Farmavet International which produces products to domestic capital in animal nutrition and health, and only experts Farmavet International, proudly introduces new formulations in FARMAZY the FEED ENZYMES SERIES to the Turkish poultry sector.
Farmavet International, which has been serving Turkish livestock for a quarter of a century, continues its work with the philosophy that keeps R & D parallel with the industry. Scientific Working Group and Sales Farmavet team with the synergy created by the team at the four corners of Turkey, the latest developments and followed by the currents of the world’s poultry sector, the topics to discuss, our country set out to follow in the poultry sector.
The first phase of the tour took place in Çorum, Konya, Adana and Afyon. Simultaneously with Çorum, a seminar was held on January 21, 2010 at Eken Prestij Hotel, one of the pioneers of the poultry sector in Balıkesir. In this scientific meeting, Professor of Animal Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Uludag University. Mustafa EREN took part in the training and technical information.
As a speaker in seminars in cities other than Balıkesir, Ankara University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Animal Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases, Faculty Member. Prof. dr. Kemal KÜÇÜKERSAN joined.
Prof. Dr. Kemal Küçükersan’s recent developments in the use of enzymes in feed, recent discussions in the scientific literature and especially the importance of proper use of enzymes in poultry rations were told by the participants in a pleasant conversation.January 21, 2010, Çorum Anitta Hotel, Çorum and the environment of the participants from around the seminar attracted great attention.
Professor Dr. Kemal Küçükersan’s ability to convey his deep theoretical knowledge by smoothing, quotations from foreign scientific publications, form of sincere addressing and the question of how the producers started to ask questions provided the ideal ini university – producer ’theme. In fact, the producers, both before the seminar and the seminar after the seminar benefited from valuable scientists.
Returning to the seminar, Prof.Dr. Kemal Küçükersan’s Economic Feed Production and High Y.D.O. In his presentation titled Features That Should Be Considered in the Selection of Enzymes for Enzyme and Features Selecting Farmazyme Feed Enzymes; the importance of NOP (Non-Starch Polysaccharides) values and the use of specific products in the enzyme were underlined. After the presentation of what the egg producers and broiler growers ignored while using the enzyme and what they should give importance to the economic cost of feeding, the presentation of the Farmavet Scientific Working Group on the Properties of Selecting Farmazyme Feed Enzymes is an answer to the question of what kind of enzyme should we use? was nature.
After the highly productive Çorum Seminar, the Farmavet International Feed Enzymes Seminars were held on February 2, 2010 in Konya Rixos Hotel geçendeidi. Many egg producers and broiler growers from Konya and its environs gathered and exchanged ideas on the occasion of the seminar.
Two days later, on 4 February 2010, a seminar took place in Adana Seyhan Hotel with the guest group consisting of egg producer and broiler grower from Adana and surrounding provinces.
A highly interactive, extraordinary seminar was held with the participants’ questions and comments. Just like a roundtable, the last 20 minutes were asked questions to the Professor, as well as the sectoral information sharing among the producers. The pleasant conversations that even made the meal time unforgettable continued at dinner.
The last part of the 2010 Winter Tour which took place in Afyon Oruçoğlu Thermal Hotel on 9 February 2010 was also very useful.
FARMAZYME Feed Enzymes Series, which is among the most preferred products of FarmavatInternational for many years, made an enormous entry into the market with new formulations as of 2010. The successful results of FARMAZYME, even used in Nigeria, have been published in the April 2008 issue of Pig Information from the British Society of Animal Science (UK). This must be a separate proof of success.