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Poultry Science: Personnel

Personnel

Dr. Joseph M. Mauldin
Professor of Poultry Science

B.S. Mississippi State University
M.S. Mississippi State University
Ph.D. Virginia Tech

Poultry Science Department
210 Poultry Science Building
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-4356

Phone: (706) 542-9138
Fax: (706) 542-8383
Email: jmauldin@uga.edu

Dr. Joseph Mauldin

Teaching Responsibilities

Hatchery and breeder flock management

Areas of Interest

Hatchery management
Hatchery ventilation and air quality
Breeder and hatchery quality control
Breeder and hatchery sanitation

Publications

Extension publications (8)
Newsletters (87)
Popular Press Articles (46)
Proceedings (41)
Abstracts (21)
Refereed Journal Articles (18)

Awards

Presentation Award - Management Section, XIV Latin American Poultry Conference, 1995

International Presentations

Canada, Mexico, Eduador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Peru, Chile, Scotland, Spain, Holland, China, Thailand

Extension Publications

Mauldin, J. M., 1993. Quality control procedures for the hatchery. Extension Publication PS-0001.
Mauldin, J.M., 1997. Breakout analyses guide for hatcheries. Extension Publication (accepted for publication).

Newsletters

Mauldin, J. M., 1995. Feed restriction, frustration and well-being of pullets and cockerels. March, Hatchery Tip.
Mauldin, J. M., 1995. Incubator maintenance affects temperature variation, embryo mortality and chick quality. July, Hatchery Tip.
Mauldin, J. M., 1996. Incubation temperature and chick abnormalities. January, Hatchery Tip.
Mauldin, J. M., 1996. Hatching eggs from backyard flocks. September, Backyard Flock Tip.

Popular Press Articles

Mauldin, J. M., and R. J. Buhr, 1995. What is really happening in your incubator? International Poultry Practice 9:19-23.
Mauldin, J. M., and R. J. Buhr, 1996. Abnormal chicks resulting from incubation problems. Misset World Poultry 12:39-42.
Mauldin, J. M., N. A. Cox, J. S. Bailey, and M. E. Berrang, 1997. Revisiting Salmonella contamination in broiler hatcheries. Poultry Digest (accepted for publication).

Abstracts

Mauldin, J. M., R. J. Buhr, N. A. Cox, and J. S. Bailey, 1993. Physical effects of spray sanitization on broiler hatching eggs. Poultry Science 72:180.
Mauldin, J. M., and R. J. Buhr, 1995. Temperature variation in incubation. Poultry Science 74:204 Suppl. 1.
Buhr, R. J., J. M. Mauldin, M. E. Berrang, J. S. Bailey, and N. A. Cox, 1996. Value of sanitized dirty broiler hatching eggs. Poultry Science 75:107 Suppl. 1.

Proceedings

Mauldin, J. M., R. J. Buhr, N. A. Cox, and J. S. Bailey, 1994. Disinfection of hatching eggs. Proceedings, First International Incubation Conference, Utrecht, Holland.
Mauldin, J. M., 1995. Broiler breeder behavior and management interactions. Proceedings, Using Animal Behavior in Efficient Design Symposium. Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Mauldin, J. M., 1997. Balancing the environments. Proceedings, III International Incubation Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia.

Refereed Journal Articles

Mauldin, J. M., 1992. Applications of behavior to poultry management. Poultry Science 71:634-642.
Buhr, R. J., J. M. Mauldin, J. A. Bailey, and N. A. Cox, 1994. Automated spray sanitizing of broiler hatching eggs. 1. Physical characteristics of the egg. Journal of Applied Poultry Research 3:219-225.
Buhr, R. J., J. M. Mauldin, J. S. Bailey, and N. A. Cox, 1994. Automated spray sanitizing of broiler hatching eggs. 2. Hatchability of nest clean and dirty eggs. Journal of Applied Poultry Research 3:226-233.

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