Bosnia-Herzegovina Joins Ross 140 Club

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA - Following in the footsteps of two other companies in the region, Madi in Bosnia-Herzegovina has become the third company to reach Ross 140 club membership by producing 142 chicks per hen housed.
calendar icon 19 December 2014
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Madi achieved the prestigious status due to the hard work and close attention of production manager Rasko Joviæ, who has consistently achieved excellent results, together with his team.

Aviagen® Kft introduced the Ross 140 Club two years ago to demonstrate what is possible with the Ross breed, motivating producers to reach higher levels of productivity and also setting up an opportunity for the industry to share tips and advice.

Aviagen said: "Madi is one of the largest poultry businesses in Bosnia-Herzegovina. To produce more than 140 chicks per hen housed, as they have done, is a fantastic achievement for the company and a great reflection of the Ross bird.

“They are also the third company from the region which shows what a wealth of poultry talent there is and the true potential of the industry."

The director at Madi, Edin Jaband¾iæ stated: "For us, this award represents a commitment to consistently working to improve and achieve better results with the Ross bird."

Charlotte Rowney

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