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Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
Poultry times of india april 2013
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  1. 1. REGN. NO. PKL-92/2010-2012, P/KL-1/International /2008-2011 RNI NO. 02957/96 P ULTRY TIMES OF INDIA Volume 34 Issue 5 April - 2013 ARTICLE COVER STORY ›› Reducing Feed Costs by the Use of Phytogenics ›› Physiological Responses to Low Atmospheric Pressure Stunning and Implications for Welfare PRESS RELEASE ›› Anmol Feeds Private Limited received Asian Feed Miller Award THE HIMALAYA DRUGS ›› Indian Herbs Participation in VIV-Bangkok-2013 Researching Nature, Enriching Life Researching Nature, Enriching Life From 13 – 15 March, 2013 Since-1930 Since-1930 ›› Hi-power Feeds Pvt. Limited Organized Technical Seminar of Broiler & Layer Farmer at Ladwa, Dt: Kurushhetra (Hry) NEWS ›› Alltech Feed Survey Findings: World Increases Production to 959 Million Tons; Asia grew by 13% within a year ›› Venkys (India) invests in Petersime Incubators NEW APPOINTMENTS ›› Aviagen appoints two new Technical Service Managers ›› New appointment to drive Supply Chain developments for Pas Reform 8th in seriesCOMPLIMENTARY COPY IAI EXPO 2014 20-22 February 2014 IARI Ground, PUSA New Delhi +91 9991705005
  2. 2. C CHAUDHARY AGRO INDUSTRIES Heera Feed Contact: Mahabir Singh Antil Balraj Singh Antil Mob: 09215212614, 09416012614 Mob: 09215214520, 09416014520Office/Works: Vill. Kishora, Opp. Devi Lal Park (G.T. Road), Near Govt. Primary School, Teh. & Distt. Sonepat (Hr.)Phone: 0130 2111614 | Telefax: 0130 2111615 | Email: 2
  3. 3. From the Pen of Chief EditorEditorial CONTENTS Sustainable Upgradation of Indian Meat and Poultry Sector 4 FSISs Modernisation of Poultry Slaughter Inspection Rule Livestock contributes about 25 per cent of the gross value added in agriculture sector and provides self- 4 Production, Trade in Poultry Meat Heads Upwards employment to about 21 million people. Rapid growth of this sector can be even more egalitarian and 6 Godrej goes back to the core for growth inclusive than the growth of the crop sector because those engaged in this sector are mainly smallholders and landless. With the 8 Reducing Feed Costs by the Use of Phytogenics growth of livestock output that averaged at 4.8 per cent per annum during Physiological Responses to Low Atmospheric Pressure the 11th Five Year Plan, this can provide a major boost to the sector that 10 Stunning and Implications for Welfare caters to value added products. There is a very strong need to improve the skilled manpower base to 12 Anmol Feeds Private Limited received Asian Feed Miller Award achieve sustainable development of the meat and poultry sector. The single New Cobb Europe headquarters at Colchester largest problem is affordability and people prefer unprocessed meat 14 officially opened by Cobb president Jerry Moye who saw the move as showing commitment to further growth throughout the region because it is cheaper. While the industry is able to meet the stringent standards when it comes to export, the same is not maintained in the 16 THE HIMALAYA DRUGS Researching Nature, Enriching domestic market. Ministry of Food Processing in supporting the Life Since-1930 development of infrastructure, scientific abattoirs, cold chains and various Indian Herbs Participation in VIV- Bangkok-2013 18 From 13 – 15 March, 2013 financial assistance schemes through which the Ministry supports both private and public investments in the meat and poultry sector. Hi-power Feeds Pvt. Limited Organized Technical Seminar 19 of Broiler & Layer Farmer at Ladwa, Dt: Kurushhetra (Hry) Livestock is a critical source of income for small and marginal farmers together with crops. While a lot of incentives exist for the dairy sector not 20 Big Dutchman Celebrates 75 Years! much has been made available for the development of the meat sector. While the dairy sector was developed by the pioneering efforts of NDDB 22 New Appointments and the poultry sector was promoted by private sector efforts, similar interventions are needed in developing the small ruminants sector that has 23-28 News a large potential.The existing slaughter houses need to be upgraded and appropriate technology to be brought in to increase the productivity and 31 Egg Rates profitability of both the farmers and the industry. CII can help a significant role to help design an effective mechanism along with the industry partners 33 Events Calender and government as to how to take this agenda forward. Office : Our Team Advertisement 923, Sector-9, Urban Estate, Karnal 132 001 (Haryana) Tel.: + 91 (184) 4033326/327, 2202174/75 Fax : + 91 (184) 2231050 Vishal Gupta ! Andritz Feed & Biofuel 21 E-mail: | Website Chairman & Editor in Chief ! Avitech 24 ! Chaudhary Agro Industries 02 Vinod Kumar ! DSM 13 General Manager ! IAI Expo 2012 36 ! IMV Technologies 32 Editorial & Advertisements may not be reproduced Jawahar Khurana ! Indian Herbs Overseas 35 Without the written consent of the publishers. Marketing Manager ! ISRMAX Asia 2013 05 Whilst every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the contents of Poultry Times of India the ! ISRMAX Horti & Agri Asia 30 publishers do not accept any responsibility or liability for the material. Manish Arora ! Kemin 29 Co-editor ! Logiware Asia 2013 11 Kuldeep Singh ! Natural Remedies 34 Assistant Content Manager ! Novus 15 ! Vamso Biotec Pvt. Ltd. 09 Pixie Consulting Solutions Ltd. Karnal Ashwani Verma ! Venky 26 Printed at : Jaiswal Printing Press, Chaura Bazar, Karnal Published at : 821, Sector-13, Urban Estate, Graphic Designer ! Zeus Biotech 24 Karnal 132 001 (Haryana)c : ! Zydus Animal Health Ltd. 07
  4. 4. Press ReleaseFSISs Modernisation of Poultry Slaughter Inspection Rule though that phrase has been used frequently by facility wants to increase line speeds, it may have the proposals critics. to invest millions of dollars to install a faster Under the proposal, a USDA inspector will be evisceration line depending on the capability of Ashley B. Peterson, stationed farther down the evisceration line and its existing equipment. If a poultry company Ph.D., is vice president just before the chiller to ensure that birds have decides to increase line speeds, it may also need to of Science and Technology for been properly processed. The facility will now be add additional lines in second processing. Since the National Chicken Council. in charge of its own quality assurance program by this investment would be substantial, not all training sorters to remove any quality defects chicken processing facilities will elect to from carcasses thereby allowing FSIS inspectors participate in the new inspection system. to focus more on food safety-related parameters The second topic is personnel. With the increase and not visible defects. This is a significant in record keeping, microbiological testing, andThe industry is committed to ensuring a safe, change from the current inspection system. This carcass sorting, more employees may bewholesome, and abundant supply of poultry change, coupled with the various other necessary. New employees may also be necessaryproducts for both domestic and international components of the proposed rule, will require on the evisceration line and in second processingmarkets, and the poultry slaughter inspection significant investments on behalf of the chicken if a facility elects to increase line speeds. Allsystem plays an important role in this process. industry. employees require extensive training and must beThe chicken industry supports a science-based, Once finalized, implementing USDAs proposed kept current on all practices and proceduresstatistically validated, establishment-oriented rule will not be a simple process. In fact, the within the plant.approach to food safety and poultry slaughter implementation process will require extensive Third, and most important, is the questioninspection. time, effort, and investment on behalf of chicken regarding market conditions and the basicIn 1997, the Food Safety and Inspection Service companies. Substantial capital will be required to economic principle of supply and demand.