Webinar: How 3rd evolution cellular nutrition concept influences price and increases performance
December 1 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Register to expand your knowledge on new innovative technology that is cellular nutrition.
Learn how cellular nutrition can increase the utilization of the genetic potential in poultry. Gain knowledge on how it is optimizing cellular energy efficiencies, improving net energy, and potentially increasing performance or alternatively reducing cost in the upcoming AlzChem webinar. Featured speaker includes Dr. John Thomson, U.S. Sales Manager for Feed Additives for AlzChem Animal Health.
This webinar will broadcast at: 9:00 AM CST (Chicago) / 3:00 PM GMT (London) / 10:00 PM CST (Beijing).
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Learn about a new technology synergistic to current concepts.
- Expand knowledge on new innovative technology that is cellular nutrition.
- Learn more about how creatine is a good example of this new approach and how it is optimizing cellular efficiency.
This webinar is sponsored by AlzChem Animal Health and presented by Feed Strategy, WATTPoultry, and WATT Global Media.
Dr. John Thomson, U.S. Sales Manager for Feed Additives for AlzChem Animal Health.
Veteran nutritionist Dr. John Thomson is the U.S. Sales Manager for Feed Additives for AlzChem Animal Health. During his career, Dr. Thomson has managed research programs with a number of different feed and nutrition companies, provided technical support and training to customers and staff, and worked with customers to implement improvements. Recently, he was responsible for the management of research and technical support programs for AlzChem’s Creamino, an innovative, patent-protected preparation of guanidinoacetic acid (GAA). Dr. Thomson earned his doctorate in Nutrition from North Carolina State University, and a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia. Starting as county agricultural extension agent, and throughout his career, Dr. Thomson has worked with farmers to improve the health and well-being of animals and the efficiency of production agriculture.