POULTRY
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International Hatchery Practice, Volume 33, No.1

SUCCESSFUL INTRODUCTION OF IMPROVED DAY-OLD CHICK TRANSPORT IN ASIA

The transportation of day-old chicks can make or break an organization’s production chain’s quality output. Midland Breeders Ltd, from Sri Lanka, noticed the importance of this in their production of broiler meat. By introducing Heering day-old chick trucks to their farming routine, they gained value in quality and a reduction in losses.

Asia’s tropical climate is one of the biggest challenges when it comes to poultry transport. Mohammad Imtiaz, the founder of Midland Breeders Ltd, recognized that issue and solved the problem by introducing Heering’s technologies to his business. Since then, he has noticed that the body weight of his flock has improved by 11%, and first-week mortality has been reduced by 50%.

Learn more about how Midland Breeders Ltd reached these new standards by choosing Heering’s patented and award-winning V-series and HeeringLink climate monitoring to achieve the optimal transport climate, how they maximized capacity with Heering’s optimized trolleys and chick boxes, and improved driver’s confidence through professional training in Volume 33.1 of International Hatchery Practice.