(FSIS) reported that studies by the National make the necessary changes — from equipment Market conditions and consumer demand forAcademy of Sciences, the General Accounting to personnel — within each chicken processing chicken will dictate whether to increase chickenOffice (now, Government Accountability facility that chooses to implement the new system production — not the industrys ability toOffice), and U.S. Department of Agriculture and production adjustments would only be made increase line speeds. Coming off of the worst(USDA) “have established the need for when the market dictates such. financial year in the chicken industrys history,fundamental change in the meat and poultry Specifically, equipment in many chicken USDA forecasts about a two-percent decline ininspection program.” And perhaps one of the processing facilities is already at capacity. If a production for 2012. A company cannot simplymost fundamental and most critiqued facility wants to keep its existing equipment, it flip on a switch to increase production, and ascomponents of the proposed rule is the new still will have to retrofit the existing layout by stated above, even if it could, market conditionsresponsibilities of the online FSIS inspector. The moving lines and installing new inspector stands. would have to be such that increased productionproposed rule is not “privatization of inspection,” All of these changes cost money. If a processing makes sense for that company.Production, Trade in Poultry Meat Heads UpwardsUS exports of poultry meat and eggs broke US turkey exports also broke records, climbing to products worth US$316 million. The largestrecords in 2012 - thanks in large part to the 361,597 tons valued at $678.5 million, up 14 export sector was poultry meat and offal atindustrys ability to adapt to changing global and 13 per cent, respectively. 80,653 tonnes, worth $145.2 million. Changingmarketplace dynamics, according to the Also booming is Venezuelan poultry production, topic, in the UK, diversification into renewableindustrys export body. where there has been a reported 21-per-cent energy can bring good investment returns forCombined export value of US poultry meat and increase in chicken output to a total of 1.11 farmers providing a steady and predictableeggs reached $5.722 billion in 2012, 12 per cent million tons in 2012. This makes the country the income.ahead of 2011, the previous record year, fourth biggest poultry nation in Latin America The income is not related to volatile food pricesaccording to year-end trade data released by the and can be traced forward for between 20 and 25Foreign Agricultural Service. years, according to Steve Edmunds, director of"The global landscape is in a constant state of Mole Valley Renewables. He was addressing thetransition," said Jim Sumner, president of the Energy Now conference in Telford, reportedUSA Poultry & Egg Export Council Editor in Chief, Chris Harris, from the event.(USAPEEC). "While our traditional markets of And finally, turning to news of bird flu. TheMexico and Russia remained at the top of the leading chicken company in Mexico has reportedbroiler markets, there were numerous changes, suspicions of H7N3 at five of its breeder farms insuch as Angola and Taiwan moving into the top the state of Guanajuato. The discovery of low-10 broiler markets and Mexico growth as a pathogenic H5N1 at a duck farm in the Germanmarket for eggs. The greatest benefit for our state of Brandenburg has resulted in the slaughterindustry is a much greater balance than weve ever of the whole flock. The human death toll frombefore realised." H5N1 in Cambodia has risen again and nowTotal US egg exports - table eggs plus processed stands at seven already this year. FAO hasegg products in shell-egg equivalents - were 274.1 behind Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. published a report on lessons learned from frommillion dozen valued at $263.7 million. These Venezuelan egg production is also on the rise. the fight against highly pathogenic avianrepresent increases of 24 and 35 per cent from Last year, Ukraine exported meat and meat influenza in Asia between 2005 and 2011.2011, respectively.04
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  6. 6. Company ProfileGodrej goes back to the core for growthThe group is selling off unprofitable businesses and narrowing its focus to raise revenue ten fold by 2021 we have a very strong presence in the mass its technology and plans to invest another Rs market, we believe we have a lot of opportunity 200 crore in three years. The turnaround has no in premiumisation of FMCG categories,” says doubt been impressive and the company is now VivekGambhir, chief strategy officer for GIAC. the largest maker of compound feed in the In the last one year, it has launched several country. The animal feed business contributed products in that category: the Aer brand of air Rs 1,600 crore last year, while the oil palm freshners, a premium Cinthol, and crème hair plantation and agri input added Rs 240 crore colour. and Rs 200 crore, respectively. The company “For the last two to three years, GCPLs track expects the animal feed business to grow at 20 record has been really good as they have been per cent annually, while its agri input and oilAdi Godrej, the patriarch of the Godrej group, successfully executing their strategy,” says palm plantation is expected to achieve over 25in his vision for the future in 2011, had laid out SrinivasanViswanathan, an analyst with per cent ambitious target to raise revenue ten fold to Mumbai-based Angel Broking. However, he The new focus on core business while makingnearly Rs 80,000 to Rs 90,000 crore by March says it is very difficult to take a call on its future GIAC leaner and more profitable has also made2021. This means the four group companies “as it is too longish a call”. it more attractive to global investors.that together form Godrej Industries and Meanwhile, the same two-pronged strategy — Singapores sovereign fund Temasek bought aAssociated Companies (GIAC) will have to consolidation and widening the market — is 4.9 per cent stake in Godrej Consumer for Rsgrow at 26 per cent annually. being followed at the groups other large 685 crore in 2012, and followed it with a 19.9Even for a conglomerate that sells everything company, Godrej Agrovet. Agrovet was a loss- per cent stake in Godrej Agrovet for Rs 5,72from soaps and pesticides to houses, this is a tall making company until 2005. The misstep of crore the same year.task. The group companies are together chasing too many things—Aadhaar and However, the groups third arm, Godrejgrowing at 30 per cent annually, much above Natures Basket, respectively the rural retail Industries, is the weakest link in the chain. Itsthe required rate, but in the future as the base chain and gourmet food outlets, along with the growth is expected to be the slowest among allincreases, growth will be hard to come by. So in processed chicken business, Real Good Chicken the group companies as its only product whichrecent years, the group has been overhauling its — not only drained the company of its capital is a market leader in its segment is oleo-businesses and plugging lose ends. It is pursuing and resources, also diluted its focus. chemicals. Its revenue is expected to grow to Rsa strategy of selling off unprofitable businesses To stem Agrovets sliding fortunes, Nisaba 10,000 core from Rs 5,804 crore in 2011-12.and focusing on those that offer high-returns to Godrej, the younger daughter of Adi Godrej While GIACs expectations from Godrejensure above average profits. But will the and president human capital and innovation, Industries may be muted, it is betting big onstrategy pay off? roped in Gambhir from Bain & Company as Godrej Properties, which is led by Adi GodrejsThe burden of ambition has fallen squarely on chief strategy officer. She also promoted son, Pirojsha Godrej. From Rs 820 crore inthe groups largest company, Godrej Consumer BalaramYadav, then the head of chicken 2011-12, its revenue is expected to rise to RsProducts. Godrej Consumers will have to raise business, as managing director, Agrovet. 