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Aviagen Appoints Bill Stanley as Veterinary Health Director

by 5m Editor
24 October 2005, at 12:00am

EU - Aviagen, the world's leading poultry breeding company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Stanley as Veterinary Health Director for Aviagen within Europe.

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Based at Aviagen's European headquarters in Scotland, Bill is a valuable addition to the management team. His main responsibility will be the provision of veterinary support to customers and distributors across Europe and the Middle East. He will work closely with the technical support teams to ensure that health, welfare practices, and technical support procedures are consistent with Aviagen's high standards, and will have overall responsibility for health and biosecurity of Aviagen's production across Europe.

Bill has been with Aviagen for five years. Prior to accepting his new position, he was the Director of Quality Assurance based at Aviagen's North American headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama. During this time, his responsibilities included the provision of veterinary support to customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico as well as the implementation of veterinary procedures within Aviagen's production facilities.

Bill commented: "I am looking forward to working with the many technical experts and specialists in Europe and the Middle East and to building on the experience I gained in North America to ensure the highest quality standards of the Aviagen product range."

Bill's appointment reflects Aviagen's commitment to health and biosecurity as well as veterinary customer support. As the industry leader, Aviagen takes its responsibility in the food chain seriously and understands that keeping pathogens out of the food chain begins with the primary breeder. The company therefore operates strict health and biosecurity protocols and monitoring programmes, ensuring the highest health standards of all Aviagen products.

Source: Aviagen - 20th October 2005

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