Dedicated webinar provides customers with the best male management practices
EDINBURGH, Scotland. – The Aviagen® TMEA team recently held a webinar on male management topics for our customers across the region, in order to continue providing top quality remote service. The webinar took place on 31 March with customers from over 40 countries attending including Turkey, South Africa, UK, Egypt, Mauritius, Uganda, Algeria, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Rwanda, Zambia and USA.
During the webinar, customers received a number of presentations from our dedicated regional customer service team and international specialists. Topics included:
- Male Genetic Potential,
- Grading & Post-Grading Techniques,
- Why A Separate Male Diet?,
- Key Points for Males During Production,
- Proper Egg Handling Better Utilization of Eggs For Better Hatchability,
- Leg Health
Simultaneous translation into Turkish, English, Arabic and French also were available for our customers so that they could listen to the webinar in their local language.
“The Aviagen TMEA team are trying to integrate new and efficient technology in order to swiftly provide our customers with the most up-to-date information, and to enable us to meet with our customers more regularly. We had a record number of participants on this male management webinar from a number of different countries across the world, and we received a lot of positive feedback. It is important to maximize the genetic potential of our birds in order to obtain a better economic profit and the maximum quantity of day-old chicks at the highest quality. This is achieved through good poultry management, high quality feed and healthy flocks,” commented Murat Yakar, Aviagen Regional Technical Manager, TMENA.
Osman Çakır, General Manager of Karahallılar expressed his thanks to the Aviagen team for these informative webinars. “I found this webinar very useful and it gave us the opportunity to update all of our male management information. It is great that the questions and answers, plus the recording and copies of the presentations are shared with us after the webinar. We are looking forward to attending future webinars organized by the Aviagen TMEA team. Thank you for organizing this webinar and a very special thanks to all of the speakers.”
Chiheb Maaouia, Area Manager for Poulina commented, “The webinar gave us a clear insight into the new recommendations for PS male management. It gave us the opportunity to hear about the Aviagen team’s expertise and know-how on the subject of management of males, leg health, genetic evolutions, and feed recommendations.”