20,000 crore by March21—more than two andrevenue from Rs 4,851 crore in 2011-12 to Rs The company embarked on a series of half times from now.30,000 to Rs 35,000 crore by 2021. The divestments as it realised that its core business “In the 1990s and early 2000, real estate was notcompany hopes to achieve this target by had a lot of juice which was being squeezed out a focused business for us, not one we thoughtfocusing on core business of hair colour, home by its wider focus. Godrej Agrovet, therefore, had the kind of potential, we now believe itcare and personal wash; moving up the value changed its strategy. It began to say “no to lot of has,” says Pirojsha Godrej, managing directorchain by premiumising its products; and very attractive things,” says Yadav. and chief executive officer, Godrej Properties.deepening its market by becoming a key player Until now, the company has followed an asset- Divesting businessin the international arena. In line with its light and capital-efficient model and has keptobjective, the company has in recent years taken The company sold 70 per cent stake in Aadhaar to Kishore Biyani promoted Future Group and away from locking in capital in land purchases.steps to widen its presence in Asia, Africa and However, it is looking at new structures underSouth America. 51 per cent stake of chicken business to the US- based, Tyson Foods. The Natures Basket the current model.It acquired UKs Keyline( the owner of brands “We are looking at redevelopment space in business was also transferred to other grouplike Cuticura, Erasmic and Nulon) in 2005 and Mumbai quite a lot,” he says. The company is company, Godrej Industries.South Africas Rapidol in 2006. In 2010, it also looking at creating co-investmentacquired Megassri in Indonesia, Tura in “With this, the cash burn in these businesses dropped considerably and the money was platforms where its subsidiary together withNigeria, Issue in Latin America, Argencos in their financial partners will invest in land.Argentina, and followed it up with Africas ploughed back into the animal feed, agri input and oil palm plantation business,” says Yadav. “Unlike our other businesses, we do not have toDarling in 2011, and the 51 per cent stake of its By 2008-09, Agrovet had turned operationally be concerned about competition, market sharejoint venture partner Sara Lee in home profitable, and it reported a profit of Rs 80 crore or size in properties, as no company even has a 5insecticides business Godrej Sara Lee. in 2011-12. The company hopes to reach a per cent market share in properties business,”On the right track says Adi Godrej, chairman, Godrej Group, who revenue of Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000 crore byThe efforts seem to be paying off. Godrej has now limited himself to giving only strategic March 21 from Rs 2,460 crore last financialConsumers international operations made up advice to his children while they run the show. year.for 40 per cent of its Rs 4,866 crore revenue in With its strategy in place and profits rising, Adi2011-12. In order to maintain its competitive edge, Agrovet spends 10 per cent of its profit on Godrejs group may well be on its way toAfter having secured its place in the achieving its target, but, many say, the real researching products suited for localinternational market, moving up the value challenge will come in the last five years when conditions. In recent years, it has also upgradedchain is next in order for the company. “While the base rises.06
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  8. 8. ArticleReducing Feed Costs by the Use of PhytogenicsDr Ahmed AufyA combination of nutrient-sparing tool with animal health and environmentally friendly and Figure 1 shows that offering the low-density dietphytogenic feed additives is a sustainable and safe has economical value. Focusing on the resulted in about two per cent reduction insolution allowing for reducing feed cost while environmental issue, animal production is bodyweight while the phytogenic product showed amaintaining the desired performance.standard or accused of being a key player in the emissions of clear compensation effect as group 4 had exactly the same bodyweight of the control group. Surprisingly,re-formulated diets, according to Dr Ahmed greenhouse gases (GHGs). Some have called for a feed conversion ratio of Group 4 (re-formulated withAufy, Technical Manager with Biomins limit on animal production, while ignoring the the feed additive) was the lowest among all groupsCompetence Center Phytogenics. growing demand on animal products that is (Figure 2), which proves the efficacy of phytogenics asWith conventional nutrition, producers tend to expected to double by 2050. digestibility enhancers.make use of the least-cost feed formulations, Nutrient sparing could be a powerful solution towhich served for a long time as powerful solution limit the emissions because decreasing oneto mitigate high feed prices. On the other hand, protein unit may decrease greenhouse gases by 10formulating broiler diets by the least-cost tool is per cent. As they are natural compoundsnot that easy as in ruminants because of the extracted from plants, phytogenics are safe fordifferences in the availability of raw materials for animal and human consumption. Phytogenicpoultry and ruminants. Of course there are some feed additives being used for their beneficialprogrammes that can target lower feed cost in an effects in terms of performance improvers whereeffective way but unfortunately, most of these they always allow better conversion for the feed.programmes failed to keep the balance between Furthermore, phytogenic feed additives work tolower feed cost and acceptable performance. decrease ammonia emissions through improvingDown specified diets should be formulated in the protein utilization and hence decreasing the lossway that guarantees the achievement of of nitrogen in manure.acceptable levels of performance and high quality Multiple Actions for Multiple Targets Figure 1. Effect of a commercial phytogenic feedproduct. Due to the high genetic potential of modern additive on live weight of 42-day-old broilers fedDigestibility is the Key Factor for Growth broiler strains, these birds tend to be very standard or re-formulated dietsCompensation susceptible to any decrease in protein and energyThe power of any feed additive is judged through levels. In addition to their efficacy in improvingits potential in improving the utilization of the productive performance, phytogenics can beprotein, amino acids and energy. There is no used to decrease or even diminish the risk in feedlinearity between