During the IPPE, Dr. David Díez, technical manager of Biovet S.A., will give a conference to present the results of the use of Alquermold Natural for the prevention of necrotic enteritis in broilers. The conference will be open and will be held on January 28th 2020 at 10:45 am in the room B311.
In November a technical and commercial team of Biovet S.A. travelled to Mexico to meet with the main companies and present the natural products of Biovet S.A. Veracruz, Guanjauto, Queretaro and Yucatán were the states visited this time. These regions stand out for having a great production of eggs, broilers and pigs.
In November, a commercial and technical team of Biovet S.A. visited Malaysia and Myanmar to meet the distributors and main customers of the poultry sector. Natural products intended for the control of coccidia, mycotoxicosis and fungal contamination, more prevalent in humid climates, were the most prominent products during the meetings.
The reduction of antibiotics, the organic production and the presence of mycotoxins were the main problems detected during the trip. For this, pronutrient line was presented. It is a line composed of natural products which can replace antibiotics commonly used in animal production. For the adsorption of mycotoxins, the use of Alquerfeed Antitox, mycotoxin binder of Biovet S.A., was indicated.
From 28th to 30th January, Atlanta will hold a new edition of the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE). One more time, Biovet will attend the event with a booth situated in the number 10301 in pavilion C. The company will also organize meetings and presentations for customers and distributors where the last studies of Biovet will be presented.
In November, a technical and commercial team of Biovet S.A. visited the United States to meet representatives from leading poultry, pig and turkey farms interested in the use of natural additives to improve health and nutrition of their animals. In addition, on Wednesday 6 November, Dr. Júlia Pié gave the conference ‘Use of Natural Multifunctional in Animal Production’ in the framework of the Symposium on Gut Health that was held in St. Louis (Missouri).