BUFFALO, Minn. — The Poultry Health Management School (PHMS) is going virtual for its 20th anniversary. During the May 24-25 school, participants will learn about poultry housing and management – this year’s theme for the school. Registration for students begins February 1 at 10 a.m. CST at PoultryHealthSchool.com.
“We are excited to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Poultry Health Management School and bring national experts before our students for learning the latest and greatest in poultry health and management,” said Dr. Teresa Y. Morishita, PHMS Board President and one of the founding PHMS team members.
Designed as in intensive training course for poultry producers, farm employees, and other poultry professionals, the school provides practical and relevant content. Participants will receive information on the current industry practices and trends in addition to receiving exposure to necropsy skills. Instructors will also walk students through applicable case studies in the areas of poultry nutrition, housing, management, disease, and other pertinent topics.
Typically, the number of students allowed is limited. However, this year the school will be offered to anyone who wishes to participate due to the virtual structure.
“We are ecstatic to be able to offer the school to more students this year,” said Dr. Morishita. “Having to turn students away because we reached our maximum capacity has been difficult. We won’t have that challenge this year due to our virtual programming.”
The cost to register for the comprehensive course is $300. Each attendee will receive the most recent AAAP Avian Disease Manual, an instruction guide, and educational tools needed for this engaging, interactive experience to take place in the comfort of your own space.
“We have been fortunate to provide quality content and materials to our students because of the generous support of our sponsors,” said Dr. Morishita. “The partnership between the school and our sponsors has led to incredible exposure for our students to the latest advancements in poultry health.”
All details regarding the event including: attendee registration, school agendas, sponsorships and virtual logistics can be found at PoultryHealthSchool.com. Direct all questions to Rebecca Groos, PHMS Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (763) 682-2171.
The Poultry Health Management School (PHMS) is a well-known, established entity designed to teach modern practices in poultry production and how to implement them on the farm. Since its inception in 2001, PHMS has educated more than 2,000 attendees and continues to be a leader in poultry education for farmers, farm employees, and other poultry professionals.
–Poultry Health Management School
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