digestibility and the density of formulation which occurs because of improperthe offered feed, which means that we may offer a mixing, variation in nutrient composition withinvery rich diet but its digestibility may be low. feedstuffs or inadequate ingredients.Nutrient digestibility or utilization depends on Biomin believes that this effect is very significantmany factors. For example, there is wide variation because manufacturing errors are quite difficultin the microbial status of the gastrointestinal tract to detect and can cause severe loss in productivityor existence of bacterial challenge and nutrients and hence profitability. Many studies havesource and their accessibility to the animal for proven that phytogenic feed additives haveabsorption. Through controlling gut microflora, positive impacts on different health parametersphytogenic feed additives have a great potential where feeding birds these compounds has led to Figure 2. Effect of a commercial phytogenic feedto improve nutrients digestibility. With the lower microbial content in the digestive tract, additive on feed conversion ratio of broilers at 42 daysaddition of the phytogenics, essential oils take a lower toxins and ammonia production, improved of ageplace in the gut to kill pathogenic bacteria and immunity and lower mortality.hence lowering the competition on the nutrients There is a positive correlation between metabolicbetween bacteria and their host which makes diseases and high-density feed. It was shown thatmore nutrients available for absorption. sudden death syndrome and ascites can beNutrient-sparing and Environment controlled via feed optimisation. Furthermore,It is a challenge to supply the market with safe chronic stress can be induced by high nutrientsproduct - natural or antibiotic-free product - that feed through increasing birds metabolic ratemeets customer satisfaction, is beneficial for which can be avoided by offering low-density Figure 3. The concept of nutrient-sparing, including three different scenarios diets. The target behind the combination of nutrient- sparing and phytogenic feed additives is to pool their advantages to end up with a modern feeding program that can meet the modern broiler performance and in the same time to avoid as much as possible the consequences of high feed prices. To investigate the growth compensating effect of phytogenics and also the impact of diet downTable 1. ** Metabolizable energy and amino acids08
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  10. 10. Article specification with or without a commercial programme resulting in standard performance. Conclusion phytogenic product, an experiment in Novi Sad In the second scenario, the same level of The fundamental question is "Do conventional University was performed where birds were performance is achieved by reformulating the feeding programmes serve for the modern broiler assigned into four treatment groups as shown in diet using phytogenic feed additives. The third production?" It appears that the combination of conversion ratio. and final scenario is the re-formulation of the diet nutrient-sparing tool with phytogenic feed Now one must go beyond the traditional with phytogenic feed additives for an increased additives is a sustainable and safe solution thinking to new horizons in animal nutrition level of performance while maintaining feed cost allowing for reducing feed cost while maintaining where we will find different scenarios. The first (Figure 3). Choosing the right scenario depends the desired performance standard or re- scenario represents the standard feeding on the actual targets of the producers. formulated diets. Physiological Responses to Low Atmospheric Pressure Stunning and Implications for Welfare Low atmospheric pressure stunning is a humane Increased delta wave activity was seen within 10 The mode of action of the LAPS process is approach that has the potential to improve seconds of LAPS onset and consistently hypoxia leading to anoxia, and the physiological welfare of poultry at slaughter. thereafter, peaking at 30 seconds into LAPS at and behavioural responses reported previously According to University of Glasgow and which point the EEG signal shared characteristics (Vizzier-Thaxton et al., 2010) are consistent with Wageningen University in the Netherlands. with that of birds in a surgical plane of anesthesia. this. In response to LAPS, birds showed a The research by Dorothy McKeegan from The researchers say that during LAPS, heart rate p ro n o u n c e d re d u c t i o n i n h e a r t r a t e Glasgow University together with D.A. consistently decreased, with more pronounced (bradyarrthythmia) and vigorous wing-flapping Sandercock and M.A. Gerritzen that low- bradycardia and arrhythmia observed after 30 (clonic convulsions) as would be expected with atmospheric pressure stunning - LAPS - seconds. No heart rate increases were observed in loss of brain function due to anoxic death. gradually induces unconsciousness without the period when the birds were potentially The research adds that it would appear that LAPS distress. conscious. induces hypoxia more slowly than other anoxia- After an initial quiescent period, brief body based stunning approaches, which is not The research team says the method eliminates the movements - presumed to be ataxia/loss of necessarily unacceptable providing the need for live shackling and ensures that every bird posture - were seen on average at 39 seconds into lengthened induction to unconsciousness is not is adequately stunned before slaughter and the LAPS process. Later (after 120 seconds on accompanied by distress. The results of the study bleeding. In LAPS, poultry are rendered average), artifacts related to clonic (wing would suggest that this is not the case for LAPS. unconscious before slaughter by gradually flapping) and tonic (muscle spasms) convulsions The lack of behavioural responses indicating reducing oxygen tension in the atmosphere to were observed in the EKG recordings. Based on aversion or escape and absence of heart rate achieve a progressive anoxia. The effects of LAPS EEG analysis and body movement responses, a elevation in the conscious period strongly suggest are not instantaneous, so the research team says conservative estimate of time to loss of that birds do not find LAPS induction distressing. there are legitimate welfare concerns around the experience of birds before loss of consciousness. consciousness is approximately 40 seconds. From "The lack of even transient heart rate elevations in Using self-contained telemetry logging units, the point of view of welfare, the report says that any of the birds during the conscious period high-quality continuous electroencephalogram what matters is what the birds experience before strongly suggests that the birds did not find LAPS (EEG) and electrocardiogram (EKG) recordings loss of consciousness. Behavioural responses to induction to an unconscious state distressing," the were obtained from 28 broiler chickens during LAPS have been reported previously (Vizzier- report says. exposure to LAPS in a commercial poultry Thaxton et al., 2010) and consisted of minimal The study concludes that collectively, the results processing plant. response until the birds became ataxic, lost suggest that LAPS is a humane approach that has posture and began wing-flapping. the potential to improve the welfare of poultry at Application of LAPS was associated with changes in the EEG pattern in the form of increases in This is similar to observations of anoxia-induced slaughter by gradually inducing unconsciousness total power, decreases in mean frequency, and in gas stunning