The new facility was built to the standards of an industrial poultry site with high technical specifications and a high degree of automation. It has the capacity to rear 23,000 broilers that will be slaughtered at 42-45 days. The partnership with Super Frango means that the facility does not need to worry about sourcing inputs or the sale of birds, and numerous batches can be reared each year.
According to the veterinary school’s director, Marcos Café, the new school will offer important advances in research and teaching. It will offer students practical experience, allowing them to follow every stage of broiler production, and is the most up-to-date educational facility of its kind in the country.