Congratulations to Michael Davis on receiving the Abit & Henry Massey Scholarship! Michael plans to become a veterinarian either working with exotic animals or in the poultry industry.
The Department of Poultry Science provides outstanding educational experiences for students and service to poultry producers, poultry related businesses and the general public through the discovery, verification and dissemination of relevant, science-based knowledge.
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Poultry Science offers four unique undergraduate degrees, B.S.A. in Poultry Science, Avian Biology, Biological Science and Animal Health. The department also offers specialized training in physiology, genetics, nutrition, products technology, parasitology, toxicology, microbiology and molecular biology leading to the M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in Poultry Science. Extension Poultry Science faculty of the Department of Poultry Science is committed to providing relevant educational and service related programs for commercial poultry producers, allied industry representatives, county extension personnel, and small flock producers to enhance production and economic efficiencies while maintaining the state's competitive position in poultry production. Research conducted in the Department of Poultry Science has three primary functions: 1.Add to the base of scientific knowledge, 2.Provide opportunities for appropriate graduate degree training programs, and 3.Provide information that will be useful to the poultry industry in Georgia. These research programs encompass the following general areas: nutrition, physiology (growth and reproduction), processing technology, coccidiosis, genetics, microbiology (mycotoxins, spoilage bacteria), and programmed cell death (apoptosis).
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