Drinking water challenges require identifying, correctingDrinking water challenges require identifying, correcting
Identifying, quantifying and correcting drinking water challenges in a herd or flock is good for the animal and bottom line, say Dr. Susan Watkin, professor emeritus of the University of Arkansas.
October 6, 2023
The quality of animal drinking water has been historically overlooked in production systems. The good news is that is changing and more attention is starting to be paid on-farm to water quality and quantity.
Joining us to share her expertise on water is Dr. Susan Watkins. Dr. Watkins is a distinguished professor emeritus of the University of Arkansas’s Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service. During her 22-year career, she assisted the poultry industry throughout the US and world with identifying, quantifying and correcting drinking water challenges.
You can hear more from Dr. Watkins and many other experts for FREE at the virtual Kemin Intestinal Health Symposium – Sessions are available for on-demand viewing now. Register and access today at www.kemin.com/symposium.
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