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Safety in Numbers:
How to Apply Predictive Analysis
to Improve Pathogen Control in Poultry  
 

On Demand
Cost: Free

Stricter performance standards are challenging the status quo in the poultry industry. A re-evaluation of current interventions has many companies turning to new technologies and innovative strategies to help further drive down pathogen rates from live production to processing. The focus has now shifted to using better data to understand the effectiveness of applied interventions, allowing processors to make rapid, more cost-effective decisions for improved pathogen control.

We have brought together a panel of industry experts to present on these new technologies and creative solutions that are transforming the poultry landscape today. We will also discuss the benefits of predictive enumeration and how it is being used to provide rapid insight into intervention performance and impact.

Speaker Panel

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TJ Gaydos, DVM
Poultry Technical Services Manager
Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care 

"A Sticky Situation - Yeast and Pathogen Binding in Animal Feed"

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Roy Radcliff, PhD 
Chief Executive Officer   
Marshfield Food Safety LLC
 

"Rapid Quantitative Methods for the Detection of Salmonella in a Variety of Poultry Matrices with the Atlas System."

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Jim Plyler
           Consultant          
Turkey Health and Specialties LLC

"Going Antibiotic-Free - The Significance of Measuring and Monitoring the Impacts on Pathogen Load in Antibiotic-Free Feed Programs"

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Lisa Leier
          Business Development Manager, Protein Markets         
Roka Bioscience

"Keeping it Real - Transitioning to Predictive Enumeration for Real Decisions Based on Real Numbers in Real Time" 

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