where no negative behavioural without distress, eliminating live shackling and particular, increases in slow-wave (delta) activity, responses were seen before ataxia (Woolley and ensuring every bird is adequately stunned before indicating a gradual loss ofconsciousness. Gentle, 1988; McKeegan et al., 2007). exsanguination. EFSA to set slaughterhouse welfare indicators The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is stunning methods such as penetrative captive Spoolder said at a meeting on the issue organised set to deliver animal welfare guidance by bolts for bovines, head-only electrical stunning by EFSA in Parma on January 30. Indicators ofNews November to help European Union (EU) for pigs, sheep and goats, and electrical water- unconsciousness in stunned animals can be for member states assess the compliance of their baths for chicken and turkeys. Brussels has also example the animals immediate collapse, fixed slaughterhouses with EU animal welfare rules in requested that EFSA to deliver detailed guidance eyes and dilated pupils and loss of muscle tone in effect since the be on indicators showing animals do not suffer ears and jaws. This will include the awareness of indicators during slaughter without stunning. To establish the indicators, EFSA will send designed to prove whether an animal is According to Hans Spoolder, leader of the questionnaires to stunning and killing operators, unconscious or dead: a faulty assessment could research group on animal welfare and behaviour welfare officer operators and official veterinarians bring intense suffering to an animal in the at the Wageningen UR Livestock Research in the at slaughterhouses. They will be asked to assess slaughterhouse, if it was aware of its Netherlands, the indicators would have to be the effectiveness of a number of unconsciousness surroundings. sensitive enough to ensure that the animal is and death indicators that could then be applied at This follows a request by the European indeed unconscious after having been stunned. European level in ensuring the stunning methods Commission for indicators of death or “If the animal is conscious but the indicator says do work and animals are not exposed to unconsciousness brought by the most common its unconscious, we have a welfare problem,” unnecessary suffering. 10
  11. 11. Logiware Asia 2013 Logiware Asia 15-17 August 2013 Hall 5-6, IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand “The most preferred exhibition on warehousing, logistics and cold chain industry” Organized by MUYANG THONG THANI Logistics Cold ChainWarehousingFor Stall Booking Automation+91 9991705007+91 15/16/17 August 2013 11
  12. 12. Press ReleaseAnmol Feeds Private Limited received Asian Feed Miller Award indeed a historic moment for the organization as Anmol Feeds Private well as the country since Anmol Feeds Private Limited recently Limited is the first Indian Company to receive launched Anmol this award surpassing more than 100 applicants Premium Floating Fish from most of the feed milling units throughout Feed, an exclusive gift Asia. The programme was attended by for the farmers which agribusiness people from Japan, China, Thailand, would not only South Korea and all other Asian countries. The augment higher growth of the fish but ensure award presented to Group Managing Director, Mr remunerative prices for farmers. Anmol Feeds Amit Saraogi who is also the Vice Chairman, also launched extruded shrimp feed in addition Confederation of Indian Industry and Deputy to the existing poultry feed and cattlefeed. The Chairman, CLFMA of India by a panel of judges group has seven feed mills in different parts of the marked the recognition in Asia since Anmol Feeds country and is planning to start a rice mill to Private Limited has been a leader in feed milling produce good quality rice for export. The business because of its innovation and quality. The organization is on a higher growth trajectory and jury comprised feed association members from is making its foray into milk and milk products in Asian countries. the eastern region as a stepping stone from feed toAnother feather to the cap was added to Anmol Since its inception in the year 2000, Anmol Feeds food.Feeds Private Limited when the organization Private Limited made an indelible mark amongst A multi hundred crore company with the aimreceived Asian Feed Miller Award at the august animal feed industries catering to almost all the “Safe Food, Recreating Nation” in mind is willinggathering of all corporate magnets in feed milling Eastern and North Eastern parts of India. Our to invest multi million dollar in milk and milkbusiness on the occasion of VIV Asia 2013 in group has now been recognized by Asian farming products, rice milling, dairy and aqua feed in theBangkok, Thailand on 14th March. This is community of poultry, dairy and aqua feed sector. next 5 years.BIOMIN unveils Mycotoxin Risk Management Appfor iOS and AndroidApril 02, 2013 – In time for the upcoming 2012 in the iOS App Store and on Google Play.Global Mycotoxin Survey Report, BIOMIN Features include:launches the Mycotoxin Risk Management app, • Mycotoxin occurrence data by regionthe first application to allow instant access to and/or subregionworldwide data on mycotoxin occurrence and • Mycotoxin Risk Level indicator for poultry,information on the possible risks resulting from pigs and ruminantsmycotoxins. • Easy-to-use mycotoxicoses guideWith more than 4,000 samples collectedworldwide and almost 14,500 analyses • Mycotoxin-related news from BIOMINconducted in the last year alone, the BIOMIN • Mycotoxin occurrence data are alsoMycotoxin Survey is the most complete and available offlinecomprehensive mycotoxin report on the market. • Regular updates and moreThe app is optimized for all iOS (Apple) andAndroid smartphones and tablets and is available12
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  14. 14. Press ReleaseNew Cobb Europe headquarters at Colchesterofficially opened by Cobb president Jerry Moye who saw the move as showingcommitment to further growth throughout the region "Weve already made substantial investment in developing and expanding Cobb great- grandparent production facilities in the UK and were now doubling the scale of our pedigree breeding operation in the Netherlands," said Mr Moye. "This is an exciting time for the Cobb Europe Team. The investments that Cobb has and will continue to make in the region demonstrate our commitment to further contribute to the success of the industry in Europe, Middle East and Africa." The new headquarters are the base for Cobb activities throughout this region. The distinctively designed premises, a short distance from the previous offices, are well situated for communication with London and within easy reach of Londons City and Stansted airports as Jerry Moye [right], Cobb president, cuts the ribbon at the opening of the new offices, with Roy Mutimer well as the Harwich — Hook of Holland ferry general manager for Cobb Europe and staff link. Kemin introduces first-ever palatant with antioxidant protection for low-fat petfood diets in North America PALFRESH™ is a patent-pending palatant that delivers improved shelf-life stability and palatability all in one productDES MOINES, Iowa – To conquer the unique PALFRESH is a breakthrough line of palatability PALFRESH at Petfood Forum in Schaumburg,palatability and stability challenges associated with enhancers that deliver targeted antioxidant dosage Illinois during her presentation entitled,low-fat petfood diets, Kemin launches through liquid application, ensuring that petfood “Stabilization Technology to Deliver and MaintainPALFRESH™, a