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March 01, 2010   Email to Friend 

POULTRY GROWER SEMINARS SET MARCH 23-26
Darryal Ray
(334) 613-4187
March 01, 2010

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Reducing utility bills and an overview of ventilation, water conservation and alternative fuels will be among the topics when the Alabama Poultry & Egg Association and National Poultry Technology Center (NPTC) hosts its annual grower seminars at six locations in Alabama March 23-26.

The seminar schedule is:

TUESDAY, MARCH 23

11:30 a.m. -- Tom Harbin Ag Center, 816 Airport Road, Luverne

6 p.m. -- Coffee County Farm Center, 1055 East McKinnon, New Brockton.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24

11:30 a.m. -- A.W. Todd Centre, 301 Washington Ave. SW, Russellville.

THURSDAY, MARCH 25

11:30 a.m. -- Cullman Civic Center, 510 Fifth Street SW, Cullman

6 p.m. -- Snead State Community College Cafeteria, 102 Walnut Street, Boaz.

FRIDAY, MARCH 26

11:30 a.m. -- Anniston City Meeting Center, 1615 Noble Street, Anniston.

A meal will be served at each meeting, and two hours of continuing education credit will be awarded toward Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation requirements. Growers are not required to pre-register for the seminars, and there is no charge.

The NPTC, which was formed three years ago at Auburn University to provide unbiased information to growers and industry, seeks to improve the bottom-line profitability of the life production sector of the U.S. poultry industry through research and education.

For more information about the seminars, contact AP&EA at 1-800-254-2732.




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