USDA has agreed and will conduct a web conference that will allow those in the gamebird business to hear a status update from the government, and then be free to ask questions in an environment that is only folks in the gamebird industry. This is a  must attend for people who make their living hatching, raising, or selling gamebirds along with those who operate hunting preserves. 

 There will be 225 lines available for your members.  The Webinar will provide an update on the latest stats associated with the current HPAI outbreak, our response at infected facilities, and biosecurity steps producers can take.  USDA will also touch on the latest epidemiology, vaccination and trade implications.   There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation. Here is connecting information from USDA:

 Time: The web conference is scheduled to begin at 11:30 AM Eastern Time on June 17, 2015. You may join the web conference 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start by clicking

Webinar Login:http://emsp.intellor.com/login/420347

Dial-in: After youโ€™ve connected your computer, audio connection instructions will be presented

AT&T Technical Assistance:  If you need technical support or additional information regarding our events, please visit our portal at http://emsp.intellor.com/portal/usdaaphisPM1 or contact AT&T Connect Support at 1-888-796-6118

If you are unable to join the web conference from a computer, you can find audio only instructions at http://events.uc.att.com/events/integrate/PhoneAccessPage/OCCSAccessNumbers.asp?ExEventID=420347

 

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