H&N International welcomed 31 participants from more than 20 countries to take advantage of a very interesting and updated technical training program conducted by qualified H&N personnel, and also by one outside guest speaker, Thomas Calil, PasReform. The event, held December 9-13 in Bremen, Germany, offered the latest available knowledge on the layer business.

During the weeklong event, important subjects such as biosecurity, the latest management techniques for improving flock performance results, nutrition, ventilation, world egg market situation and hatchery best practice among others were discussed.  In summary, all the latest information on the layer business was shared so those attending could upgrade their knowledge.  They were able  to their companies in a position to put into practice what they learned during the H&N School, thus delivering  a very good return on the investment to attend the school.   

 The group also had an opportunity to visit the new  state of the art hatchery of Agromix Broederij en Opfokintegratie in the Netherlands.   While in the Netherlands, the group also had the opportunity to visit  Kwetters, one of the largest egg grading and packing companies in the European Union.


"We have had very nice and pleasant moments with our customers during our technical school, and it was good to see the knowledge and cultural exchanges they could have, while talking to each other all during the week. They went back with a huge amount of valuable information, which make us, H&N International, proud of the results achieved during the week with them", stated Eduardo de Souza Pinto, managing director of H&N International.

H&N International has been working worldwide since 1945 to produce layers with excellent genetic potential in order to deliver to the market the most profitable layer available. This effort is supplemented by marketing activities and world class technical support, which is both timely and meaningful to H&N customers.