Kemin Industries organized a one-day workshop in Dhaka

BANGLADESH, DHAKA, July 6th, 2019:While the usage of AGPs (Antibiotic Growth Promoters) are restricted in the country, increasing awareness of the consumers towards safe, quality and affordable protein for consumption are imposing more and more pressure on the feed and poultry producers. The efficient gut health management and economical poultry and egg production are becoming the prime criteria for the nation. To overcome these challenges Kemin organized a one- day workshop on Holistic Approach for Gut Health Solution.

Being one among the top corporates of poultry feed industry of Bangladesh, Dr. Chris Nelson, President and CEO, Kemin Industries had excitingly shared the new vision and logo for striving to sustainably transform the quality of life every day for 80 percent of the world with its products and services. Dr. Chris emphasized on Kemin’s focus to continue customer services, adding value to customers’ business and on a larger perspective towards the vision.

Further discussion was on the gut health scenario in South Asia and approaches for and efficient management shared by Dr. S. Saravanan; General Manager- Technical Services.

Dr. Chandrasekar S, Marketing Manager introduced the “Triple Check” approach, from feed to farm emphasizing on strengthening the gut health of animals using our unique solutions – CLOSTAT, AcidLAC Supreme, ButiPEARL& Aleta.

Usage of second-generation probiotics (CLOSTAT™) along with acidifiers in combination with phytobiotics (AcidLAC Supreme), cutting-edge immunomodulators from algal sources (Aleta™) and in combination with sustained release energy source for gut integrity (ButiPEARL™) would provide enhanced gut functions and animal performance, Chandrasekar added. He also emphasized on the novel findings of the solutions and ideal criteria to choose efficient gut health additives.

Mr. Sushanta Dey, Director-Sales, South Asia inaugurated the workshop with his warm welcome note to the poultry producers of Bangladesh and the program ended with the valedictory note of Dr. Azimul Haque, Country Manager, Bangladesh. An interactive networking evening was proved evident in exchanging the thoughts among the participants, industry leaders and experts on gut health solutions.