Genetics in Action! UK Hy-Line Brown Results
Best Hy-Line Brown Flocks in Europe
Dr. Greg Celliers
A Bird's Eye View - Laying Hens
Dr. Ian Rubinoff
Managing Heat Stress in Layers
Dr. Ian Rubinoff, Dr. Greg Celliers, Mr. Justin Emery
Management of Fully Beaked Flocks
Learn management best practices for fully beaked flocks.
Nutrition for Fully Beaked Flocks
Learn nutrition best practices for fully beaked flocks.
Biosecurity and Poultry: Rewards, Complications, and Buy In
Biosecurity brings rewards in your operation by reducing the risk of introducing and spreading disease. Get tips from Dr. Seiche Genger’s recent presentation.
Hy-Line Webinar Series: Unlocked Potential
Part 1: Extending Lay with Dr. Ian Rubinoff
Learn about the genetic potential in Hy-Line layers when extending your flocks, including maintaining excellent feather cover, livability, shell quality and much more from Dr. Ian Rubinoff, Director of Global Technical Services for Hy-Line International.
Part 2: Nutrition for Persistency with Marcus Kenny
Learn the most effective nutrition for Hy-Line flocks coming into lay to ensure great performance through extended lay from Mr. Marcus Kenny, nutritionist for Hy-Line International.
Part 3: Preparing Flocks for Extended Lay with Dr. Greg Celliers
Learn the most effective management for your future Hy-Line flocks to ensure great performance through extended lay from Dr. Greg Celliers, Global Technical Services Veterinarian for Hy-Line International. This webinar includes recommendations for receiving day-old-chicks, pullet management and more.
Feed particle size is an often-overlooked aspect of poultry production. Producers should not assume that feed is of a uniform size and homogeneously mixed, or that the feed mill is providing the ideal mix of particles in a ration. Feed particles range in size from very fine to coarse, and different grinding methods will result in different particle size distributions. Differences in particle size within a ration can affect both the digestive system and the performance of the bird, even if the overall nutrient values are similar. Producers, therefore, should frequently evaluate feed particle size distribution and be mindful of the many variables that can affect it.