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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF STRESS ON FOODBORNE PATHOGEN COLONIZATION IN TURKEYS

Location: Poultry Production and Products Safety Research

Title: Keynote Symposium. Tomorrow’s Poultry: Genomics, Physiology, and Well-Being. Keynote Symposium welcome and introduction.

Author
item Huff, Geraldine

Submitted to: Poultry Science
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: October 8, 2009
Publication Date: April 1, 2010
Citation: Huff, G.R. 2010. Keynote Symposium. Tomorrow’s Poultry: Genomics, Physiology, and Well-Being. Keynote Symposium welcome and introduction. Poultry Science. 89(4):803-804.

Interpretive Summary: The purpose of this symposium is to provide members and guests of the Poultry Science Association (PSA) with an opportunity to interact with industry and research leaders who are pursuing the use of functional genomic tools, basic physiology of the stress response, and traditional behavioral methodology to improve the well-being of poultry. The major goal is to formulate plans for the future of the poultry industry; a future in which it is clear that animal well-being will become an increasingly important element.

Technical Abstract: The purpose of this symposium is to provide members and guests of the Poultry Science Association (PSA) with an opportunity to interact with industry and research leaders who are pursuing the use of functional genomic tools, basic physiology of the stress response, and traditional behavioral methodology to improve the well-being of poultry. The major goal is to formulate plans for the future of the poultry industry; a future in which it is clear that animal well-being will become an increasingly important element.

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