A Biovet’s techical and sales team visited Peshawar (Pakistan) in July coinciding with the presentation of the company in the country, which was carried out in an event organized by Biovet’s distributor Peshawar Traders Private Limited (PTPL). The event brought together the distributor’s technical and commercial staff as well as veterinarians and customers, who all
El pasado mes de julio Biovet S.A. Laboratorios registró la marca Alquerfeed en la Federación Rusa, país en el que estos laboratorios están incrementado progresivamente su oferta comercial de aditivos naturales para la salud y la nutrición animal. La línea Alquerfeed de Biovet está compuesta por una variedad de productos que, solos y combinados entre si, tienen funciones nutricionales, conservantes o de captación de micotoxinas, entre otras.
Biovet S.A. Laboratories has renewed the FAMI QS certificate. This title guarantees good manufacturing practices and the quality of the products. Biovet S.A. Laboratories has obtained this certificate since 2013 and once again has achieved the renewal of this award, which ensures that its products are of quality and have been manufactured according to all regulatory parameters.
On Saturday June the 8th the College of Public Accountants of the Peruvian city of Arequipa hosted an introductory technical session on the use of natural additives in animal feed, which was subsequently complemented by a session on biosecurity in animal production facilities.
The Universidad Cientifica del Sur (Peru), Doctor’s Agrovet (Bangladesh) and INPSAS (Colombia) received the Biovet awards in the categories of research, commercial development and technical development, respectively. The award ceremony took place during the closing of the 32 Biovet International Symposium, held on May 27 and 28 at the Chamber of Commerce of Tarragona, Spain.
The fourth session of the 32nd International Biovet Symposium , held on May 27-28 at the Chamber of Commerce of Tarragona, focused on common pathologies in the fields of poultry and aquaculture. The first conference reviewed the 14 most prevalent diseases in poultry production , followed by a conference focused on the most frequent diseases in salmon farming . The session was complemented