In September 2023, a veterinary technical team of Biovet S. A. made a technical-commercial visit to Bangladesh. During the trip, our staff met with the country’s distributor, Doctor’s Agrovet, and its main customers in the poultry sector. We also took the opportunity to visit farms, detect the main problems affecting poultry and give technical advice […]
Our article, detailing the efficacy of the natural antimicrobial Alquermold Natural, has been published in the August issue of the International Magazine for Animal Feed & Additives Industry. Biovet’s paper, Natural Antimicrobial Against Major Pathogens, Including Salmonella, demonstrates the effect of Alquermold Natural against Clostridium, E. coli, and Salmonella, which cause feed alteration and major […]
In the month of July, Biovet S.A. received in Tarragona representatives of its distributor in Bangladesh, Doctor’s Agrovet.
Dr. Felipe Mendy, IFTA USA veterinarian, presented a conference at both congresses that addressed the efficacy of Alquernat Coneb and Alquermold Natural for the natural control of Eimeria sp and Clostrdium perfringens.
Recently, a field study was carried out in breeding sows where the preservative effect of Alquermold Natural in the animals’ feed was proved, obtaining a reduction of microorganisms of more than 95%.
Broilers are characterized by their rapid weight gain, which goes together with the intestinal welfare and the quality of the feed supplied. Therefore, it is advisable to optimize the utilization of these nutrients to improve the feed conversion rate…
On February 8, Biovet S.A. organized an International Symposium for the CIS countries, Ukraine and Georgia. Mycotoxin binders, natural preservatives, pronutrients and their use in pig and poultry farming were the protagonists of this conference.
Recently Biovet S.A. has obtained the Alquermold trademark registration in Bangladesh. This line of products is composed of different natural solutions of preservatives that aim to improve the quality of feed and raw materials used for animal nutrition.