patent-pending portfolio of kibble is evenly coated and protected from Palatability throughout Pet Food Shelf Life”,palatability enhancers with additional antioxidant oxidation. PALFRESH also improves shelf-life by which will take place on Wednesday, April 17 atprotection. utilizing palatants that do not have a pro-oxidant 10:30 a.m. In addition to DeffenbaughsLow-fat petfood diets have a unique stability effect – an effect that rapidly sacrifices antioxidants presentation, Kemin representatives will bechallenge because they include less topical fat, and contributes to stability issues. available at booth 223.which is where antioxidants are typically added to In addition to stabilizing low-fat diets, PALFRESH Kemin – Inspired Molecular Solutions™stabilize the kibble. With less topical fat, kibbles maintains better palatability through shelf-life. Trials Kemin ( provides “inspiredfrom low-fat diets are unevenly coated—leaving have shown that while initial palatability between a molecular solutions” specifically developed tokibbles susceptible to rapid oxidation. In addition, PALFRESH treated diet and a control diet are similar, provide nutrition and health benefits for humanslow-fat diets may have reduced pet acceptance, diets treated with PALFRESH can preserve and animals. Committed to feed and food safety,which can be further compromised by stability palatability better over time. Kemin maintains top-of-the-line manufacturingchallenges. “We recognized an industry challenge, coupled facilities where approximately 500 specialty“Low-fat petfood diets have historically been the with the growing consumer demand for weight ingredients are made for the global feed and foodmost difficult diets to stabilize,” says Lynn management diets,” says Giuseppe Abrate, industries as well as the health, nutrition andDeffenbaugh, global product manager for president of the nutrisurance division of Kemin. beauty markets. A privately held, family-ownedpalatants at Kemin. “The one-size-fits-all “So we put our scientists to work using their and operated company, Kemin has more thanantioxidant dosage in topical fats works for knowledge and expertise in both ingredient 1,600 employees and operates in 90 countries withstandard diets, but low-fat diets are under-dosed stability and palatability to provide a solution that manufacturing facilities in Belgium, Brazil, China,because the stability program depends on the would meet our customers needs.” India, Italy, Singapore, South Africa and theantioxidant to be carried by the topical fat.” Deffenbaugh will share additional research on United states. 8thin Series IAI Expo 2014 20-22 February, IARI Ground, PUSA Road, New Delhi For Animal Health Queries: +91 9991705005 For Poultry Equipment Queries: +91 9991705006 | www.iaiexpo.com14
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  16. 16. Cover Story THE HIMALAYA DRUGS Researching Nature, Enriching Life Researching Nature, Enriching Life Since-1930 Since-1930Making of a global herbal healthcare brandThe Himalaya Drug Company was founded in 1930 by Mr M. Manal with a vision to bring aspiration of mans quest to unlock NaturesAyurveda to society in a contemporary form and to unravel the mystery behind the 5,000-year-old secrets. They represent purity and lofty ideals.system of medicine. This included referring to ancient ayurvedic texts, selecting indigenous herbs The fact that the Himalayas are the source ofand subjecting the formulations to modern pharmacological, toxicological and safety tests to create many of the herbs that are used in ournew drugs and therapies. products makes our brand name all the moreEighty one years ago, on a visit to Burma, Mr. Manal saw a villager pacify a restless elephant by appropriate.feeding it the root of the plant, Rauwolfia serpentina. Fascinated by the plants effect on the The Himalaya logo is a visual definition of itselephants, he had it scientifically evaluated. After extensive research, Serpina®, the worlds first brand identity. The leaf that forms thenatural antihypertensive drug was launched in 1934. crossbar of the letter H evokes the companysThe legacy of researching nature forms the foundation of Himalayas operations. Himalaya has focus on herbal healthcare. The teal greenpioneered the use of modern science to rediscover and validate ayurvedas secrets. Cutting-edge represents proximity to nature, while thetechnology is employed to create pharmaceutical-grade ayurvedic products. orange is evocative of warmth, vibrancy andSince inception, Himalaya has focused on developing safe, natural and innovative remedies that commitment to caring. The Himalaya brandhelp people lead healthier lives. Today, over 400,000 doctors worldwide endorse our products and carries with it the promise of good health andconsumers in over 80 countries rely on Himalaya for their health and personal care needs. well-being. RESEARCH &OUR MISSION rigorously adopt eco-friendly practices to DEVELOPMENT support the environment we inhabit.Establish Himalaya as a science-based, Each Himalaya product undergoes years of Ensure that each Himalaya employee stronglyproblem-solving, head-to-heel brand, primary research and clinical trials before it backs the Himalaya promise to exceed theharnessed from natures wealth and reaches the market… expectations of the consumer, each time andcharacterized by trust and healthy lives. every time. Nothing less is acceptable. Himalaya Science is at the root of each andDevelop markets worldwide with an in-depth every Himalaya product and our Research &and long-term approach, maintaining at each BRAND IDENTITY Development policy clearly outlines thisstep the highest ethical standards. The promise of health, well-being and a commitment to science.Respect, collaborate with and utilize the prescription for good living… ! Our products are derived throughtalents of each member of the Himalaya family The Himalaya brand has much in common rigorous research.and the local communities where Himalaya with the mountain range from which it draws ! The Himalaya R&D Center is focused onproducts are developed and/or consumed, to its name. The Himalayas have been an icon of product development, quality controldrive our seed-to-shelf policy and to16
  17. 17. Cover Story and standardization. Each raw material is screened using HPTLC The product range of Himalaya includes! There is continuous investment in the finger printing before clearing for production. therapeutics as well as feed best people, practices and technology. The finished products are also standardized s u p p l e m e n t s / a d d i t i ve s . Hi m a l a y a h a s using HPTLC, each and every batch is specialized products like Liver stimulants,! Himalaya R&D employs more than 150 growth promoters, Immunomodulators and scientists in various disciplines analyzed for complying with the standards. fertility enhancers. Liv.52 PROTEC is our! Himalaya R&D is GLP certified GLOBAL PRESENCE flagship brand available in all the segments. Three new products were launched in the yearPRODUCTS Popularizing contemporary Ayurveda across 2012 one in each segment. the worldHimalayas products can broadly be Animal Health has a pan India operation withcategorized into Himalaya has offices in India, USA, Middle 180 sales people across the country and still East, South Africa, Latvia and Singapore. continues to expand rapidly.! Pharmaceuticals These are full-fledged offices that are! Personal Care Himalaya animal Health has a strong presence responsible for building the brand locally. in poultry sector spreading across the states of! Babycare Himalayas products are now available in more Haryana, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh,! Animal Health than 80 countries and more than 40% of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. 