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 Tyson Foods’ breeder complex at Wilkesboro, North Carolina, is the winner of the top US Cobb500 performance in 2016 for total egg production/hen housed.
The expansion of Cobb activities to serve the Asian region was the focus of interest for the company at the VIV Asia exhibition in Bangkok, Thailand, where its booth attracted thousands of customers from all over the continent.
Cobb-Vantress, Inc. announced the launch of a new website dedicated to animal welfare, highlighting the company’s commitment to the care of chickens through its many educational programs, flock management and poultry health initiatives.
Cobb Russia has supplied Cobb genetics for the first time into the Republic of Tajikistan.
Cobb senior leaders visited Charoen Pokphand in Indonesia, Thailand and China to introduce the company’s latest research and development to the CP Group.
The Cobb technical team in Russia spent three days with one of Europe’s leading hatching egg suppliers, Wimex, and its subsidiary Cobb Germany to exchange information on managing parent stock.
Alvaro Burin, who has 25 years’ experience in the poultry industry, has been appointed production director for Cobb-Vantress in Brazil.
The increasing strength of Cobb in the Asia-Pacific region was highlighted by general manager Pelayo Casanovas at the biennial gathering of team members at the Plantation Bay resort of Cebu in the Philippines.
After 12 months of celebrations of the first 100 years of Cobb, the company is now looking ahead to increasing investment to grow in markets across the world.
The Eurotier Show at Hannover in Germany provided an ideal opportunity for Cobb Europe distributors, customers and friends to share in celebrating the 100 years of Cobb-Vantress, Inc. as the anniversary year comes to a close.
With winter approaching Cobb Turkey organized two seminars for contract producers of its customers – Banvit and Gedik Piliç.
The first eight students to take part in the Al Watania Institute of Technology (WIT) training programme have returned to Saudi Arabia after completing periods with Cobb-Vantress to gain first-hand experience in the USA, UK and Holland.
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