Poultry Science Research Facilities

To support our faculty and students, the Department of Poultry Science has the capability and capacity to conduct research on a wide range of areas relevant to poultry production and processing.

This research capability and capacity are represented in four departmental units below.

Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry Center

Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry Research & Education Center

This world-leading Poultry Science Research and Education Center will allow us to combine facilities for the entire system that reinforce our “farm-to-fork” philosophy.

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Poultry Science Building

Auburn University Department of Poultry Science

The main campus location of The Department of Poultry Science is the Poultry Science Building (PSB), which opened in 2005. This 85,000 square foot facility houses all faculty offices and research laboratories, as well as administration.

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Infectious Poultry Disease Facility

Architectural renderings of the Infectious Poultry Disease Research Facilities

To maintain Auburn’s ability to protect the industry, the Auburn University Board of Trustees approved construction of a new $2.5M Avian Infectious Disease Facility for the Department.

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Poultry Research Farm Unit

Poultry Research Farm Unit

Our Poultry Research Farm Unit is the current working space for many of our nutritional and biosecurity studies, as our Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry Research & Education Center is being built.

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