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Webinar Wednesdays

Jamesway invites you to our Webinar Wednesdays education series, where we focus on the questions at the forefront of hatchery manager’s minds.

Join us monthly as we share our knowledge on a variety of topics, and answer live questions from webinar participants.

Each webinar will last an hour, with 30-45 minutes of content, and plenty of time for questions and answers. Free registration is now open for the first sessions, reserve your spot today!

To suggest topics or for any questions you may have, please email webinars@jamesway.com. For instruction on how to use the Zoom software click here.

Our next webinar will be on Hatchery Ventilation with Victoria Frail. Stay tuned for the date.

Upcoming Webinars
Hatchery Ventilation - Fuel for your machines
Victoria Frail will discuss hatchery ventilation and the questions you need to ask before and after installation. Stay tuned.
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Your Hatchery Audit

Prepare for your hatchery audit. Jamesway's Sales Rep for Eastern U.S., Kirk Dawkins, joins host Victoria Frail to discuss how to get the best scores on your hatchery audit.

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The Hatch Window, HatchSense and the Hatcher

Jamesway's Hatchery Consultant, Phillip Perry, joins Victoria Frail to discuss the hatch window and Jamesway's HatchSense, a tool that helps to ensure the hatch window is as narrow as possible. More tips on how to get the highest quality Platinum Chicks.

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Practical Hatchery Management with Henry Kohl

A successful hatchery is like a 3 legged stool. It requires a good management team, good maintenance and a good staff.

What are some practical things to keep this 3 legged stool from tipping over? Join Jamesway’s Hatchery Consultant Henry Kohl and Victoria Frail to discuss this very relevant topic including:
what a good management team looks like.
what good hatchery maintenance looks like.
what it takes to have a good hourly staff.

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