There’s always a lot going on and we want to make sure you can easily keep up to date. Here you’ll find the latest information on what’s going on at Cobb as well as in our industry.
At the recent 2019 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) held in Atlanta, Cobb-Vantress experts discussed the company’s commitment to serving as a leader in technology and continuing investment in driving the poultry industry forward.
After two years of preparation and construction, Cobb celebrated the opening of its New Zealand pure-line facility on January 31, 2019.
Cobb announced two new hires, including a grandparent and broiler specialist, to the Cobb Europe, Middle East and Africa technical team.
Cobb Europe announced today that its newly opened laboratory facility in Norfolk, England, has been accredited with the latest ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard, making it one of the first laboratories in the United Kingdom to receive this recognition.
As a celebration of exceptional performance and dedication to poultry breeding, Cobb-Vantress recently presented its annual Flock Awards to North American poultry customers who demonstrated remarkable results in 2018.
Cobb-Vantress announced new roles for several key executives around the world last week. Roy Mutimer, Pelayo Casanovas and Fred Kao will take on new responsibilities to position the company to better meet growing global demand for Cobb products.
Cobb-Vantress released new management guides and product supplements as part of the company’s enhancements to its Cobb Academy program.
Cobb-Vantress, a global poultry research and technology company headquartered in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, recently donated $25,000 to Genesis House, a local organization helping to break the cycle of homelessness.
More than 130 participants representing 80 percent of the Russian poultry industry took part in the Cobb Russia Annual Technical Seminar at the Yakhont Hotel in the Moscow region in October.
In the Bosnian city of Doboj, Cobb Germany organized its annual hatchery and breeder workshop for the Balkan region in October.
Five years after its first chicks hatched, Cobb Turkey has announced plans to invest more than €2 million ($2.353 million) to create a grandparent stock operation in the country.
Late last month, the Cobb Asia-Pacific team gathered in Cebu, Philippines, to reflect on the region’s 2018 achievements and plan for the year ahead.
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