On May 22nd-24th for three days, Ceva Korea held a seminar for Altresyn with main topic "The Importance of Management Hyperprolific Sow and Batch". The seminar took place in Daegu and Daejeon for 3 times, and more than 300 specialists in swine industry – veterinarians and swine farm owners participated in the three days seminar.
Philippe Greau, the consultant from France, gave a presentation on the importance of managing hyperprolific sow and batch that could increase productivity, and explained that the start of batch management was the synchronization of gilts by using Altresyn.
High-profile consultants, veterinarians Koh Sang-eog and Yoon Yong-dae, each spoke as speakers to address the disease management of hyperprolific sows, explaining that the start of disease management of hyperprolific sows is the right management of gilts.
Finally, Swine Technical and Marketing Manager, Lee Yoon-hyung of Ceva Korea made a presentation about the economic impact of an empty farrowing crates and the importance of the planned breeding of gilts and sows, as well as on Altresyn - the tool for the intelligent pig flow.
With many of genetics in Korea being replaced by European genetics such as Nucleus or Danbred, the seminar for management of hyperprolific sows and gilts received a lot of positive feedback from participants. In particular, many of participants said the speakers' variety of field experiences were good for an actual application on the farm.
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