Photo caption: Ronald Tuente (second right) demonstrates how to apply the elongated straws most effectively for artificial insemination (AI) of gilts and sows. Looking on are (left to right) Kenute Harvey of Harveys Meat, pig farmer Gavin Maylor, Claude Wilson, Hi-Pro pig specialist, and senior Hi-Pro veterinarian, Dr Michael Motta.
...We are working with Hi-Pro, a subsidiary of the Jamaica Broilers Group, to identify farmers who are serious about building their capacity with best practices to increase goat and sheep production…
Hi-Pro stores islandwide will soon be providing farmers with a way to combat scarcity among some locally grown foods through the introduction of its PanDia seeds.
Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) has acquired a feed mill in Georgia for an undisclosed sum as part of its expansion thrust in the US. In an advisory to the Jamaica Stock Exchange, JBG said it is finalizing the asset purchase agreement with Crystal Farm Mills through its subsidiary Wincorp Properties, but has already taken over the day-to-day operations of the facility.
Efforts by some American chicken producers to establish a stronghold in the local market is not going down well with several Jamaicans.
JAMAICA - Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Audley Shaw says the ministry is targeting the implementation of several strategies intended to boost Jamaica’s livestock and dairy industries and enable the country to become more self-sufficient in these areas.
President and Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Broilers Group Christopher Levy stressed his company’s commitment to the annual staging of Denbigh and the development of the agriculture sector.
Agriculture Minister, Audley Shaw (right), is surprised with a birthday gift of a barbecue grill from the Jamaica Broilers Group. Pictured (l-R) are Christopher Levy, President and CEO of Jamaica Broilers Group; Norman Grant, JAS President; Conley Salmon, President, Jamaican Operations, Jamaica Broilers Group; and Robert Levy, Chairman of Jamaica Broilers Group. The presentation was made on Friday at the launch of Denbigh 2018 on the lawn of Hi-Pro, White Marl, St Catherine.
Audley Shaw (second left), minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries, looks at some of the Jamaican produce with Norman Grant (second right) president of the JAS; Christopher Levy (left), president and CEO of Jamaica Broilers Group and Joan Sharpe-Colley, marketing coordinator of Fersan Jamaica at the launch of Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show at Hi Pro in White Marl, St. Catherine yesterday.
Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw (centre) and Jamaica Agriculture Society president Norman Grant (right) inspect a pumpkin, while Jamaica Broilers Group president and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Levy looks on. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
The Jamaica Broilers Group — Jamaica’s largest poultry producer — has come out in support of the shift in focus by the Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Audley Shaw’s towards “moving from macro-economic stabilisation, to micro-economic mobilisation”.
In keeping with its commitment to bring cutting edge products to the local market, the Hi-Pro Division of the Jamaica Broilers Group has introduced the Diamond R Purkote Control Release Fertilizer in various blends.