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Arden – Making an EPIC Journey


 

Once again, Arden Wood Shavings is pleased to be a Gold Sponsor of the EPIC Conference 2019 which returns to Celtic Manor Resort on 3rd and 4th November 2019. We will also be exhibiting in the trade stand area promoting our Safemix poultry bedding and the benefits it, along with our trusted supply service, is bringing to the industry.

This year’s conference theme focuses on ““Delivering Progress through Innovation and Efficiency – The Appliance of Science!”  With a packed programme of speakers and presentations from eminent names in the British poultry industry, it certainly promises to be an interesting event, at which delegates can glean the latest updates and insights.

EPIC Conference, now in its 53rd year, is a firm favourite in the poultry industry calendar. Such a celebrated event also makes it the perfect platform for the announcement of Poultry Person of the Year, Young Poultry Person of the Year and Young Poultry Person Initiative. We firmly believe that this is an important initiative that supports the future talent and success within our industry.

If you are registered to attend EPIC, it is the ideal opportunity to meet the Arden team and learn all about our latest news and developments, and we will be pleased to discuss how we can support your winter bedding requirements and beyond.

Find out how we are applying our own scientific research to produce Safemix poultry bedding – a formulation of high-quality wood shavings and clean Grade A woodchip providing maximum comfort and bio security for birds, as well as excellent litter performance.

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