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Join us at the 2019 PSA Annual Meeting
Montréal, Québec, Canada | July 15-18, 2019

About event

DuPont is pleased to be a Gold sponsor of the 2019 Poultry Science Association (PSA) Annual Meeting.  This key scientific meeting provides a venue for scientists or practitioners involved in teaching, extension, research, and commercial activities to present the latest research in all areas of poultry nutrition.

Through the lens of Nutribiosis, DuPont is developing animal nutrition and health solutions – aimed to improve animal performance, increase livability and support animal welfare.

Oral presentations

DuPont will be presenting a significant number of abstracts at this year’s meeting.  Click here to add our experts’ talks to your itinerary when planning your schedule.

Tuesday, July 16
8:45 AM – Student Competition: Metabolism and Nutrition: Nutrition II – Room: Av Laurier
60: Effect of conditioning temperature on broiler performance, nutrient digestibility and processingyield. Martha Rueda Lastres*1, Andrea Rubio3, Charles Starkey1, Franco Mussini2,Wilmer Pacheco1 1Poultry Science Dept., Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, United States;2DuPont Industrial Biosciences, Cave Springs, Arkansas, United States; 3Poultry Science Dept., North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Wednesday, July 17
9:00 AM - Student Competition: Metabolism and Nutrition: Nutrition IV – Room: Av Laurier
217: Blood pH and blood gasses of laying hens as affected by limestone particle size, phytase  inclusion, and time after oviposition. Micaela Sinclair-Black*1,2, Roselina Angel3, Wenting Li4, Peter Plumstead5 1Chemunique (Pty) Ltd, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa; 2University of Pretoria, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa; 3University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, United States; 4DuPont Animal Nutrition, Wilmington, Delaware, United States; 5Chemunique (Pty) Ltd, Johannesburg, South Africa

11:00 AM - Metabolism and Nutrition: Feed Additives I – Room: Av Viger
229: Phytogenic feed additive offers an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters in broiler diets. Abiodun Bello*1, Shi Bai2, Yueming Dersjant-Li1, Wenting Li1, Leon Marchal1 1DuPont Animal Nutrition‚ Nutrition & Biosciences, Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands; 2Institute of Animal Nutrition, Sichuan Agricultural University, Chengdu, Sichuan, China

2:00 PM - Immunology, Health and Disease I - Room:  Rue Mansfield/Rue Sherbrooke/Rue McGill
252: Evidence of reduced virulence patterns of Avian Pathogenic E. coli (APEC) in broilers from Enviva CSI Bacillus strains following inoculation from breeder hens. Jordon Gruber*1, Elizabeth Kim1, Alastair Thomas1, Terry Parrott1 1Danisco US Inc.‚ DuPont Animal Nutrition, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States


Thursday, July 18

8:15 AM – Immunology, Health and Disease II – Room: Rue Mansfield/Rue Sherbrooke/Rue McGil
316: The effect of direct fed microbials application in the water on performance and gut microbial composition of broiler chickens. Alexander Yitbarek*1, Kirsty Gibbs1, Marion Bernardeau1, Qiong Wang1 1DuPont Industrial Biosciences, Wilmington, Delaware, United States

8:30 AM - Immunology, Health and Disease II – Room: Rue Mansfield/Rue Sherbrooke/Rue McGil
317: The effect of direct fed microbials in the feed on performance and gut microbial composition of broiler chickens with a mild necrotic enteritis challenge. Wenting Li1, Alexander Yitbarek*1, Qiong Wang1 1DuPont Industrial Biosciences, Wilmington, Delaware, United States

9:45 AM - Metabolism and Nutrition: Feed Additives III – Room: Av Viger
351: Exogenous protease dose in diets varying in nutrient density and effects on hindgut microflora in broilers. Elizabeth Kim*1, Jordon Gruber1, Franco Mussini1, Jim Wilson1, Michael Perry1, Janet Remus1 1Danisco US Inc.‚ DuPont Animal Nutrition, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States

11:00 AM - Metabolism and Nutrition, Enzymes I - Room: Rue Notre Dame/Rue St. Denis
340: Buttiauxella phytase supplementation in a nutrient-reduced diet consistently increased apparent ileal digestibility of amino acids in broiler starters. Abiodun Bello*1, Reza Abdollahi2, Yueming Dersjant-Li1, Leon Marchal1, Ravi Ravindran2 1DuPont Animal Nutrition‚ Nutrition & Biosciences, Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands; 2Monogastric Research Centre, School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

11:45 AM - Metabolism and Nutrition, Enzymes I - Room: Rue Notre Dame/Rue St. Denis
343: Buttiauxella phytase at 3,000 FTU/kg improved growth performance and carcass yield of heavy broilers under mild-challenged condition. Abiodun Bello*1, Enric Esteve-Garcia2, Yueming Dersjant-Li1, Rachael Hardy1, Leon Marchal1 1DuPont Animal Nutrition‚ Nutrition & Biosciences, Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands; 2Institute of Agrifood Research and Technology, Constantí, Spain

1:00 PM - Metabolism and Nutrition, Enzymes II - Room: Rue Notre Dame/Rue St. Denis
386: Impact of phytate concentration from corn on diet Ca and P digestibility in the presence or absence of phytase. Roselina Angel*2, Henk Enting3, Wenting Li1 1DuPont Animal Nutrition, Wilmington, Delaware, United States; 2University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, United States; 3Cargill, Velddriel, Gelderland, Netherlands

1:45 PM - Metabolism and Nutrition: Amino Acids – Room: Av Duluth/Av Van-Horne 
374: Intestinal permeability and gene expression of selected tight junctions and interleukins in broiler chickens fed reduced protein diets supplemented with arginine, glutamine and glycine. Reza Barekatain*1,2, Peter Chrystal3, Clive McLaughlan1, Gordon S. Howarth2, Saad Gilani4 1South Australian Research and Development Institute, Roseworthy, South Australia, Australia; 2School of Animal and Veterinary Science, University of Adelaide, Roseworthy, South Australia, Australia; 3PRF, Sydney University‚ Camden, Pendle Hill, New South Wales, Australia; 4DuPont Danisco Animal Nutrition, Archimedesweg 30, 2333 CN, Netherlands

Poster sessions

Monday, July 15
5:00 – 6:30 PM - Room: Square Dorchester
499P: Effects of xylanase supplementation on growth performance in broilers fed reduced-energy corn-soybean meal diets. Kyle Brown*1, Hunter Walters1, Jim Wilson2, Janet Remus2, Jason Lee1, Tri Duong1 1Poultry Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, United States; 2DuPont Animal Nutrition, Danisco US Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, United States

500P: Relative pH range and IP6 degradation rate: an in vitro efficacy examination of two commercially available phytases. Janet Remus*1, Trine Christensen2, Rie Mejldal2, Yueming Dersjant-Li3 1Danisco US‚ Inc.‚ DuPont Animal Nutrition, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States; 2DuPont Nutritional Biosciences ApS‚ DuPont Industrial Biosciences, Brabrand, Denmark; 3Genencor International‚ B.V.‚ Danisco Animal Nutrition, Leiden, Netherlands

501P: Phytase activity at pH 1.5 to 6.5 and IP6 degradation rate: an in vitro study. Janet Remus*1, Trine Christensen2, Rie Mejldal2, Yueming Dersjant-Li3 1Danisco US Inc.‚ DuPont Animal Nutrition, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States; 2DuPont Nutrition Biosciences ApS‚ DuPont Industrial Biosciences, Brabrand, Denmark; 3Genencor International‚ B.V.‚ Danisco Animal Nutrition, Leiden, Netherlands

 

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