BIOMIN Boosts Services, Technical Support to American Poultry Industry
BIOMIN has announced launching of new services, further expansion of its solutions and hiring of additional technical experts in order to support US-based poultry firms in achieving better outcomes, according to the feed additives company.
“With this rollout, we reinforce our commitment to bringing science-based innovations to customers, supported by on-site expertise, educational training, and regular follow-up. It reflects our “3S” value proposition: Science, Service, and Speed,” explained Simon Walley, President of BIOMIN North America.
The new services portfolio Biomin® GUTcheck, includes several laboratory assays as well as on-site support designed to assist customers enhance their operations.
“The key objectives of Biomin® GUTcheck is to assess flock health in order to promote growth of beneficial gut microbiota and overcome pathogenic challenges—both of which gain greater importance in the context of the veterinary feed directive (VFD),” shared Dr Raj Murugesan, Technical and Marketing Director of BIOMIN America.
Healthy gut, strong chick
BIOMIN has introduced two major application enhancements for its PoultryStar® synbiotic line, a post pelleting application and hatchery application, by launching a unique product: PoultryStar® solUS conc.
“The new PoultryStar® post pelleting application is one-of-a-kind in the American market, and we’ve fielded quite a few inquiries already,” stated Dr Murugesan.
The second application, specifically for the US market, is to facilitate the administration of our synbiotic with vaccines through gel or spray systems in the hatchery. “In addition to the proven effectiveness of PoultryStar®, our customers appreciate the ease of use and time savings the PoultryStar® hatchery application delivers when administered along with major vaccines and gels used in the market,” he explained.
Breakthrough pathogen control
Following the launch of Biotronic® Top3US for swine at the 2016 World Pork Expo, BIOMIN is bringing the same acid-based product to the poultry sector. “The industry recognizes the challenges that Gram-negative pathogens such as...
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