Cobb-Vantress, Inc. Hosts Fifth Annual North America Technical School

US - More than 100 delegates including 79 customers from Mexico, Central America, Canada and the Caribbean took part in the fifth annual Cobb North America Technical School.
calendar icon 2 December 2015
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During the three-day event there were presentations on 15 different aspects of bird management with speakers from Cobb-Vantress, Agri-Stats, Inc. and the University of Arkansas. These presentations enabled delegates to learn and share experiences with each other in a comfortable, classroom style setting.

From left to right: Amir Nilipour (Milo), Cesar Coto (Cobb), Juan Hernandez (Bachoco), Pedro Powell (Jamaica Broilers), Robin Jarquin (Cobb), Syd Mogg (Jamaica Broilers), Juan Luis Ordaz (Pilgrims of Mexico), Leonel Mejia (Cobb)

Ken Semon presents a retirement gift to Juan Sosa

“Instead of just focusing on a couple of topics, we wanted to cover areas that everyone is interested in and wants to learn about. You could tell how engaged our customers were by the number of questions they asked and the in-depth discussions after each presentation," said Ken Semon, Cobb-Vantress director of Technical Services, North America.

In addition to hearing presentations covering topics on breeder and broiler management and a full-day on hatchery best practices, delegates were able to pose questions to Cobb personnel and get answers on the spot.

“This event was a huge success for everyone there. We consider it a privilege to host our technical schools for our customers. The feedback we’ve received from attendees reinforces the positive impact they feel it will have on their business,” said Heath Wessels, Cobb-Vantress Director of Sales, North America.

Ludmila Starostina

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