Avian anatomy and how to perform a necropsy

If you have a chicken die, you can perform your own necropsy (animal version of an autopsy). Dr. David Frame will be discussing avian anatomy so you know what the insides should look like and how to perform your own necropsy. David D. Frame is an associate professor in the Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences Department at Utah State University, specializing in poultry diseases and production management. Dr. Frame currently serves as the USU Extension Poultry Specialist with an additional assignment as poultry diagnostician for the Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. He also actively participates in providing community education classes in backyard poultry raising. Before beginning a professional career in poultry, Dr. Frame extensively bred and showed exhibition chickens.

Presenters

David Frame

Created by Jacquie Jacob

5 Comments

Can't watch the recording on my android phone.:( the recording requires Adobe flash which is not supported. Managed to catch part of it live last night. That didn't require flash though my phones bufferering contantly, Imissed a bit.

Avatar_placeholder Sharron Gray ForbesDavis

over 3 years ago

when will this become available to rewatch?

Avatar_placeholder Lynda Momtheclown

over 3 years ago

Loved it. More Please :)

Avatar_placeholder Sharron Gray ForbesDavis

over 3 years ago

I won't be able to watch the show live at 7pm.  Will this presentation be available as an archive so I can watch it later?

Avatar_placeholder Andrea Margrave

over 3 years ago

thank goodness for this....when a chicken dies suddenly and you have no idea why she died... this would be a handy skill to have.

Avatar_placeholder Jayne Stuart

over 3 years ago

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