Live Embryo Detection – Where are we now?

Live Embryo Detection has been sparking a lot of interest in the applications and benefits that it can deliver to the hatchery. Already 25 hatcheries over 5 different continents have been adopting Live Embryo Detection since the introduction in 2014.

Totaling 1,330,570,000 Live Embryos being detected per year! Reaching out to these hatcheries to provide some comments on the technology, the overlapping message was that they saw an improvement in the biosecurity and cleanliness of the hatchery, while the chick quality was better, chick processing was easier, and in the longer term that the chicks were healthier.

More News

Vinovo: one of 100 most innovative companies in the Netherlands

Vinovo (a division of Viscon Group) has been selected as one of 100 most innovative companies in the Netherland in 2019!

Join us at VIV Asia

Between March 13-15 Viscon will be present at VIV Asia 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand. Our team of sales engineers will be present to promote our newest products.

We would like to invite you personally to visit us during the show at booth H101.2762. Access is free after registration.

VIV Asia: Vinovo & MSD Animal Health

Vinovo collaborates with MSD Animal Health for Enhanced Poultry Health. This collaboration brings together MSD’s broad vaccine portfolio with in ovo technology from Vinovo to provide a new standard in safe and effective in ovo vaccination.

TREGG™: Real-time monitoring & analysis

TREGG™ Hatchery Software has been specially designed to offer greater overall performance, improved operational and long term planning and a stronger oversight across the production floor.

Kyowa machinery: new distributor for the Japanese market

Viscon and Kyowa Machinery have signed an exclusive agreement for the distribution of hatchery automation products in the Japanese market.

Sun Daily to build super-size layer hatchery in China

Viscon is strengthening its relationship further in the Chinese market with Sun Daily Farms (Lohmann distributor), installing what is being called ‘a super-size hatchery’ in the Guizhou province of China.