The University of Georgia began offering specialized study in the poultry sciences even before creating the Department of Poultry Science in 1912. In the years since, many students have received degrees in poultry science. The department is proud of the fact that most graduates enter poultry professions after graduation. Poultry production is Georgia's largest agricultural industry, and agriculture is Georgia's largest industry.
Research conducted in the Department of Poultry Science has three primary functions: Add to the base of scientific knowledge, provide opportunities for appropriate graduate degree training programs and provide information that will be useful to the poultry industry in Georgia.
Research with broiler chickens (nutrition, in vitro/in vivo enzyme efficacy testing, immunology, disease challenge - esp. coccidiosis, clostridium, necrotic enteritis, campylobacter, salmonella).
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Services
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