Evonik’s Porphyrio to make its IPPE debut

Evonik IPPEEvonik will present Porphyrio, the leading global software solution to improve and optimise poultry production, at IPPE in Atlanta from 28-30 January 2020

Visitors to Hall A - Booth A1325 will be able to a closer look at Evonik’s Precision Livestock Farming approach, including Porphyrio. This cloud-based software solution enables professional poultry producers worldwide – from breeders through to the processing plant – to enhance their production process by analyzing livestock data in poultry meat and egg production.

The Porphyrio solution enables poultry producers to better manage, predict and optimise their operations with the help of instantaneous big data, biostatistics and self-learning algorithms.

Dr Kristof Mertens, managing director at Evonik Porphyrio, said, “Our solution supports daily poultry production management and this from an animal-centric approach – we put the animal central in the process. This includes flock and welfare management, predictions on performance, health management in terms of vaccinations and treatments, and feedstock management, which can all be approached more precisely. And we link the complete production chain from GPS till processing.”

“As such, our customers can take better strategic decisions based on short-term and long-term predictions of the production process. We believe the best way to improve your future production is to predict it with Porphyrio.”

During the exhibition, Dr Mertens will discuss the important factors for success in digital optimisation of modern poultry production at the seminar ‘Programme Poultry Precision Farming’ which is taking place on 28 January.

The seminar will be led by Fabian Brockötter, chief editor at Poultry World, with further contributions from David Speller, CEO of OPTIfarm, and Maarten De Gussem, DVM, Global Poultry Consultant Vetworks.

Evonik will be showcasing its probiotics – the good bacteria in animal feed – including GutCare and Ecobiol, along with its analytical services such as AMINONIR, which can be used to predict crude protein, dry matter, essential and non-essential amino acids for all major feed ingredients.

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