The Biovet International Symposium for America 2018 will be held in September in Raleigh (USA)
The technical conference will begin with the explanation of the mechanism of action of pronutrients
The Biovet International Symposium for America will be held on September 19th, at the new office of Biovet, located at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, in Raleigh (North Carolina, USA), and will be attended by the principal representatives of the North American poultry and swine sectors. During the event, Biovet S.A. will provide solutions for the daily problems that occur in farms: alternatives to Antibiotics Growth Promote (AGPs), necrotic enteritis, immune system problems, coccidiosis or the price of vitamins.
The event will be attended by representatives of the best-known American universities in the field of animal science such as: Purdue University, NC State University (NCSU), Mississippi State University (MSU) and SPRG. During the symposium, will be made updates on Biovet's main lines of research, based on in vitro and in vivo studies conducted at North American universities.
PRONUTRIENTS AND PRESERVATIVES
The technical conference will begin with the explanation of pronutrients' mechanism of action. In this sense, the above mentioned natural origin additives manufacturer company will present pronutrients' line: Alquernat Coneb, Alquernat Nebsui, Alquernat Zycox, Alquernat Immuplus and Alquernat Livol, destined to birds, layers, pigs and turkeys.
Likewise, the Biovet International Symposium for America will also address natural preservative products, such as Alquermold Natural, which, in addition to being a preservative, is indicated for the control of Salmonella, other pathogens and for the prevention of necrotic enteritis.
IMPROVE ANIMAL NUTRITION
"The Research and Development team of Biovet S.A works every day to improve the parameters of animal production and nutrition", indicate from Biovet S.A., in a press release collected by Veterinaria Digital. This task is completed by combining laboratory actions with others performed by veterinarians and technicians on farms. "This joint work ensures that the final product is the best to meet the requirements of our customers and distributors," they conclude.