Ceva's innovation summit focuses on sharing innovation along the value chain

320 poultry veterinarians, production managers and key opinion leaders from 50 countries attended the Ceva Poultry Innovation Summit 2019.
calendar icon 12 April 2019
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The Poultry Innovation Summit hosted by Ceva focused on the sharing of pragmatic, scientific and technical information and the latest innovations from the hatchery to precision animal health.

Commenting, Dr Sylvain Comte, Head of Ceva Poultry said:” We will continue to invest in new technologies that allow us to share field experiences between poultry experts, industry partners and our customers. This is vital to realising the full benefits to be gained from these new technologies: from improved chick quality to production management in the hatchery, farm and slaughterhouse.”

Ceva presented its latest vaccine for the control of Gumboro disease - Novamune® for layers and coloured feather broilers, to complete the range that includes the market-leading Transmune®, used in broilers and breeders. Further innovations, include Laserlife® equipment to improve early health management in the hatchery and expansion of the C.H.I.C.K. and GPS service platforms through which Ceva feeds back customised reports for producers to help them improve data-driven decision making.

During the 3-day symposium, the attendees also had the opportunity to exchange with experts from a number of specialist companies about the latest innovations in data management, new hatching technologies, hatching egg management, smart farming, early feeding and chick transportation.

Laurence Williams

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