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Poultry Health Management School talks nutrition at 2019 classes

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BUFFALO, Minn. — The Poultry Health Management School hosted its 18th year of classes on May 13-17, 2019, in Ames, Iowa. Designed as in intensive training course for on-farm poultry owners and their employees, the school teaches necropsy skills, current industry practice lectures, and applicable case studies in the areas of nutrition, housing/management, disease/diagnostics, and vaccines/medications.

The 2019 theme was nutrition and the school hosted more than 200 attendees.

PHMS is organized into two schools: Turkey/Broiler Health Management School and the Layer Health Management School. Since Iowa is the number one egg producing state, the. . .

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