM & Global poultry consultant
Hilde is a global Poultry Consultant at Vetworks since 2010. She’s previously worked with DGZ and currently working with several partners and projects.
DVM, MRCVS & Global poultry consultant
Since June 2019, Africa works as Global poultry consultant at Vetworks with focus on breeder parent’s management, pathogens control, and biosecurity and health plans.
Accreditation from the Flemish Veterinary Board (NGROD)