Hy-Line North America, leader in USA day-old-chick distribution, is proud to co-host the 13th Annual Egg Industry Issues Forum with the Egg Industry Center (EIC) at Iowa State University. The virtual event will feature both live and pre-recorded presentations on topics including sustainability, air quality and emissions, fire mitigation, hen health and welfare, and more.
“The Egg Industry Issues Forum is a vital place for networking and education in the egg industry, even in a virtual format,” said Pete Block, president of Hy-Line North America. “I am confident industry decision-makers, leaders and influencers will gain valuable insight into industry on timely topics and trends affecting the egg industry now and in the future.”
Live presentations, including Q&A sessions with the presenters, will take place over three days on Tuesday, April 20 through Thursday, April 22, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. CST each day. Register to attend at www.eggindustrycenter.org/egg-forum.
Live content will be recorded and available for access to registered participants. Registered attendees will receive a link to the live sessions before the Forum giving access to the live content. Pre-recorded sessions will be available at any time for attendees.
Hy-Line North America hatches the highest quality chicks for every system and environment, backed by unparalleled support and distribution. With the growing demand for cage-free layers, Hy-Line North America is leading the industry with the best genetics, dependable deliveries, and most comprehensive support – a bird for every system, support for every need.
The Egg Industry Center was established at Iowa State in 2008. Its mission is to add value to the egg industry by facilitating research and learning for egg producers, processors and consumers through national and international collaboration. Its annual Egg Industry Issues Forum is one way it fulfills its mission.