Biovet S.A. will participate in the XXV Central American and Caribbean Poultry Congress
The event will be held from August 21st to 23rd in San Pedro Sula (Honduras)
Biovet S.A. will participate with a stand at the XXV Central American and Caribbean Poultry Congress, to be held from August 21st to 23rd in San Pedro Sula (Honduras). During the event, technical conferences on poultry health, genetics, production and environmental management will be held. Visitors will find the manufacturer of natural additives Biovet S.A. at booth number 5, where they will be able to know the latest developments in the product lines: preservatives, pronutrients and mycotoxin binders.
In this regard, the representative of the Biovet S.A technical team, Dr. Elvira Cano, has advanced, quoted by Veterinaria Digital, that during the meeting will show "the latest results made in different parts of the world, which confirm the effectiveness of the natural preservative with microbiocidal activity, Alquermold Natural, for the prevention of necrotic enteritis".
It is a bactericide and fungicide for raw materials and compound feed, in which the action of a patented active principle of natural origin, the cimenol ring, is combined with citric acid. "Its incorporation into drinking water allows the control of the main pathogenic colonizing microorganisms of the intestine, such as Salmonella, E. coli, Clostridium, Staphylococcus, fungi and yeasts" she explained.
In addition, the veterinarian stressed that "we will bring to the most important poultry Congress in Central America the latest in vivo trials that demonstrate the efficacy of pronutrients – botanical extracts added to feed in small quantities – that have the capacity to improve the state physiological of the birds and, therefore, the productive performance of the farms".
Finally, "we must emphasize the effect on birds of mycotoxin binders, such as Alquerfeed Antitox, made with the patented molecule of Biovet S.A, Silicoglycidol. It is used mainly for the prevention of enteritis and poisoning (mycotoxicosis) by ingestion of food contaminated by mycotoxins”, explained Dr. Cano.
The program of the XXV Central American and Caribbean Poultry Congress consists of a "scientific segment, a commercial exhibition with the main suppliers of the poultry industry, as well as social and cultural opportunities to make connections and establish contacts", according to the organizers of the congress, ANAVIH (National Association of Aviculturists of Honduras).