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PROCEEDINGS OF  THE 24th TECHNICAL TURKEY CONFERENCE 

April 26th-27th 2001

ISSN 0041-428X                                                                              Vol. 49

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The current status of Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale p.1

Goossen van den Bosch,

Intervet International, The Netherlands

 

The Mycoplasma – a wolf in sheep's clothing? p.5

Janet Bradbury,

Dept Veterinary Pathology, University of

Liverpool, England

 

Improving reproductive efficiency in turkeys: The influence of sperm competition and function p.7

Ann M. Donoghue

Poultry Science Centre, University of Akansas,

USA

 

Are inner perivitelline sperm binding and embryonic mortality related? p.13

Vern Christensen

North Carolina State University, USA

 

Techniques for managing parent stock turkey breeder males to reduce breeding costs, improve fertility and optimise the performance commercial progeny p.19

Kenneth K. Kreuger

Diamond K Research, USA

 

The respiratory system: a critical control point during grow-out p.25

Helen Wojcinski

Hybrid international, Canada

 

Hepatic Lipidosis in turkey hen breeding candidates p.29

Peter Gazdzinski

Cuddy Farms, Canada

 

The role of coronavirues in enteric diseases of turkeys p.31

David Cavanagh

Institute for Animal Health, Compton, England

 

Dietary and enzyme strategies to reduce faecal phosphorus and potential risks p.35

Paul H. Patterson

Dept of Poultry Science, University of

Pennsylvania, USA

 

GMOs and agriculture: facts, fears, and foods p.39

David Harry

Nicholas Turkey Breeding Farms, USA

 

Influence of nutrition on imunity status of the bird p.43

Douglas Korver

University of Alberta, Canada

 

Nutrition and management effects on growth and breast meat yield p.47

Sally Noll

Extension Animal Scientist – Poultry,

University of Minnesota, USA

 

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