IPPE 24′ Tips, Nath Morris – President US-Poultry & Egg – Episode 2


This podcast episode features Nath Morris, President of the U.S. Poultry and Egg Association, discussing the poultry and egg industry, his career journey, and the upcoming International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE).

Key points:

  • ‘ background: Third-generation in the poultry industry, with experience in various roles like farm work, genetics, and equipment manufacturing.
  • U.S. Poultry and Egg Association: Represents the US poultry and egg industry, focusing on environmental, regulatory, food safety, and research issues.
  • IPPE: The largest annual poultry, meat, and egg expo, known for its trade show, educational sessions, networking opportunities, and innovation showcase.
  • Importance of IPPE:
    • For decision-makers: Stay informed about new technologies, network with suppliers and customers, and find solutions for their businesses.
    • For young leaders: Learn about the industry, connect with mentors, and explore career opportunities.
    • For suppliers: Showcase products and services, generate leads, and gain valuable feedback from customers.
  • Challenges and opportunities: Industry consolidation, avian influenza, and COVID-19 pose challenges, but new technologies and growing international demand present opportunities.
  • Nath Morris’ excitement for IPPE 2024: Potential for record attendance, larger show floor, and increased focus on innovation and sustainability.

Additional takeaways:

  • The poultry and egg industry is a complex and dynamic sector with a significant impact on food production.
  • IPPE plays a crucial role in connecting industry players, driving innovation, and shaping the future of the industry.
  • Nath Morris emphasizes the importance of hard work, learning, and building relationships for success in this field.

Hosted by Brandon Mulnix

Hosted by

– Director of Commercial Accounts – Prism Controls
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