50% of the! Nutrition companys revenue comes from exports. revenues come from poultry sector. Some of the major brands in poultry segment areQUALITY CORPORATE SOCIAL Liv.52 PROTEC, Speman forte, Nefrotec andThe products undergo rigorous testing, RESPONSIBILITY Geriforte Vet. Liv.52 PROTEC PFS is a newsimilar to that of an allopathic drug, including product being added to the portfolio this year. Caring for the planet and peoplePhase I to Phase IV clinical trials, toxicity and Apart from catering to domestic market Himalaya has received the ISO-14001:2004stability studies. In March 2001, Himalaya Himalaya Animal Health products are also certification - the most recognized standard,was granted a "Good Manufacturing Practices exported to countries like Russia, Japan, globally, for environment management.(GMP)" Certificate. Himalaya received the Brazil, UAE, Saudi Arabia Sri Lanka, Costa We are working with a network of over 3,000 Rica, Malaysia etc.ISO 9001:2000 certification for quality, farmers across India to cultivate herbs usingmanufacturing and marketing of herbal Himalaya Animal Health products are good agriculture practices.products in 2003. welcomed in many of the developed countriesHimalayas products are manufactured at state ANIMAL HEALTH because they are safe and dont leave any harmful residue on the produce that goes intoof the art facilities that are WHO GMP, Animal Health Division was incorporated in human consumption.USFDA, Australian TGA, and EU GMP the year 1999 with 5 products, Today the division markets 26 products with 64 SKUs. With the current Global inclination towardscompliant. Each and every product undergoes natural and safe products, Himalaya eyes astricter quality checks right from the sourcing Animal Health Division operates in four huge opportunity lying ahead in herbal animalof raw material to the final stage. segments - Livestock, Poultry, Companion health care segment. animal care and Aqua.17
  18. 18. Press ReleaseIndian Herbs Participation in VIV- Bangkok-2013From 13 – 15 March, 2013INDIAN HERBS, Saharanpur, the pioneer team of INDIAN HERBS to their best T H I N L AY E R C H RO M ATO G R A PHand market leader in the Herbal Animal satisfaction. (HPTLC), HIGH PRESSURE LIQUIDHealth Care Products Industry since 1951 At INDIAN HERBS, research and C H RO M ATO G R A P H ( H P L C ) , G A Sparticipated in the international exhibition development is a unique blend of traditional CHROMATOGRAPH–MASSVIV–BANGKOK-2013 from 13 – 15 March, glory with modern science. INDIAN HERBS SPECTROMETER(GC-MS), ATOMIC2013 with its strong marketing and technical is the first company to harness the rich A B S O R P T I O Nteam of 15 persons including its Director treasure of herbs for developing and SPECTROPHOTOMETER, GASMarketing, Sri Gaurav Agrawal, Sales producing Herbal Animal Health Care C H RO M ATO G R A PH , U V- V I SManagers, Zonal Managers, Regional Products based on the knowledge of 5000 year SCANNING SPECTROPHOTOMETER &Managers and Technical Managers. The aim of old Indian System of Medicine called SPECTROFLUROMETER etc. is approvedthe participation was to share the technical “Ayurveda”. Since inception INDIAN HERBS by the Ministry of Science and Technology,and other information on the cost effective has searched, researched, scientifically Govt. of India since concepts of herbal specialities of developed, pharmacologically tested and The products of INDIAN HERBS haveINDIAN HERBS which are the best clinically evaluated the herbal products on undergone extensive pharmacological,alternatives of synthetic products with better modern scientific lines using the latest toxicological and clinical investigations atefficacy. technology for Ruminants, Poultry, Swine, premier research institutes at India andHeavy rush of visitors was seen on the stand Equine, Canine and Aqua and other animal abroad. The result of these thorough indepthof INDIAN HERBS. The stand of INDIAN species. Based on extensive research on and intensive research studies have beenHERBS was visited by the visitors from medicinal herbs on modern scientific lines published in the form of more than 750Malaysia, Philippines, Iran, Taiwan, Vietnam, backed with high technology and strict quality research papers in the eminent national andSouth Korea, Thailand, Turkey, Egypt, Africa , control, the products of INDIAN HERBS are international scientific journals. More thanEurope, USA, and Latin America. The unique recognized for their efficacy and high safety 190 scientists have been awarded Masters andherbal concepts and research work done by profile. Doctorate degree for their research work atINDIAN HERBS to reduce the production The R&D Centre of INDIAN HERBS which INDIAN HERBS products covering variouscost for better profitability were well is equipped with the state of the art modern aspects of animal nutrition and health care.appreciated by the visitors. All the queries of facilities such as HIGH PERFORMANCE INDIAN HERBS has the distinction ofthe visitors were answered by the technical18
  19. 19. Press Releasegetting more than 22 Patents in USA, Europe, significantly to the Companys turnover. septic (Animunin), anti-stress & adaptogenIndia etc and many Patents are pending in INDIAN HERBS has successfully developed (StressCheck) etc. and are brandUSA and other countries for innovative and introduced a range of new concepts and leaders.INDIAN HERBS products have beenresearch on herbs and herbal products. products. The unique concepts of INDIAN registered or authorized for marketing inINDIAN HERBS has also developed and HERBS in the field of poultry feed supplements around 40 countries of the world and thepatented a unique drug delivery system for brought conceptual changes in least cost feed company is marketing its products to thesemedicines and nutritional supplements. formulations. It is the first herbal company countries across four contents including Asia,The result of extensive research is that today which has introduced the research oriented Europe, Latin America and Africa successfully.most of the products of INDIAN HERBS are herbal products in important segments such as Looking to the harmful after-effects of syntheticmarket leaders in total Indian AHP market, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Choline, Methionine, medicines, the veterinarians, consultants andahead of the allopathic products of MNCs. Lysin, Anti-microbial products. Some of its farmers all over the world are taking keenINDIAN HERBS is successfully competing innovative concepts include natural form of interest in the use of herbal feed supplementswith MNCs and ranks amongst 5 top Vitamin C (Herbal C), Vitamin E (E-Sel and health care products. The R&D Centre ofcompanies in total Animal Health Product Power), Choline (BioCholine), methionine INDIAN HERBS is continuously workingMarket (including synthetic chemical product (HerboMethione Plus), lysine (HerboLysin), hard for developing new formulations ofmarket) in India. AGP (Herbiotic FS), immune potentiator original research and the Group is committed toPoultry Division is one of the key business areas (ImmuPlus / ImmuGreen), metabolic provide quality products for better animalof INDIAN HERBS and contributes stimulant (Livol / LivoLiv), respiratory anti- health and production performance. Hi-power Feeds Pvt. Limited Organized Technical Seminar of Broiler & Layer Farmer at Ladwa, Dt: Kurushhetra (Hry)HI-POWER FEEDS PVT. LIMITED Brand to increase Production & Profitability. He hasName POWER