Congratulations to the Faccenda award winners

January 16th, 2017

Congratulations to two Faccenda colleagues who won at the prestigious British Poultry Council Awards, which recognise the achievements of those within the poultry industry.  Our Technical Director, David Keeble was presented with a Distinguished Service award, while Farm Manager Sean Harrison was named the BPC/Zoetis Trainee of the Year.

David has been instrumental in both our work to combat Campylobacter and also at an industry level supporting, the BPC and the Acting on Campylobacter Together (ACT) Board.  In addition to this, Sean also won Poultec’s Excellence Award earlier this year.

Both are terrific achievements and recognise their hard work and contribution to the industry.

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