Aviagen Incubation Specialist Aline Kunze will talk on ways to maintain optimal hatching levels and good chick quality
CAMPINAS, Brazil – On May 19, poultry genetics company Aviagen® will welcome customers to a webinar designed to help them achieve the best results during the egg incubation period. Aviagen Incubation Specialist Aline Kuntze will engage with them on ways to maintain optimal hatching levels and good chick quality. This webinar marks the seventh in a special series for Latin America, and will explore optimal practices to manage the hatchery and strengthen good results.
"Aviagen is committed to the success of our customers throughout Latin America, and key to this success is to grow chickens with strong livability, high meat yield, a healthy daily weight gain and good feed conversion. To achieve these extraordinary results, producers must take special care of the bird at all stages, beginning with the developing embryo during incubation,” explained Kuntze.
She went on to say that the incubation goal is to transform fertile eggs into “very high-quality chicks that will turn into high-performance chickens with excellent health and welfare.”
About Aline Kuntze
As Incubation Specialist for Aviagen, Kuntze is responsible for incubation testing in the United States, while also supporting customers in North and South America. Joining Aviagen Latin America as Technical Services Manager in 2013, her experience with incubation and customer service dates back to 2006 through various roles with Aurora Alimentos and Merck Animal Health. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Paraná State University in Brazil and a Master of Business Administration in Industrial Poultry Science from SPEI University.
How to register for the webinar
This year, webinars continue to be held every Wednesday in Spanish. Customers interested in participating may register at https://aviagen.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_S-aSjct-Q3KALoLvGYxRQw.
Registration is limited and will be closed 60 minutes before the start of the session. Meetings will take place at the following times:
- 4:00 p.m. in Argentina and Uruguay;
- 3:00 p.m in Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Dominican Republic and Venezuela;
- 2:00 p.m. in Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama and Peru;
- 1:00 p.m in other Central American countries.
For information on upcoming webinars, customers should contact Francinea Golucci at firstname.lastname@example.org.