Gut Health Training in Bangkok, Thailand 2019

Dates: March 11-12, 2019

Scope of the seminar: The latest on coccidiosis control trends, dealing with bacterial enteritis and managing gut health issues and their consequences.

Language: English  |  Location: Bangkok – exact location coming soon

Monday March 11th, 2019

Morning session

  1. Welcome and introduction on gut health in poultry
  2. Intestinal tract in poultry form, function, flora: anatomy, physiology, microbiota
  3. Necrotic and Bacterial enteritis: contributing factors
  4. Coccidiosis: important disease in poultry
  5. Coccidiosis prevention tools, how to make sound anticoccidial programs

Afternoon

  • Feed quality: effect of antinutritional factors and feed structure
  • Broiler signals / farm management to optimize gut health
  • Early Feeding how it affects intestinal health
  • Consequences of bad gut health: footpad lesions and slaughterhouse condemnations

Tuesday March 12th, 2019

Morning session

  1. Gut health management: growth promotors and alternative solutions
  2. How to fight AMR and reduce AMU : practical solutions
  3. Interactive workshop: Gut Health Management, coccidiosis: vaccines and anticoccidials, Antibiotics, Additives

Afternoon session

  • Scoring systems for coccidiosis and bacterial enteritis
  • Practical session broilers: necropsy / lesion scoring coccidiosis and gut health / footpad scoring
  • Q&A
  • Wrap up & Certificate of Attendance

Pricing of 2-Day Training

Seminar only: € 1.000

Hotel + Dinner per night: prices coming soon

Attendees are welcome to book their accommodation (Deluxe Room) through us with our group-rate until 2 weeks before the event.

Pricing is VAT excluded
(i.e. Belgian attendees pay 21% VAT, non-Belgians: 0% VAT).

Payment Details

For more information, contact:

Tiago, Prucha, DVM
+351 917443901

tiago.prucha@vetworks.eu

 

Vetworks is a recognized course provider for the KMO-Portefeuille-Registration number DV.O 227496

This training will be accredited EBP-training points by the Veterinary Board.