The Cobb product guides cover a variety of topics such as breeder and broiler management, brooding fundamentals hatchery management, vaccinations, and quality assurance.
Cobb-Vantress is committed to building a future that achieves economic growth and that preserves our environment.
Throughout the years, Cobb has been committed to helping others in their community, their country, and the world.
Helping to build a sustainable future for the world’s broiler industry requires making
genetic improvements in chickens related to broiler breeder production, efficiency of
broiler growth, the environment and, very importantly, poultry health and wellbeing.
Half the children in Rwanda are chronically malnourished and at least 22 percent of the country’s households are considered food insecure. A project to improve protein consumption for many Rwandans, especially for children whose early development is directly affected by their diets, is now producing about 2,200 eggs per day.
Cobb is committed to respecting and treating our chickens in a proper humane manner. This is our responsibility and our motivation that serves as a foundation for our training programs, our husbandry methods and the breed selection for the future.
The success of a company depends on many factors, but key features include a strong focus on customer service and providing broiler breeder products that meets the expectations of each customer.
Caring for chickens is a 365 day per year job and passion for employees and farmers at Cobb! All employees and family farmers responsible for Cobb chickens recognize that we have an ethical requirement for the daily care, health and well-being of our chickens.
Optimal bird health is a critical component of the welfare of all of the chickens at Cobb farms and hatcheries. We strive to produce chickens that are robust, healthy and disease-free.
Cobb-Vantress, Inc. is committed to the welfare and proper handling of all the birds which we care for directly, and those which we produce and sell to the broiler breeder industry worldwide. We pledge to diligently pursue new and improved genetics, technology, and husbandry practices that will result in enhancing animal well-being and improving bird health.
For the past few years, Cobb has participated in the annual Illinois River Cleanup – organized by the Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission. Over 220 volunteers participated in the event.
Five hundred guests from Europe and the United States celebrated the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Mach Drubez Company in Litomysl, Czech Republic.
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