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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

30/03/2016: Jefo seminar in Thailand – 'Life, made easier'

Jefo launched its Thai office on March 28, 2016 at a hotel in Thailand with a new corporate slogan: 'Life, made easier' - for producers, veterinarians, feed manufacturers and consumers.
 
A seminar on 'Innovative Solutions and New Approaches To Solve Animal Health Concerns' was organised. More than 55 individuals from Thailand as well as from Bangladesh, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam attended the event.
   

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Mr Didier Arnaud, Sales Director, Asia mentioned that the urge to stay closer to partners and bringing quality service at their doorsteps are major motivations to open the office. The office will serve as a hub to offer timely service to the South and South-east Asian region.

Mr Jean-Cristophe Bodin, Innovation & Development Director of Jefo, discussed transformation to the solutions based approach from products. With its diversified range of products from protease to acidifiers to amino acids to toxic binders, Jefo can now provide solutions for a wide range of issues that the industry is facing.
   
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Dr Jowmann Khajarern, a professor from Khon Kaen University discussed 'Feed formulation and management strategies in poultry and swine under tropical conditions.' She emphasised better genetics, better quality feed, efficient environmental and feed management are key for maintaining healthy and happy animals. Additives such as acidifiers and enzymes are important to combat many problems the industry is facing today.

Dr Kabir Chowdhury, Global Technical Manager of Aquaculture discussed the Jefo solution targeting protein optimisation and feed cost reduction available for the industry. He emphasised that cost of proteins is the major cost to produce animal and animal feed. He added that optimisation of protein using protease enzymes not only reduces the cost of feed and animal production but also helps in nitrogenous waste reduction.
    
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Following Dr Chowdhury, Dr Manathaya Taelibhong, an MSc student from Kasert University discussed the results from her trial with protease in broilers.

Dr Glenmer Tactacan, Technical Specialist, Jefo and Mr Jean Christophe Bodin also discussed solutions and strategies for antibiotic free production and AGP reduction in poultry and swine production. Controlling salmonella and E. coli is a huge challenge for the industry and Jefo can provide cost-effective and timely solutions with its range of organic acid and essential oil products developed based on its own micro-matrix technology.
     
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Dr Supornchai Sri-Nhonghang, General Manager of Jefo-Thai welcomed the participants at the beginning and conducted the full seminar. He mentioned that this is a new beginning and a unique way to serve our partners in the region.

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