Delmarva Poultry Summit 2019
Delmarva Poultry University-Industry Partnership Summit 2019
Wicomico Civic Center
500 Glen Ave, Salisbury, MD 21804
March 13, 2019
8:00 AM - 4:45 PM
Door opens at 8:00 AM for poster set-up, arrival and registration.
The Delmarva Poultry University-Industry Partnership Committee is pleased to welcome the poultry industry, university, federal and state partners, and stakeholders to the Delmarva Poultry University-Industry Partnership Summit that will be held on March 13, 2019 (8:00 AM - 4:45 PM) at the Wicomico Civic Center.
After the Poultry Summit held in 2017 at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, a University-Industry Partnership Committee was formed. The mission of the committee is to develop a coordinated approach within our Universities’ research, teaching and extension programs as well as the public and private sectors to identify priorities and needs of the poultry industry and facilitate approaches to address those needs. Our vision is to create a strong, ongoing collaboration that engages all partners and stakeholders in ensuring a healthy poultry industry in the region. In line with that mission, the committee requested updates from its constituents on their recent activities. The following reports provide a summary of activities related to the poultry industry. It is our hope that this consolidated report will foster further collaborations.
The Summit aims to enhance the collaboration between the universities and the poultry industry and together work for a vibrant poultry economy in our region.
The universities serving Delmarva are the University of Delaware (UDEL), Delaware State University (DESU), University of Maryland at College Park (UMCP), University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) and the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). Posters will be displayed throughout the day of the Summit. Faculty and university representatives will be available to answer questions.
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Doors open at 8:00AM for poster set-up and registration. Light breakfast, breaks and lunch provided.
|Delamarva Poultry Summit 2019 - List of Posters|
|1||Animal Welfare||Evaluating humane methods to euthanize broilers|
|2||Environment||Using Vegetative Buffers to Improve Neighbor Relations –Fan Noise|
|3||Environment||The Delaware Waterfowl Tracker|
|4||Environment||Anaerobic Digestion of Poultry Manure|
|5||Environment||Fluidized Bed Combustion of Poultry Manure|
|6||Environment||Legal Defenses and impact on Agricultural Operations|
|7||Live Production||Measuring Extension's Impact: Poultry|
|8||Live Production||Effect of manganese preconditioning and replacing inorganic manganese with organic manganese on performance of male broiler chicks.|
|9||Live Production||Improvement of Radiant Heater Efficiency by Cleaning Reflector|
|10||Food Safety and Processing||Influence of Poultry Based-Biological Soil Amendments in Pathogen Persistence and Transfer Dynamics in a Pre-harvest Environment|
|11||Food Safety and Processing||Effects of strain and stocking density on broiler carcass yield and meat quality|
|12||Food Safety and Processing||Mitigating Effects of Early Heat Conditioning against Heat Stress in Growth, Oxidative stress, and Breast Meat Quality of Broilers|
|13||Food Safety and Processing||Prevalence of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli within Nontraditional Irrigation Water Sources on the Delmarva Peninsula|
|14||Food Safety and Processing||The Effect of the Life Cycle Phase on the Proteomic and Transcriptomic Profiles of Salmonella Typhimurium in Brain Heart Infusion and Ground Chicken Extract|
|15||Poultry Health||University of Delaware Avian Bioscience Center International Poultry Health Training Certificate Programs|
|16||Poultry Health||Evaluation of a Low Cost Vehicle Disinfection System|
|17||Poultry Health||Protection Afforded By Avian Influenza Vaccination Programs Consisting Of A Novel RNA Particle And An Inactivated Avian Influenza Vaccine Against A Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Virus Challenge In Layer Chickens Up To 18 Weeks Post Vaccination.|
|18||Poultry Health||Evaluating the Role of Exosomes in Marek’s Disease Virus (MDV) Pathogenesis and Vaccine-induced Protection|
|19||Poultry Health||Linc-GALMD1 regulates viral gene expression in the chicken|
|20||Poultry Health||Early-life thermal conditioning alleviates effects of heat stress in broilers|
|21||Poultry Health||A novel avian paramyxovirus type-3 expressing VP2 protein of Infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) protects chickens against virulent IBDV challenge|
|22||Poultry Health||A recombinant Newcastle disease virus (NDV) expressing S protein of infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) as a bivalent vaccine against virulent IBV and NDV.|
|23||Poultry Health||Adaptation of hepatic mitochondrial metabolism and lipogenesis during embryonic to post-hatch transition in chicken|
|24||Poultry Health||Implications of early antibiotic and probiotic supplementation|
|25||Poultry Health||Production of cross-protective autogenous bacterin vaccine strains for controlling Escherichia coli infections in poultry|
|26||Poultry Health||Controlling necrotic enteritis in broilers in the drug-free era|
|27||Poultry Health||Effects of dietary supplementation of direct feed microbials on performance and intestinal morphology of broiler chickens challenged with coccidiosis|
|28||Poultry Health||Development of a bivalent vaccine against Infectious laryngotracheitis virus and Newcastle disease virus|