In partnership with FTI members ISA (part of Hendrix Genetics), Van Eck Industrial Hygiene and Larive, the practical, interactive 4-day training program in Bogor, West Java attracted more than 35 participants from over 15 different breeding companies across the country.
Dr Marleen Boerjan, Pas Reform’s Director R&D, delivered practical sessions and key insights into the impact of the latest research into embryology on hatching egg quality and storage, optimising incubation, troubleshooting and fine-tuning hatchery performance.
Senior Poultry Specialist Gerd de Lange led discussions on hatchery hygiene and breeder management, practical aspects of incubating for high quality chicks, achieving uniformity on the breeder farm, hatching egg hygiene and hatchery climate control and ventilation, with ISA sales manager Willie Blokvoort presenting on chick quality, from the pulling of newly hatched chicks to housing and optimal brooding.
Bas Kanters, Pas Reform’s sales director for Asia, says: “The objective of this program is to share knowledge that will assist Indonesian poultry professionals in practical ways, to build strong businesses and achieve sustainable growth.
“While we are sharing the most up-to-date knowledge with hatcheries and breeder farm operators, participants tell us that they also greatly value the opportunity that this training creates, to share experiences and insights with other professionals from across their industry.”
From left, Deddy Kurnia, President Director of Berdikari Sarana Jaya; Dr Marleen Boerjan; Gerd de Lange; Erwan Julianto, Technical Service Manager of ISA Indonesia; Santad Dentstaporn, Pas Reform Hatchery Specialist and Bas Kanters. Picture courtesy of Arief Fachrudin, Regional Correspondent, Asian Agribusiness Media Pte Ltd.