News & Views September/October 2018 Edition

2019 USPOULTRY Seminar Schedule Registration Available on Our Website, www.uspoultry.org Feed Mill Management Seminar March 19-20, Nashville,Tennessee Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown Human Resources Seminar April 15-17, Destin, Florida Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa National Breeders Roundtable TBD, St. Louis, Missouri Renaissance St. Louis Airport Poultry ProcessorWorkshop TBD, Myrtle Beach, SC Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort Financial Management Seminar June 24-26, Destin, Florida Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa Hatchery Breeder Clinic July 9-10, Nashville,Tennessee Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry Sponsored by GeorgiaTech Research Institute, Georgia Poultry Federation, National Chicken Council, National Turkey Federation and USPOULTRY August 12-14, Destin, Florida Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa Women’s Leadership Conference August 15-16, Destin, Florida Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa Live Production andWelfare Seminar Sponsored by National Chicken Council, NationalTurkey Federation, United Egg Producers and USPOULTRY September 17-18 Nashville,Tennessee Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown Environmental Management Seminar September 19-20, Destin, Florida Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa Poultry Protein & Fat Seminar TBD, Kansas City, MO Marriott Country Club Plaza Air Cargo Seminars DatesTBD Miami, Florida NewYork, NewYork Atlanta, Georgia Grower Relations Seminars Scheduled upon Industry Request PoultryWastewater OperatorsTraining Scheduled upon Industry Request West Virginia University Awarded $3,265 Student Recruitment Grant from USPOULTRY Foundation The USPOULTRY Foundation awarded a $3,265 student recruiting grant to West Virginia University’s Division of Animal and Nutritional Sciences, with the grant made possible in part from an endowing Foundation gift from Cargill. The grant check was presented by Tim Maupin, vice president of Poultry Live Production and Procurement at Cargill, and USPOULTRY board member andWest Virginia University alumnus, during College Student Career Program activities at the 2018 International Poultry Expo, part of the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE). Funds will be used to host events for industry professionals to visit the campus and discuss careers in the poultry industry. Funds will also be used to send students to the College Student Career Program at IPPE. Several recent West Virginia University graduates are currently employed in the poultry industry. (From left) Tim Maupin, vice president of Poultry Live Production and Procurement at Cargill, and USPOULTRY board member andWest Virginia University alumnus, pictured with West Virginia students.

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