BioSpring extends cooperation with US agricultural leaders


BioSpring on July 8, 2016 convened a meeting with a group of agricultural leaders from Missouri Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow or ALOT at the former’s headquarter in Hanoi.

The group of 25 high-profile individuals from various fields of research, animal nutrition, veterinary medicine and plantation who have a passion to promote agriculture of the U.S and beyond.  They attended a round-table meeting with BioSpring’s management board chaired by Chief Executive Huynh Minh Viet. BioSpring’s CEO presented with the visitors about current situation of Vietnam’s animal feed industry in the context of antibiotic reduction and efficient alternatives, of which heat-resistant probiotics spore is considered a significant solution. Many members of the group in return shared about the U.S agricultural and husbandry trends.

In addition to speaking highly of BioSpring’s dynamic growth and remarkable achievements, Bob Perry – Co-Founder and General Director of Perry Agricultural Laboratory Inc thought that probiotics would play a key role in growing Vietnam’s livestock in the future.

Howard Thomas – President of ALOT Foundation believed the visit to BioSpring offered the group new insights into the husbandry sector of such a tropical country thus expanding new areas of research and cooperation.

 The visit was wrapped up with a tour around the company’s probiotics laboratory and production site.

Established since 1983, ALOT is a two-year leadership training program for rural leaders and agricultural producers who thrive to make a global impact in agriculture and agribusiness.