Verbeek at VIV Utrecht 2014

Publicatiedatum: 27 March 2014

On 20, 21, 22 May VIV Europe will be held in Utrecht, Holland. The VIV is the international, innovative and inspiring Agri exhibition of the year! We will be represented at the VIV. Will you be there too?

Verbeek Hatchery Holland supplies the NOVOgen Brown and NOVOgen White to their customers.
At Verbeek’s innovative hatchery we have the flexibility to deliver not only small or midsize flocks, but also very large flocks of one-day-old chicks according to the customer’s specifications. By scaling up egg laying farms, quantities such as these are necessary to be able to deliver an uniform flock of the same age at any time. Flocks up to 200.000 chicks per day can be prepared for transport and rearing, according to the customer wishes (beak trimming and inoculation).

Are you interested in pullets, day old layer chicks of hatching eggs? We will be pleased to tell you our delivery terms. Or are you interested in the latest developments of the Novogen hen? We will be eager to discuss the best hen and strategy with you.

We cordially invite you at our stand A.065, Hall 11 in the Jaarbeurs Exhibition Centre (Jaarbeursplein 6, 3521 AL Utrecht). Just visit the VIV website and complete your registration, it’s for free:
https://www.databadge.net/vive2014/reg/?link=1f7e314ff172864d2deb

We can help you with an invitation letter to obtain a visa as well, if you like.

We are looking forward to meeting you at the VIV!

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