ATLANTA — Sept. 19, 2023 — Poultry Tech Summit, the essential global event for collaborating on next-generation technologies, features an agenda packed with new ideas that improve profitability and productivity for growers, integrators and processors.

The 2023 event is scheduled for Nov. 6-8, 2023, at a new location in the conveniently located Hilton Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. Registration is open with early savings ending Sept. 29.

“Poultry operations must turn to the latest technologies to improve and streamline their facilities. Poultry Tech Summit provides an avenue to explore new innovations that tackle poultry industry challenges, including coccidiosis, Salmonella and labor shortages,” said Terrence O’Keefe, content director, WATT Global Media. “By attending, participants have the opportunity to engage in discussion, gain knowledge and plan for future improvements.”

The diverse agenda features more than 20 innovation and technology presentations in the categories of data and artificial intelligence, life sciences, robotics and automation, and food safety.

Topics and speakers include next generation coccidia monitoring by Meghan Bowman, Ancera; artificial intelligence to automate broiler chick sexing by Bowen Cai, Shanghai Xiashu Intelligent Company; developing the next generation of poultry economics software by Tristan Bond, Agrinerds; digital tools to improve layer management and performance by Rob Payne, Cargill Animal Nutrition; precision farming to streamline poultry operations by Marcel Sarzen, AGL Technology; Machine learning models for poultry weight forecasts by Casey Middlebrooks, Fieldale Farms, and Caroline Forest, Intelia Technologies; and many more.

In addition, panelists will provide in-depth discussions on technology and the future of HPAI control, plus weigh in on the challenges and technical solutions for egg production, poultry processing and meat bird production. Joining the panel discussions include executives from Butterball, Boehringer Ingelheim, Ceva Sante Animale, George’s Inc., Herbrucks, Wayne-Sanderson Farms, Versova and others.

The conference will bring together innovators, researchers, start-up companies, investors and leading poultry producers to learn, discuss and network on the very latest in biology, engineering and business.

Early ticket pricing is available until Sept. 29 and provides a savings of $200. To view the full agenda and to register visit,

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