twitter RSS Feed linkedin acp contact

Arbor Acres hosts Algeria's first international poultry seminar

Arbor Acres Algeria (AAA), the local Arbor Acres distributor company, recently hosted Algeria’s first global poultry seminar in the city of Tlemcen

Tlemcen ViroulaudAlgeria's first international poultry seminar discussed the future of the poultry industry and took place in Tlemcen. (Image source: lionel.viroulaud)

The event welcomed more than 200 guests from the Algerian and North African poultry industry, which highlighted Aviagen’s research and development work and potential future development within the market.

Speakers at the event included Rachid Kherbouche, the president and his son Hachim Kherbouche manager of ELALF and AAA, who addressed the audience about future plans and goals.

The event ended with a professional video demonstration of the AAA activities and its brand new facilities in Tlemcen.

“The meticulous organisation of this event, the careful selection of subjects, venue and invitees were a clear indication of how seriously dedicated The Kherbouche Group is to the poultry industry and its future within Algeria and we are proud to have them as partners,” said Puzant Dakessian, Aviagen regional technical manager.

“It was a very successful event and we look forward to more in the future,” Dakessian added.


LATEST NEWS IN Poultry

Wadi Group celebrate 30 year landmark anniversary as Ross customer

Wadi Group celebrate 30 year landmark an…

Wadi Group recently celebrated 30 years of collaboration with Ross, at its seventh Wadi Poultry Academy held from 25-29 September in Cairo, Egypt

Roxell introduces Fortena chain feeding system for broilers in the production period

Roxell introduces Fortena chain feeding …

Roxell, a leading manufacturer of automatic feeding, drinking, nesting, heating and ventilation systems, has launched the Fortena chain feeding system for broiler breeders in the production period

AMINOHen® The egg industry nutrition software

AMINOHen® The egg industry nutrition sof…

Balanced feed is essential to sustainable egg production and in-depth knowledge of nutrient requirements is the key to effective diet design, yet gaining a full and current overview can be...

BRAC Liberia continues to support poultry farmers

BRAC Liberia continues to support poultr…

The country director of BRAC Liberia, Rosy Choudhury, revealed that the organisation had been providing continued support to more than 200 poultry farmers through initiatives aimed at improving the livelihood...

Stopping the spread: Biosecurity measures to tackle Avian Influenza

Stopping the spread: Biosecurity measure…

The deadly bird flu, Avian Influenza has wrecked havoc in poultry farms across the world. Botswana is one of the many countries that have been majorly affected by the outbreak

Nigeria leads egg production and stands second in chicken production in Africa

Nigeria leads egg production and stands …

During a two-day training and empowerment of select poultry farmers, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Earnest Umakhihe announced that Nigeria had continued to lead egg production...

Prev Next

OTHER RELATED ARTICLES - Poultry

BRAC Liberia continues to support poultry farmers

BRAC Liberia continues to support poultr…

The country director of BRAC Liberia, Rosy Choudhury, revealed that the organisation had been providing continued support to more than 200 poultry farmers through initiatives aimed at improving the livelihood...

Goldenlay Agri Limited to build poultry processing unit in Zambia

Goldenlay Agri Limited to build poultry …

Zambian company Goldenlay Agri Limited is planning to build a poultry processing plant in Luanshya for US$560,000

Farm Support Services holds seminar series for Nigerian farmers

Farm Support Services holds seminar seri…

Farm Support Services Ltd, which produces animal nutrition and medicaments, said it recently held a series of seminars to help farmers in South West Nigeria

Synergistically improving energy efficiency in poultry production

Synergistically improving energy efficie…

The rise of antimicrobial resistance, together with increasing global pressure to reduce or remove antibiotics from the food chain, is driving fundamental change within the animal production industry

Vaccination, a vexed issue for small poultry farmers

Vaccination, a vexed issue for small pou…

Vaccination is an essential part of commercial poultry production but continues to remain accessible only by big farmers due to the high cost of vaccines and limited availability

Meyn launches Vent Cutter 240 for high-speed drilling

Meyn launches Vent Cutter 240 for high-s…

Meyn, the global manufacturer and distributor of equipment and systems for poultry processing industry, has launched Vent Cutter 240 for minimum yield loss with an exact drilling position and simple adjustment for...

Petersime publishes embryo-response incubation brochure

Petersime publishes embryo-response incu…

Incubation equipment specialist, Petersime, recently published a scientific brochure on embryonic development

South Africa to resume import of US poultry by 2015-end

South Africa to resume import of US poul…

After disallowing import of US poultry, due to avian flu concerns, South Africa is set to resume importing chicken from the US

SA's Western Cape Minister says that we must be vigilant in the face of bird flu

SA's Western Cape Minister says that we …

The Democratic Alliance, Western Cape Provincial Parliament, SA, notes with concern the confirmation of a suspected case of the H5N8 bird flu virus in the Free State’s Villiers district just last week which...

WVPA success for young Nigerian veterinarian

WVPA success for young Nigerian veterina…

At the 4th Asia Meeting of the World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA), held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the WVPA/Zoetis Young Poultry Veterinarian Award for 2018 was presented to Dr Mary...

‘High-welfare results possible with any breed of broiler chicken’

‘High-welfare results possible with any …

Perdue Farms' senior vice-president of technical services and innovation Dr Bruce Stewart-Brown said that high-welfare outcomes are possible regardless of the breed of broiler chickens

Namibia mulls developing poultry sector standards

Namibia mulls developing poultry sector …

Namibia is planning to develop poultry industry standards to boost growth in the sector, an official said

Prev Next