Avinash Group (Nepal) reinforces its belief in Petersime and its BioStreamer™ yet again
After experiencing perceptible shortening of the hatch window and fuelled by the positive feedback on the performance of the broilers from the growing farms, Avinash Group, Nepal, relies again on the Petersime BioStreamer™ incubators for the enlargement of its hatchery. ‘They have to be BioStreamer™ setters and hatchers.’
Narrow hatch window, several advantages
‘I wanted to stick to Petersime AirStreamers™ for my first expansion,’ Mr Guna Chandra Bista recounts. ‘Petersime persuaded me to install BioStreamer™ hatchers at least, if I did not want to consider BioStreamers™ for the whole project. This turned out to be a very wise choice.
We noticed a shorter hatch window from the very first hatch in Petersime BioStreamer™ hatchers, back in 2012.
We noticed a shorter hatch window from the very first hatch in Petersime BioStreamer™ hatchers, back in 2012. That gave us several advantages: the day-old chicks were not dehydrated, we counted more chicks because our hatchability rate increased by 2 to 3%, they were more uniform, and of much better quality in comparison. Moreover, we noticed a significant drop in post-hatch mortality and an improved FCR on the farms. This made our clients and us very happy.’
Avinash Hatchery now expands its operation to meet with the growing demand for day-old-chicks. ‘In light of our wonderful experience, we made the simple choice of Petersime BioStreamer™ without hesitation. They have to be BioStreamer™ setters and hatchers.’
'They have to be BioStreamer™ setters and hatchers.'
With the current expansion, production will be doubled, from the current 24 million to 48 million day-old chicks a year. Avinash Hatchery will maintain its numero uno hatchery status in the country in the production and sale of broiler and layer day-old chicks.
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