On October 12-14, 2022 MISMA company held a seminar "Effective solutions in broiler feeding" in Omsk for specialists of the enterprises of the PRODO Group.
The Technical Department of MISMA prepared a meaningful program of speeches for the participants gathered from different regions. The topics of the reports touched upon important aspects for broiler poultry farms – the balance between a full-fledged diet and cost savings on feed, the dependence of the quality of the final product on the formula of feeding, the fight against diseases and general improvement of the herd, prevention of stress and neutralization of its consequences.
The speeches touched on the hot topics of the current moment. MISMA specialists have proposed solutions to replace feed antibiotics in broiler diets. Separately, they highlighted the problem of maintaining the qualitative composition of recipes with a shortage of feed ingredients and talked about schemes to increase the digestibility of feed.
A separate presentation was devoted to the project of localization of feed additives under the MISMA STM as part of the import substitution task. The participants learned about the stages of production of localized products ranging from recipe development to experiments, received recommendations on the use and implementation of feed additives developed taking into account the needs of domestic poultry farming in their complexes.
Within the framework of the meeting, the seminar participants visited the Luzinsky Feed Mill, walked through laboratories, production workshops, was acquainted with new technologies introduced in feed production.
The event was held in a warm and friendly atmosphere, it was rich and useful for all participants. During the breaks of working sessions and during informal dinners, colleagues had the opportunity to exchange experiences and discuss the information received. A pleasant end to the meeting was a collective visit to the KHL Avangard-Amur match, held at the new G-Drive Arena.
"The presentations presented by the representatives of MISMA are extremely timely in the current difficult times for poultry farming," the participants from the Siberian poultry farm noted in their feedback, "the abundance of questions on presentations, professional, scientifically based answers of the speakers indicate the relevance and importance of the topics presented for both sides."
We thank the PRODO Group, in particular the heads of the Luzinsky Feed Mill for the invitation, all the guests for their active participation, and express confidence in long-term and reliable further cooperation.