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March 26, 2019

 

ICC Brazil confirms presence at Southern Brazilian Poultry Symposium

 

 

 

ICC Brazil will be exhibiting at the 20th Southern Brazilian Poultry Symposium (SBSA), one of the most important technical symposiums on poultry farming in Latin America, the company announced.

 

The event, which takes place on April 2-4 in Chapecó (Santa Catarina), Brazil, brings together professionals from Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Mexico and Bolivia.

 

According to ICC Brazil's national sales manager Ricardo Barbalho, the company has participated in the symposium since its third edition.

 

"ICC Brazil couldn't miss an event like SBSA. Chapecó is one of the largest producers of animal protein in Brazil. We are very happy to participate in another edition of this important symposium," said Barbalho, highlighting that in its 17 years of participation, ICC Brazil has consolidated its product brands, networked and trained its technical team during the event.

 

At its booth, ICC Brazil will present ImmunoWall®, a product composed of a high quantity of ß-glucans and MOS, which ensures that animals maintain balance in their intestinal microbiota and improve their immune system responses, resulting in the reduction of contamination by pathogens. As a result, there is considerable improvement in the well-being of the animals, as well as in their performance.

 

In addition, studies have demonstrated that supplementing ImmunoWall®in animal feed reduces salmonella enteritidis contamination by 90% in egg-laying poultry and, consequently, in their eggs as well.

 

ICC Brazil has performed more than 200 in-vitro studies and has 56 studies on different species that demonstrate the efficiency of ImmunoWall®.

 

Another product that will be at the booth is Liposorb®, an emulsifier that helps the animals in digesting lipids (fats) in their feed and also helps the machinery in producing said feed, optimising the efficiency of the plant and producing pellets that are more uniform and of greater quality.

 

Besides Barbalho, William Brodbeck, manager for Brazil's northern and northeastern regions, Alexandre Silva, commercial manager for the southern region, and Liliana Borges, R&D analyst and researcher, will also be present at the symposium.

 

- ICC Brazil

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