Grand participation of Indian Herbs In 7th Kolkata International Poultry Fair 2019
Indian Herbs, the pioneer and market leader and No.1 Company in Herbal Animal Health Care Products Industry since 1951, showed strong presence in 7th Kolkata International Poultry Fair, 2019 at Eco Park, New Town, Kolkata from 19th to 21st February, 2019. It participated with its strong technical & marketing team which include their top officials, Mr.Balaram Bhattacharya, Executive Vice President (Mktg. & Sales), Dr.Shivi Maini, DGM (Technical) and senior marketing managers. The marketing & technical team gave a heartiest welcome to all guests at Indian Herbs stall. Their stall was very much impressive, decorative and attractive. Indian Herbs has been awarded 1st Prize for its stall.
The company’s portfolio includes herbal healthcare and nutritional products catering to wide range of animal species including poultry, ruminants, equine, swine, pets, aquatic and other animal species for more than six decades.
Indian Herbs is the first company to introduce the research oriented herbal products in important segments such as Choline (BioCholine), Vitamin C (Herbal C), Natural Vitamin C with Chromium (HeatBeat), Vitamin E (E-Sel Power), Methionine (HerboMethione Plus), Lysine (HerboLysin), AGP (Herbiotic FS), Respiratory Antiseptic (Animunin), Immune Potentiator (ImmuPlus), Metabolic Stimulant and Liver Tonic (LivoLiv-DS & LivoLiv 250), Coccidiosis (CocciBan), Natural Calcium (MagaCal), Antistress & Adaptogen (StressCheck), Renal Tonic (NephTone) etc. These products are brand leaders in their respective segments and are being used successfully by leading institutional customers in India as well as abroad with excellent results. The products are not only most economical and ecofriendly but also improve the quality of feed, productivity and profitability. These products are suitable to produce Antibiotic Free Chicken / Eggs.
Looking to the harmful after-effects of synthetic medicines, the veterinarians, consultants and farmers all over the world are now taking keen interest in the use of herbal feed supplements and health care products. Indian Herbs is dedicated to promote the use of natural products for the betterment of animal health and production performance.
Indian Herbs is successfully exporting its products to more than 50 counties across four continents including Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa. In many countries, these products are under active consideration for granting registration or authorization for marketing. Indian Herbs has received the certificate from Export Inspection Council of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India and it was the first Herbal Company to get this recognition.
The R&D Centre of Indian Herbs, which is approved by the Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India since 1986, is well equipped with the best available state of the art modern facilities for standardization and quality control of herbal products. The R&D Centre is consistently working hard on herbal ingredients to provide the industry with the best quality herbal alternatives of synthetic products.
It has been informed by Dr.Shivi Maini that scientific evaluation on its herbal products in comparison to synthetic products in India and abroad is a continuous process to ensure best quality and efficacy of the products. More than 200 scientists have been awarded Masters and Doctorate degrees for their research work which has resulted in publication of more than 1000 research papers in the eminent national and international scientific journals. Indian Herbs has the distinction of getting more than 22 Patents in USA, Europe, India etc. and many Patents are pending in USA and other countries for innovative research on herbs and herbal products.
It has also been informed that recently, Indian Herbs had collaboration with premier foreign and domestic research institutes and universities of high global ranking for in-depth research on its products. A research study on BioCholine based on transcriptomics and hepatic mRNA expression of key genes regulating intricate metabolic pathways in the liver was undertaken at University of Georgia, USA. Dr. Shivi Maini, DGM (Technical) gave detailed technical information to the guests on underlying mechanism of action of BioCholine to potentially regulate key allosteric effectors of glucose and lipid metabolism on basis of transcriptomics and to completely replace synthetic choline chloride in feed.
Indian Herbs is regularly making strong presence in Kolkata International Fair to aware the customers / consultants about the benefits of usage of its novel herbal concepts for better poultry production and profitability.
The stall of Indian Herbs attracted a large number of visitors. All the queries of the visitors were answered by the technical team of Indian Herbs to their best satisfaction.