The World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) is is a global professional association for poultry veterinarians and other avian health professionals. WVPA is run by an elected Executive and holds a Global Congress every two years. From 16 - 20 September Royal GD is attending WVPA.
Ruth Bouwstra: Fipronil in Dutch laying hens: working towards solutions (Wednesday 18th)
Anneke Feberwee: Molecular characterization of infectious laryngotracheitis virus strains obtained from recent outbreaks in Dutch Poultry (Tuesday 17th)
Wil Landman: Biotyping of Escherichia coli obtained from laying chickens with the e.coli peritonitis syndrome (Thursday 19th)
Jeanine Wiegel: Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Mycoplasma Synoviae isolates from outbreaks in Dutch Poultry 2001 - 2018 (Thursday 19 th)
ILT Vaccination induced seroconversion level in Dutch layer and breeder flocks (Tuesday 17th)
Data analysis of antimicrobial presciptions in Dutch broilers and factors associated with level of use on farm level (Wednesday 18th)
Sjaak de Wit: Time course of decay of maternally derived antibodies (MDA) in slow growing broilers (Thursday 19th)
Together with colleagues Annemiek Kolkman and Eveline Peereboom they will also welcome you at booth number 4.
About Royal GD
GD is a leading organization in animal health and animal production. For 100 years, GD has supported industrial customers, governments, veterinarians and farmers by providing animal health programs, contract research and laboratory services.
GD is unique in combining animal health expertise with expertise in laboratory diagnostics. We combine knowledge about disease monitoring and eradication with practical research projects to improve livestock production. In addition this enables us to offer products and services that not only improve animal health, but also generate good financial returns.
We are located in Deventer, the Netherlands. We own one of the largest veterinary laboratories in the world, in which we perform over almost 5 million laboratory analyses annually. Furthermore, GD employs a team of veterinarians, specialists and scientists who execute animal health monitoring, conduct practical research and develop programmes for animal disease prevention and control.
Our laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art appliances. More than 600 different analyses are performed routinely, varying from post mortem research to executing molecular diagnostic tests. The demand for external quality control is becoming more and more important. Taking part in a proficiency testing scheme is a valuable part of a laboratory’s quality-control management. GD Animal Health offers laboratories the possibility to participate in international proficiency testing schemes. Our proficiency testing schemes are valuable for your laboratory’s quality-control management.