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Bangladesh: Hubbard Technical Seminar Co-Organised with PCDS

09 February 2017
Hubbard Breeders

BANGLADESH - On November 26th, 2016, Hubbard and Poultry Consultant & Development Services (PCDS) have co-organised their Hubbard Technical Seminar at the Hotel Le Meridien in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Mr Rafiqul Haque (CEO of PCDS) opened the first session delivering his warm welcome to a large audience, followed by Mr. David Fyfe (Business Director Hubbard) who inaugurated the Technical Seminar by speaking about Hubbard's history and an update on R&D Mr. Andrea Beneventi (Technical Manager Hubbard) reviewed the Hubbard Male Management.

The 2nd session started with Hubbard's Technical & Veterinary Services Manager Dr Robert Santos who presented a case study on how to improve vaccination response and uniformity of vaccination. Mr. Dante Rivera (Hubbard Incubation Specialist) addressed Hatchery Management and Bench Marking. Mr. Ehsanul Kabir Mosru (Hubbard Regional Senior Technical Manager) concluded the session by presenting Hubbard's Technical Supports and the commercial broiler Test Farm Facilities in Bangladesh.

This seminar attracted nearly 120 attendees for this very well organised technical review. Besides many poultry professionals and Poultry Magazines, 20 different GP Poultry organisations and breeding farms were present.

Before closing of the seminar, Mr. Rafiqul Haque invited Mr. Md. Abu Luthfe Fazleh Rahim Khan (Aftab GP Farms Ltd Managing Director) to share his experience with the audience. He enthusiastically expressed his satisfaction of working with the Hubbard team and products for such a long time. Mr. Moshiur Rahman (Managing Director of Paragon GP Farms Ltd), Hubbard's other historic Distributor in Bangladesh, gave also a warm speech through a video presented to the attendees.

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