There’s always a lot going on and we want to make sure you can easily keep up to date. Here you’ll find the latest information on what’s going on at Cobb as well as in our industry.
The Janzen family in Germany is the first winner of the 2016 Cobb Champion Awards, introduced last year to recognise annual world-class performance at breeder, broiler and hatchery level in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Almost 50 delegates from 24 customers in 10 countries took part in the Cobb Middle East Broiler Seminar held in Cape Town, South Africa.
Thirty five delegates attended a three-day Cobb broiler, breeder, hatchery and veterinary seminar at Lusaka, Zambia, hosted by African Poultry Development, the group name of Hybrid Poultry of Zambia, Kenchic of Kenya and Tanbreed of Tanzania.
Eight outside visits, hands-on training sessions and 30 speakers featured in the Cobb World Technical School for 50 participants from 24 countries.
Nearly 120 representatives from 79 companies across South America took part in the first management technical school held by Cobb-Vantress, Inc. for this region.
More than 50 owners and senior managers of major poultry companies in the Western Balkans region took part in the second Cobb Poultry Business Forum organized by Cobb Germany, a distributor of Cobb-Vantress, Inc., and its local representative Iradia at the Crowne Plaza Belgrade.
The 50-year association between Itochu and Cobb-Vantress, Inc. in Japan was celebrated at Kaoden, Kikyo-no-ma of Matsusaka City, when a specially engraved globe was presented to Cobb Japan, a joint venture between the two companies.
The owners of the Cobb parent stock hatchery in Hungary — the Kari family — have joined the Cobb Germany sales and marketing team in the country to further enhance sales of the Cobb500 broiler breeder parent stock.
More than 40 trainees took part in the first scientific workshop organized jointly by the Al Watania Poultry Institute of Technology (WIT) and Cobb-Vantress for the Saudi poultry industry.
Cobb-Vantress, Inc. has received approval from the Overseas Investment Office to proceed with the purchase of land in New Zealand to develop a facility to produce grandparent broiler breeding stock primarily for the Asia-Pacific region.
More than 40 customers attended Cobb’s Asia Pacific Technical Seminar, which took place in Sydney at Australia’s iconic Intercontinental Hotel.
The new broiler breeder product, the Cobb MV male, has been introduced to the Brazilian poultry industry at a series of workshops across the country.
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