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on April 3, 2017

ABN introducing poultry performance solutions

The company's new Technical Services Team will provide both on-farm technical advice and data analysis expertise

ABN is demonstrating its continued commitment to improving customer performance through the creation of a new Technical Services Team.

The group will provide both on-farm technical advice and data analysis expertise, and it will be headed by Lucy Tovey, Technical Performance Manager, who has over 12 years’ experience in the poultry industry.

“The expansion of our poultry team means ABN has the knowledge and experience to offer total farm performance solutions, using insight from data analysis alongside farm management advice,” says Tovey. “Incremental improvements can make a big difference to a producer’s bottom line.”

She explains that with two new members joining the team, ABN is now in a strong position to offer more than just nutritional guidance, supporting producers to identify new ways of improving bird performance.

“Kieron Daniels has joined the team from a large broiler integrator. In his new role, Poultry Performance Specialist, Kieron offers a hands-on farm approach to improving overall bird performance and welfare. His background in poultry farm management means he really understands the day-to-day running of a unit and can provide practical and realistic solutions.”

Tom Glen has progressed through the ABN Commercial Nutrition Graduate Scheme and now joins the team as Poultry Performance Analyst.

“We understand the importance of data and being able to benchmark and show progressive improvements on a crop by crop basis,” says Tovey.

“Having Tom in the team means we can analyze farm performance data and provide expert, practical advice on how customers can improve their business performance.

“The creation of the Technical Services Team is an exciting development that means ABN can really help poultry producers to unlock their potential.”

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