Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS)


The Australian Poultry Science Symposium is the premier avian science conference in Australia and attracts delegates from across Australia and from all around the World.
In 2018 we will be sticking with our move away from the University Campus, as all the feedback from last years event was extremely good. The move allowed us to access larger better quality facilities and provide a much larger range of accommodation options for delegates.
It is our goal over the coming years, to grow the attendance of this conference from around 250 people currently, up to 300-400 delegates.
There will again be an interesting array of local and international invited speakers, and as always, we will be inviting researchers far and wide to submit and present a large range of scientific papers, loaded with industry-relevant content.
As usual, our extraordinary social program will also give you plenty of networking opportunities.

The Poultry Research Foundation (PRF), in conjunction with World’s Poultry Science Association (WPSA), Australian Branch, cordially invites you to the 29th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium.

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POULTRY: BIG PICTURE, BIG DATA, BIG FUTURE

WHEN:
  • Pre-Registration + Debate Night - Sunday 4th Feb, 2018
  • Conference - Monday 5th - Wednesday 7th Feb, 2018
  • Symposium Dinner - Tuesday 6th Feb, 2018
WHERE:
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MAJOR THEMES
  • Broiler Breeder Nutrition
  • Low Protein Broiler Rations
  • Layer Hen Wellbeing
HOT TOPICS
  • Consumer Views
  • Big Data
IMPORTANT KEY DATES
26th June, 2017 30th September, 2017 2nd October, 2017 15th December, 2017
Paper Submission Portal opens

Full paper submission deadline: Acceptance of submissions made
after this date will be at the discretion
of the Organising Committee.

Online Registration available

Author Registration Deadline: All authors with an accepted paper must be registered by this date or their paper will be removed from the proceedings.
INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Stuart Wilkinson - Feedworks
  • Paul Wigley - UK
  • Etienne Corrent - France
  • Nick Hover - Woolworths
  • Heather Bray - University of Adelaide
  • Rob Moore - RMIT Melbourne
  • John Dunn - Egg Farmers Australia
  • Patrick Garland - UK
  • Martin Krzywinski - Canada
  • Martin Zuidhof - USA