WEBINAR: Choosing a non-antibiotic feed additive to meet production needsWEBINAR: Choosing a non-antibiotic feed additive to meet production needs
May 25, 2021
Date: Jun 17, 2021
The reduction in the use of antibiotics in agriculture, specifically in poultry has not been one concentrated effort but rather a mix of different plans to fit customer needs. The market is crowded with a variety of additives to help with every aspect of poultry disease and performance. Picking the correct additive for the challenges in a particular operation is not easy or straightforward.
When you attend this webinar, you will learn:
Understanding the challenges of non-antibiotic poultry production
Reviewing available alternatives and their pros and cons
Identifying the right product for the right situation
Understanding what DSM alternatives can do to improve production
Dr. TJ Gaydos
Gaydos Technical Services
Dr. TJ Gaydos is graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He earned a Master in Avian Medicine from the University of Georgia and is a diplomate of the American College of Poultry Veterinarians. As the owner of Gaydos Technical Services, LLC- TJ works as a private consultant to the poultry industry. Dr. Gaydos has spent his veterinary career working to improve intestinal health, animal welfare, production efficiency, and reduce zoonotic diseases. He works extensively with coccidiosis, intestinal health, probiotics and prebiotics, and other non-antimicrobial feed additives.
Dr. Callie McQuain
Senior Manager, Poultry Regional Technical Services
Callie provides poultry field technical services and sales support as well as assist with research opportunities in gut health. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University. She earned her Master of Avian Medicine degree from the University of Georgia. She is also a diplomate of the American College of Poultry Veterinarians.
Prior to DSM, Callie was a veterinarian with Cobb-Vantress, Inc. for three years, where she implemented and monitored health programs with broilers and broiler breeders. She also was a former veterinary student summer intern at Prestage Farms where she focused working with turkeys.
Callie lives in Jacksonville, North Carolina with her husband David and 4 children Isaiah, Noah, Gabriel, and Naomi.
Andy Vance - Moderator
Director, Strategic Accounts
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