Watch on demand now to learn new data on understanding the link between a healthy microbiome and performance success.
Review new data on influencing the composition of the microbiome early in life and how it can contribute to success at market age. These data will provide an understanding of how the gut microbiome can improve flock uniformity and performance. The data presented will also allow you to observe the link between variation in cecal microbiomes and variation in market weights of broilers. Our team will provide evidence that effective probiotics can positively impact gut microbiota composition, and that not all bacterial strains have the same capabilities. Choosing the right one for a particular goal or challenge is the key to success. The presentation will be given by Dr. Steve Lerner, Senior Scientific and Business Advisor, and Anna Karwacinska, Msc., MBA, Poultry Product Manager, both from Chr. Hansen.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- New data on understanding the link between a healthy microbiome and performance success.
- Review a study that illustrates how variation in the microbiome is manifested as variation in the weight of broilers.
- Learn ways of utilizing effective probiotics to positively influence the microbiome early in life.
- Why probiotic strain matters in selecting the right product for your challenges.
This webinar is sponsored by Chr. Hansen and presented by WATTPoultry, and WATT Global Media.
Dr. Steve Lerner, Senior Scientific and Business Advisor, Chr. Hansen
Dr. Steve Lerner is the Senior Scientific and Business Advisor for the Animal and Plant Health and Nutrition division of Chr. Hansen. Steve has a Ph.D. in Reproductive Physiology from West Virginia University and a post-doctoral Fellowship in Molecular Genetics from the University of Southern California. He holds an M.S. in Biology/Embryology from West Virginia University and a B.S. in Zoology from the University of Maryland.
Anna Karwacinska, Msc., MBA, Poultry Product Manager, Chr. Hansen
Anna Karwacinska is a Poultry Product Manager at Chr. Hansen with global responsibility. Anna graduated from Jagiellonian University and did her post-grad study in molecular biology and an MBA from Warsaw School of Economics. With over 16 years in the animal health business, Anna translates science into practical solutions, bringing them into global markets. She is passionate about the powers of good bacteria.