Watch on-demand now to learn how Performance Minerals not only affect hen productivity but about tools and ways of truly capitalizing on those productivity advantages.
Whether more eggs, more chicks or first week livability are the keys for success, we know they depend on many outside factors for success. The one thing they have in common, they can be influenced through supplementation with performance trace minerals. Research has shown that when a hen is in better mineral status, she produces more eggs, those eggs have a higher rate of hatch and those chicks tend to be more resilient in their first weeks of life. Webinar attendees will learn more about how Performance Minerals not only affect hen productivity but about tools and ways of truly capitalizing on those productivity advantages. Featured speakers include Dr. Leonardo Linares, Global RNS Species Leader – Poultry at Zinpro, and Maureen Bain, professor at the University of Glasgow.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Tips on how to achieve optimum egg production, higher hatch and more resilient chicks.
- The role trace minerals play to improve epithelial tissue protection, therefore improving reproduction.
- Insights on how to reduce the vertical transmission of Salmonella into eggs.
- An introduction to a new tool that helps assess breeder production and nutritional improvement opportunities.
This webinar is sponsored by Zinpro Corporation and is presented by WATTAgNet, Feed Strategy and WATT Global Media.
Dr. Leonardo Linares, Global RNS Species Leader – Poultry, Zinpro
Dr. Leonardo Linares is the Global RNS Species Leader – Poultry at Zinpro. He earned his doctoral degree in animal science from the University of Missouri. He directs research and technical nutritional services for the Zinpro RNS poultry team worldwide.
Maureen Bain, professor, University of Glasgow
Over the past 30 years, Maureen Bain has developed an interdisciplinary line of research developing novel methods for assessing egg and eggshell quality and has been involved in a number of EU and BBSRC funded collaborative projects concerned with improving the quality and safety of eggs. Her expertise and research profile in egg quality research and avian reproduction has led to the establishment of longstanding partnerships with industry stakeholders including breeding companies in the egg and meat sectors of the industry. She has supervised many undergraduate and post graduate research projects, published more than 140 scientific papers, written numerous book chapters and delivered talks on the subject of egg quality through various media nationally and internationally. Bain is a council member of the U.K. branch of WPSA, and British Poultry Science Ltd. and, until 2018, was the chairperson of the European Poultry Federation WG4 (Egg and Egg products). Through these roles, she has been able to influence policy and provide support for early career researchers and workers involved with the poultry industry. She was made a full professor in 2013, and having taught in the School of Veterinary Medicine for most of her academic career, was appointed as college Dean for Learning and Teaching in 2018. In this role, she has responsibility for all undergraduate teaching in the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life sciences.