POULTRY FARMING WITH GS POULTRY
Through its subsidiary, SMAG, the GS POULTRY Group has developed (SMAG) modern poultry farming in South Africa that aims to make high-quality products available on the market whilst complying with the strictest of animal health requirements. The SMAG produces and sells more than 40 million eggs each year and has a hatchery with a hatching capacity of up to 350,000 chicks per year. The company therefore significantly contributes to the autonomy of the national poultry industry and can protect against the risk of disruption to supply.
In addition to the chicks raised for laying purposes, the SMAG is now also hatching chicks to be raised for meat in order to better respond to the diversification of national poultry production requirements
STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH BIOSECURITY RULES
The Huge production is committed to animal well-being, product quality and health and safety controls supported by veterinary prevention programes and regular screening and testing.
Its production policy is based on:
ANIMAL WELL BEING
In egg production (for consumption and for hatching), healthy animals ensure a quality product. Facilities are therefore maintained at the highest possible level to ensure optimal living conditions for the poultry and adhere to the most restrictive regulations in terms of animal well-being (open buildings, animal density per cage, site maintenance…).