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Broiler Management

Cover all aspects of managing broiler flock(s) and starts off by setting the scene for how the integrated supply chain should work, the daily challenges encountered, and different types of farming systems. Each module explores, in detail, the theory behind good husbandry practices and links them with practical examples to implement on farms.

What You will Learn

     Attendees should finish this course with an excellent understanding of the theory and practical implementation of broiler management. The knowledge gained on this course will enable attendees to implement changes as needed, to improve performance, and allows attendees to practice during the course prior to implementation. Attendees will leave with best-practice management techniques promoting good welfare and sustainable production. This course covers all areas of broiler management from the basics to more advanced levels and would also be of benefit if you are a professional that values the opportunity to refresh your knowledge. Above all, you will most benefit from this course if you have an interest in bettering your current broiler management and production practices and you are open to learning! 

Key Learning

Day 1

  • Understanding the Supply Chain – how the whole supply chain interacts with each individual part and the economics involved

  • Key Points of Broiler Management

  • Understanding Biosecurity  - an in-depth overview of this essential part of broiler farming

  • Structural Biosecurity – how to structure builds to be most bio-secure

  • Cleaning and Disinfection – best practice for optimum cleaning and disinfection of houses and farms

  • Basic Broiler Nutrition

Day 2


  • Brooding Management  - practice and theory behind best practice brooding management 

  • Management from 7 days – post-brooding management

  • Weighing – understanding the importance of weighing for the farm and the processing plant

  • Broiler Economics – how to make more money and lose money at farm level

  • Introduction to ventilation and plans for farm visit

Day 3


Dedicated to the field visit at a commercial broiler farm

  • Experience what was learned

  • Learn best practices around ventilation

  • Learn best practices around vaccination

  • Explore aspects of gut health through an on-farm post-mortem examination

Day 4

  • Catching - best practices and understanding the Impact to your flock

  • Poultry House and Farm Design – simple farm design and understanding the standard requirements for new builds

  • How to use Data – interpreting the data you record and how to use it

Program Schedule

Program Dates: June 12 - 15
Date: June 16 (Fundamentals of Broiler Processing)*
Cost: USD $1,500 **

Location: Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park, Bangkok, Thailand
Application Deadline: June 5

* Broiler Management Registrants are invited to the Fundamentals of Broiler Processing

** Cost includes meals and coffee breaks during training, excludes VAT, flight tickets, and hotel 

Meet the course trainers


Michael Longley

Managing Consultant, Food Chain Enterprises


Jim Johnston

Director, Food Chain Enterprises


Greg Hitt

Regional Technical Services Manager, Aviagen Asia

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Dr. Keat Fu

Senior Poultry Veterinary Technical Specialist, Aviagen Inc.


Jacky Michard

Adves SASU.


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