Poultry biosecurity, pathologies and necropsies, main topics of the III International Poultry Course
The course, organized by Biovet S.A and the Scientific University, will be held on October 20 and 21 in Lima (Peru)
The III International Poultry Course will be held on October 20 and 21 in Lima (Peru).Â The training is aimed for students of Veterinary Medicine, Zootechnics and professionals of the poultry industry, interested in expanding their knowledge in the sector. Among other topics, the following will be addressed:Â poultry biosecurity, pathologies and necropsies.Â The course is organized by the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences of the Scientific University of the South (Scientific) and Biovet S.A., with the sponsorship ofÂ Adivet,Â Alquermes de MĂ©xicoÂ andÂ Veterinaria Digital.
The course has been divided into five sessions that will address from avianÂ immunology and biosecurityÂ to the necropsies, through ruralÂ poultry and ecology. “Anatomophysiological factors in birds related to immunity”, “International experiences ofÂ â€ścriollaâ€ťÂ bird breeding and importance of food security” or “Prevalent diseases in poultry farms of the Peruvian coast. Control and prevention”, among others, are the topics that will be addressed during the training sessions.
Among the teachers of the course, are: Dr. Anna Tesouro (Biovet SA), Dr.Â Cristina Latasa (Recombina), the researcher Connie Gallardo (Scientist), Dr. Hugo PatiĂ±o (Adivet), Dr. Jaime Borrell ( Biovet SA) and Fernando Castro, of FAO (Organization of the United Nations for Food and Agriculture) or Med. Vet. Liliana Rebolledo (University of Sao Paulo).
This course is the result of the agreement thatÂ ScientistÂ andÂ Biovet S.AÂ signed in 2016 to collaborate in scientific research and teaching related to animal nutrition. Within this agreement in 2017 four graduation theses were carried out in the experimental farm builtÂ exprofeso,Â by students. The objective of all the studies is to evaluate the improvement of intestinal welfare by incorporating pronutrients (natural extracts of plants) into the feed that are used in animal production.
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EXPO OF CREOLE HENS
On the other hand, in the framework of the course will also take place the First Expo of Creole and Ornamental Hens, which will take place from October 19th to 21st. The sample will include the participation of the specialist in Spanish autochthonous races, Eduard Torres; the representative of Isamisac, Miguel Alejo Espinoza, and the representative of the Peruvian Association of Poultry Farming, Ricardo Pedraglio.