SENAPROA addresses key parent stock health, management and market issues.
Campinas, SP, Brazil – World-leading poultry breeding company Aviagen® announced today that it will play a key role in the 18th annual SENAPROA symposium, June 21-23, at the Hotel Fiesta Americana in Queretaro, Mexico. SENAPROA is Mexico’s National Parent Stock Producers division of the National Poultry Association (UNA). Aviagen will host expert internal and industry-renowned speakers from Latin America and the U.S. Topics will range from a poultry market outlook to optimal parent stock nutrition, reproduction and management.
Here are some of industry-specific subjects that participants can look forward to:
- Nick Dale from the University of Georgia in the U.S. will share his expertise on “Poultry myths and the poultry industry.”
- Sam Lenarz, from Agristats, will address "International poultry market perspectives and tendencies."
- An “Update on reproductive diseases in parent stock” will be given during a presentation by Luis Vera Kellet, regional technical services veterinarian for Aviagen North America and Latin America.
- “Male management rearing and production for the initial four weeks” will be the focus of a session by Rodrigo Cisoto, technical services manager for Aviagen in Mexico.
- Marcelo Silva, nutritionist for Aviagen in Latin America, will present an “Update on parent stock feeding,” with a comparative session from various companies in Latin America.
“Aviagen focuses significant attention each year on SENAPROA and this year the topics we’re hosting are intended to share a broad range of information that is important to parent stock production success,” explains Jose J. Bruzual, regional technical manager for Aviagen in Latin America.
Aviagen is committed to the success of parent stock producers in Mexico and for this reason we’ve organized topics such as nutrition, reproductive health and effective management,” adds Juan Diez, business manager for Aviagen in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
In September Aviagen looks forward to the poultry industry’s premier event • the Latin American Congress, Sept. 26-29, in Guadalajara, Mexico.