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Poultry Health Today marks 5th year with more than two dozen video interviews, session coverage at IPPE

ATLANTA, Feb. 12, 2019 — Poultry Health Today, the world’s only news website focused on poultry health, is marking its 5th anniversary by covering technical sessions and conducting more than two dozen interviews with poultry-health experts and trend watchers at the 2019 International Production & Processing Expo.

Sponsored exclusively by Zoetis, Poultry Health Today will tackle a wide range of topics with top opinion leaders, including independent poultry scientists Greg Mathis, PhD; Guillermo Zavala, DVM, PhD; and Charles Hofacre, DVM, PhD.

Other specialists visiting with Poultry Health Today include Ashley Peterson, PhD, National Chicken Council; Greg Rennier, Rennier Associates Inc.; Robert Beckstead, North Carolina State University; Sam Hendrix, DVM, Colorado Quality Research; Phil Stayer, DVM, Sanderson Farms, and many more.

The informative conversations will be posted to Poultry Health Today’s colorful website and its mobile app, available through the App Store and Google Play, over the new few days and weeks.

The Poultry Health Today news desk is located at the Zoetis exhibit (C11525).  For a free subscription, click here.


Posted on February 12, 2019


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