Rodehutscord Receives Poultry Nutrition Research Award

Rodehutscord Receives Poultry Nutrition Research Award

Markus Rodehutscord, Ph.D., of the University of Hohenheim, received the Poultry Nutrition Research Award.

ARLINGTON, Va., July 20, 2017 —┬áMarkus Rodehutscord, Ph.D., a professor of animal nutrition at the University of Hohenheim, Germany, was presented with the Poultry Nutrition Research Award at the Poultry Science Association’s (PSA) Annual Meeting July 20 in Orlando, Florida.

The award is sponsored by the American Feed Industry Association, in partnership with PSA, as part of its ongoing awards program, which dates back to 1948. Phillip Smith of Tyson presented the award to Rodehutschord on behalf of AFIA.

“Markus has made great strides in poultry nutrition research,” said Preston Buff, Ph.D., AFIA director of regulatory affairs. “AFIA is proud to present him with this award.”

Rodehutscord’s research focuses on minimizing the excretion of nitrogen and phosphorous and improving the efficiency of amino acid and phosphorous utilization by poultry. He coordinated the 2.1 Mio Euro GrainUp project.

Rodehutscord has published more than 86 peer-reviewed articles on poultry nutrition, served as the Metabolism and Nutrition section editor for Poultry Science and serves on multiple committees and working groups dealing with poultry science.

Rodehutscord earned his degrees from the University of Bonn, Germany.

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