FEEDS Manufacturer & emphasized on Feed Quality and FeedSupplier of Poultry Feed & Cattle Feed. They are Management Practice need as per Daily Routine.recently Organised a PoultryTechnology Seminar The Other Expert Speakers Of 1. Mr. Ashokin HOTEL SUNSHINE, LADWA , DT: Sharma & Jitender Sharma, Director of Hi-KURUSHHETRA (HRY). Power Feeds, 2. Mr. Narender Sharma, C.E.O ofThe Technical Seminar is the Series of Quality Hi-Power Feeds 3. Mr. Vineet Dhiman, BusinessManagement Improvement and Maximum Devlopment Manager of Hi-Power Feeds gave anProfiting to the Farmer. The Seminar was Up-Date about HI-POWER FEEDS.Presentation By Dr. Hari Krihan Rohila, (Expert The Seminar was Participated by more than 100Consultant o Poultry Feed) Presented at Farmers & recknowed Dealer of BROILER &Technical Standard-Basic Management Practice LAYER Mr. Kamal Saini of M/s.Kamal Poultry, & Mr. Anil Mehala of M/s.Swami Traders. All Farmers have active Participation was evident from their flurry of questions to the speakers. They have appreciated of Hi-Power Feeds very good efforts & given to many thanks to HI- POWER Teams. They also expressed that its very much required to such type Seminars regularly to know new Devlopments in Industry. After Technical Session all Participate joined together for Refreshment. After Refreshment again they are very good discussion about Poultry Industry Devlopment. With this Seminar, HI-POWER FEEDS accomplished its Commitment, Once again, to Improve Technical knowledge of Customers, Besides Assisting them to get excellent results using our Product, Quality and Services.19
  20. 20. Press ReleaseBig Dutchman Celebrates 75 Years! finding better ways of increasing productivity. Seventy five years later, it is that same pioneering spirit that drives the company every day to develop products that perform for farmers around the world. Providing a complete line of poultry and swine production equipment around the world, Big Dutchman leads the industry in the design and production of products geared towards fulfilling both current, and future needs. Big Dutchman stands for long-lasting quality, service and unsurpassed know-how and as the Bernd Meerphol, Big Dutchman CEO (l) and industry leader, its innovations will continue to automatic controls, the company continues to set Clovis Rayzel, President of Big Dutchman, positively impact the industries it serves. standards for efficiency, productivity and Inc (r), cut the anniversary cake during the 2013 Everyday farmers the world over realise the reliability. IPPE show in Atlanta benefits of Big Dutchmans dedication to It is its innovations that help our customersUS - In 1938, Big Dutchman was established innovation. From its poultry, pig and egg succeed, says Big Dutchman, Because as theywith the idea of changing the poultry industry by production systems, to its tightly integrated invent, you thrive.VIV ASIA: Bayer Animal Health Presents Species Health SolutionsTHAILAND - Bayer Animal Health presented well as improving performance management. In Salmonella infections. This advancedSpecies Health Solutions for pigs, poultry and 2013, Bayer Animal Health launched two nutraceutical is a solution that is far superior inaquaculture at VIV Asia 2013 in Bangkok. The vaccines in Asia: CSF-E2 marker (prevention of technology apart from being economically was also celebrating 150 years of success classic swine fever) and AR+rsPMT (prevention All these products are complemented by athrough innovation and change. of swine progressive Atrophic Rhinitis) in Taiwan comprehensive biosecurity portfolioBayer Animal Health presented its species and Korea. encompassing a broad range of insecticidesportfolio of products and services at VIV Asia Baycox® for the control of coccidiosis and the ( Qu i c k Ba y t ® , So l f a c ® , St a r yc i d e ® ) ,2013 from 13 to 15 March 2013. As a pioneer of anti-infective Baytril® are two essential pillars to disinfectants (Remedor®) and rodenticidesinnovation, Bayers expertise in the animal health Bayers swine health portfolio. Around these key (Racumin®, Rodilon®) that offer a remarkablemarket allows the company to truly understand products available in most countries of the region tool to prevent the spread of disease in andand meet customers needs. The innovative, Bayer built up local portfolios to best support around farms.technologically superior portfolio of Bayer producers with solutions along the entire Aquaculture – comprehensive applications forexemplifies its commitment to providing species production cycle. fish and water qualityhealth solutions to its clients. In order to improve health and hygiene Bayer Animal Health is the only globalAttendees of the trade show discovered these management on swine farms, Bayer presented at pharmaceutical company that provides a broadproducts at an informative and interactive booth. VIV Asia a special toolbox called Lab-on- aquaculture portfolio covering the entireVisitors also celebrated with Bayer its 150th Wheels. The unique box offers different tests and production cycle in the main producinganniversary of success through innovation and diagnosis tools that can easily be used on the countries in Asia Pacific, China and Latinchange. For over 90 years, Bayer has been a farm. This service is being used by Bayer America. Bayer and its licensed partners startedtrusted partner in animal health, delivering representatives to detect the needs of the over the last decade to offer a growing number ofsolutions that meet the highest standards and respective farm and to offer tailor-made solutions cutting edge technology including water qualityclients evolving needs. At the forefront of animal to the producer. and fish farming. Besides the Bayer brandsproduction, Bayer Animal Health constantly Poultry health – improving performance Hadaclean® A, and Coforta® A the companystrives to enhance its products and services for management with viable solutions offers also several products from licensingswine, poultry and aquaculture production. Bayer Animal Health strengthens its presence in partners such as PondDtox® PondSafe® fromBayer applies global experience to local concerns Asia with its solutions for poultry health. Adding Novozymes Biologicals and Virasure® Aquaticto bring species health solutions to its customers. to its already extensive list of advanced from Fish Vet Group Ltd to complete the range.Swine health – Focus on prevention and nutraceuticals, Bayer enhances poultry health To highlight their commitment to share andinfectious diseases and performance with Baymix® Grobig BS, improve the aquaculture activities in the region,Recent developments in the swine health market Latibon® Plus ME and Toxisorb® to name a few. Bayer and its partners hosted in the context of theare met by Bayer Animal Healths vast portfolio Baymix Grobig BS is a patented, non-antibiotic trade show a discussion forum of appliedof swine medications. Its products focus on growth promoter that helps maintain gut health technology for Asian aquaculture environmentprevention and treatment of infectious diseases as and integrity while controlling Clostridia and for fish and shrimp aquaculture. IPPE - Award for Marel Food processing equipment manufacturer Marel has been named the American eat Institutes supplier of the year. The company was presented with the award during the International Production and Poultry Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia. The Icelandic based company was also recently ranked as the number one company globally in advanced equipment and systems for the poultry, fish, and further20
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