April 30, 2019, by Teun van de BraakHendrix Genetics outperform the competition in the 40th North Carolina Layer Performance and Management Test
The North Carolina Layer Performance and Management Test is an annual, independent trial meant to assist the poultry industry in evaluating the performance of the top commercial layer products in v...
Sept. 11, 2018Hendrix Genetics Layers awarded AI Free Compartment status
All Hendrix Genetics Layers' breeding complexes, GPS farms, rearing farms, and hatcheries in the Netherlands have been awarded AI Free compartment status by the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Auth...
July 17, 2018, by Marco de AlmeidaConnection between bodyweight and future laying performance observed in Brazilian study
Hisex Brown birds were recently the subject of a study to show the correlation between bodyweight and performance.
June 27, 2018, by Paulien RuttenHow to feed layers for longer production cycles and high performance
When layers are kept in production for 100 weeks instead of 60 or 80 weeks, egg output and the associated export of nutrients is much higher. High performing birds need a perfect feeding strategy t...
May 3, 2018, by Frans van SambeekLaying hens unlock natural defences to ward off disease
A new genetic link to the immune system in laying hens has been discovered that could result in laying hens being born resistant to many diseases.
March 21, 2018, by Johan van ArendonkAn insight into the Genetics Applied to Livestock Production World Congress
In February of this year, the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production was held. Get to know the insights, trends and key outcomes of the event.
Oct. 17, 2017Animal welfare - our responsibility to the entire protein supply chain
Enhancing the welfare of our layers is not just important for today’s end consumers and for a more transparent food supply chain, we believe it is also the right thing to do. For this reason, we ha...