For the frist time, Biovet will have representation at the exhibition ‘MVC:Cereals-Mixed Feeds-Veterinary’ to be held in January, 28-30 2020 in Moscow. This exhibition has been held since 1996 and has established as one of the most important fairs in European and Asian market. Veterinarians, producers and professionals meet annually to share and exchange new ideas and knowledge.
Recently Biovet S.A. has carried out the administrative process to validate the QS certificate, quality seal for the products marketed and for good manufacturing and safety practices. This certificated is added to the Fami QS, an European title that the laboratory renews annually since 2013.
From 17th to 19th a commercial team of Biovet S.A. participated in the 21 edition of Agrena held in the Egypt International Exhibition Centre in Cairo (Egypt). Biovet representatives attended the distributor's stand to answer questions from those interested and strengthen the presence of the company in the African continent.
From 9th to 11th October, Biovet S.A. attended the OVUM 2019 to present its natural solution to Latin America countries. The exhibition was held in Lima (Peru) and the main customers of the laboratory were received at the booth. Finally, the trip was closed with a training day on Scientific Methodology and Regulation in animal nutrition that was held at the Universidad Cientifica del Sur on Saturday, October 12.
From November 4th to 6th 2019 Sant Louis (Missouri) will hold the Symposium on Gut Health in production of food animals. During the exhibition, Biovet will present a conference on a trial carried out with the multifunctional Alquermix for broilers. The conference will be given on Wednesday November 6th at 8 a.m. by Dr. Julia Pié, veterinarian of Biovet S.A.
On September 15, Biovet S.A. participated in the Allen D. Leman Conference presenting a poster about the effect of Alquernat Inmuplus on genetic expression in immunostimulant cells and its relationship to increased resistance against infection respiratory reproductive syndrome (PRRS).