Paul B. Siegel Poultry Research Center
The Paul B. Siegle Poultry Research Center (aka "Chicken Hill") is a five-building complex is used for teaching Introduction to Animal Science Laboratory, Physiology and Anatomy, Animal Behavior, and Poultry Enterprise Management.
Resarch conducted here includes chicken breeding, genetics, and nutrition.
Article ItemLongtime poultry geneticist Paul Siegel receives national lifetime research award , article
Siegel, active professor emeritus, received a Golden Goose Award for his tremendous work that impacted both people and economy from federally funded research projects on Sept. 27.
Article ItemPoultry geneticist Paul Siegel traces storied career back to roots in 4-H , article
For decades, Siegel’s insights on chicken genetics have shaped the poultry industry’s understanding of the biological effects of breeding for desirable traits. But before the international collaborations, the formation of his research group, and getting his doctoral, master’s, and bachelor’s degrees, 4-H pushed him forward.
Article ItemPoultry owners should practice biosecurity to protect flocks from avian influenza, says Virginia Tech expert , article
“To help protect flocks of all sizes, it’s important to take practical biosecurity measures to reduce and eliminate potential sources of infection," says Virginia Tech expert Michael Persia.