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February 18, 2020

 

Hamlet Protein targeting poultry and swine in the US

 
 

Hamlet Protein staff met with industry professionals and academics at the Iowa Pork Conference in Des Moines and IPPE in Atlanta to address swine and poultry markets in the United States.

 


Supported by key note speakers at the associated technical seminars Hamlet Protein successfully shared the latest technical insights on how its portfolio addresses nutrition and health challenges.

 

Iowa is the leading State for hog production in the USA. Des Moines (Iowa) was home to the annual Iowa Pork Conference, which is one of the largest swine industry events in North America. Hamlet's technical and commercial team was present with a booth at the well-attended event.

 

Grady Fain, Hamlet Proteinregional director NCA said Hamlet Protein is an established brand in leading swine markets across the world. The company has invested in its production capacity in Findlay (Ohio) in recent years and in its local team as well to service American swine farmers. Fain added that Hamlet offers unique protein solutions for piglet diets that efficiently increase productivity through better health status and trouble-free weaning.

 

The annual International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta, Georgia is one of the largest global events focused on poultry and the feed industry that brought together more than 1,300 exhibitors and 32,000 visitors from around the world. International experts and senior management joined the local USA team at key account meetings and technical presentations.

 

Dr. Josh Steed, Hamlet Protein's poultry nutritionist presented at the International Poultry Scientific Forum (IPSF) on the topic "A comparative analysis of an enzymatically processed soy protein and non-SBM protein sources on broiler live performance and economic benefit under NAE conditions." The main conclusion of his analysis was that an enzymatically processed soy protein (HP Avistart) can provide a good ROI for replacing other non-soybean meal protein sources under NAE (No Antibiotics Ever) conditions.

 

Erik Visser, Hamlet Protein CEO, indicated that Hamlet Protein has a strong track record in piglet and calf nutrition. He said in recent years, Hamlet Proteinhas invested strongly in product development to bring its solutions to the poultry market as well. The company's research data and outcome of trial work gives it confidence to introduce the HP Avistartsolution to poultry producers. Applying HP Avistart in starter diets generates a positive impact in the total production cycle and fits in an AGP-free approach.

 

Find out more www.hamletprotein.com.

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