May 10, 2024


Agreement signed at conference in Jordan aims to improve livestock production in Middle East



During the 11th Asia Pacific Cooperative Minister's Conference in Jordan, Biogénesis Bagó and the Arab Centre for the Studies of Arid Zones and Dry Lands (ACSAD) signed an agreement to improve livestock productivity and strengthen their immunity to infectious diseases in the Middle East.


The agreement was signed by Dr. Nasr Al-Din Obaid, director general of ACSAD and Esteban Turic, chief executive officer of Biogenesis Bagé.


During the event, Minister of Agriculture of Jordan Khaled Hanifat and Minister of Agriculture of Lebanon Abbas Al-Haj Hassan, as well as Daniel Helou, Biogénesis Bagó's regional director for MENA and Central Asia, were also present.


The agreement is key in promoting joint efforts that allow authorities in the Middle East to make available scientific and quality solutions to improve the productive and reproductive indexes of their countries.


"We are proud to be able to collaborate with ACSAD in addressing the challenges faced by producers in arid zones and desert lands," said Turic. "Fortunately, we have a product portfolio and international experience that allow us to work together to bring value to the region."


Biogénesis Bagó is a global biotechnology company that develops, produces and markets products contributing to the prevention of zoonotic diseases and food production safety.

- PRNewswire

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