History & previous meeting

1998: University of Warwick (Glenn Baggott)

International Hatchery Practice, 13(2) - 1998.

The problems of starting turkey poults from young breeder flocks. N. French, p.23.
The effect of vitamin E, green tea extracts and catchin on the storage of turkey spermatozoa. A. Maldjian, P. Surai & B. K. Speake, p.23-24.
An alternative approach to hatching. A. Havard, p.24-25.
Divergent selection on the basis of the duration of fertility in fowl hens. J. P. Brillard, C. Beaumont & M. F. Scheller, p. 24.
Factors affecting early embryonic mortality in domestic fowl. D. C. Deeming, p.25.
The composition of goose eggs. P. F. Surai, B. K. Speake & N. Wood, p.25.
Vitamin E in avian reproduction. P. Surai, p.26.
Falcoln fertility and hatchability. N. C. Fox, M. Paterson J. Carranza & C. Lindberg, p.26.
Vitamin E and carotenoids in goose tissues during embryonic development. P. F. Surai, B. K. Speake & N. Wood, p.27.
A national survey on incubation of turkey eggs in France in 1998. F. Batellier, H. Antoine & J. P. Brillard, p.27.
Sperm-egg interaction as a tool for monitoring reproductive efficiency in broiler breeder flocks. R. C. Hazary & G. J. Wishart, p.29.
Localisation of carbonic anhydrase in the distal oviduct of the ostrich. L. Holm, Y. Ridderstrale, S. Ruziwa & V. Dantzer, p.29.



Key Note Speakers

for 2024 IFRG meeting

Anais Carvalho, Ph.D

Anais Carvalho, Ph.D

Rooster fertility: diagnosis and conservation

Dinah Nicholson, Ph.D

Dinah Nicholson, Ph.D

Development and Updates on SPIDES; sciences and practices

Servet Yalcin, Ph.D

Servet Yalcin, Ph.D

Impact of incubation temperature on meat quality in broilers

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