Phileo by Lesaffre launches new fertility campaign 

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Last June, the Ruminant team has broadcasted an external webinar with Dairy Global, marking the beginning of a new fertility campaign. Gathering approximately 600 people worldwide, Valentin Nenov, Global Ruminant Manager, took part in this webinar as a highly qualified Phileo expert to talk about fertility management in dairy cows.


This new fertiliy campaign unveils the positive effects of yeast probiotics on fertility and the reason why it is important to focus on optimizing reproduction and animal welfare, whilst improving milk quality. Fertility management is crucial in dairy herds, which is why Phileo is exploring the best solutions for farmers.


We encourage you to discover our latest white book available on the Hive How fertility through nutrition can improve herd performance beyond milk production? You may also download this white book from our new website on the fertility page in dairy. Designed as a call to action, we kindly advise you to share this page with your networks in order to give a high visibility to this newly created content 🔍 Congratulations to Mohamed for his dedication on this project !


Many more articles will be published in the continuity of the campaign’s launch. We also want to stress that an internal webinar hosted by Maxime Briche, Europe & CIS Ruminants Manager, Mohamed Mammeri, Global Product Manager, and Valentin Nenov has been recorded and is now available on the Hive. We hope that you will find the time to consult this rich content and share your input. Should you have any question about the campaign, please reach out to the ruminant team.


Feel free to read Valentin Nenov’s interview wih Feed Info by clicking here ⬅️


Congratulations to the Ruminant team for its dedicated work, we wish you every success in the launch of this new campaign! 🚀

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