post

2017 NERO Conference

AHPharma will be represented at the 2017 NERO (National Egg Regulatory Officials) Conference in San Antonio, Texas this February 26 – March 1, 2017 by Mike Barnas.  After working closely with USDA in 2016 to develop new LED Egg Candling technology, Mike is looking forward to meeting inspectors, graders, officials, and other colleagues from all across the USA.  If you’d like to schedule a meeting with Mike during his visit to the 2017 NERO conference, please contact him directly at barnas@ahpharma.com or 443.260.2499 x6

To learn more about NERO, including information about attending the 2017 conference, please visit their website at www.nerous.org

 

post

2017 IPPE

IPPE 4c Logo

AHPharma is gearing up for its annual trip to Atlanta for the International Production & Processing Expo.  Dr. James McNaughton & Mike Barnas will be representing AHPharma, and as always, look forward to the opportunity to network & learn more about innovative & emerging technologies.  If you’re interested in learning more about our products and services while attending IPPE, please contact us via email link below and we’ll be happy to schedule a meeting with you!

 

info@ahpharma.com

post

2016 NECAD at Penn State University

AHPharma representatives Dr. James McNaughton & Mike Barnas will be traveling to Penn State University next week for the 2016 Pennsylvania Sales & Service Conference & 88th Northeastern Conference on Avian Diseases.  The event includes numerous presentations by industry experts related to broiler, laying hen, and turkey management.  We specifically look forward to sessions related to cage-free laying hens as the industry is rapidly moving toward that style of production, and this topic directly relates to our recently released AviLighting LED Egg Candler.

For more information on the 2016 NECAD, please click here.

We hope to see you next week in Happy Valley!

post

Ribbon Cutting & Open House 9/16/2016

AHPharma, Inc. has moved office locations from downtown Salisbury to a 6.5 acre property with over 26,000 sqft. of space in Hebron Maryland.

AHPharma plans to occupy a fraction of this space in the main building for offices, manufacturing, assembly, feed mixing, and micro-biology; while renting space to tenants involved in similar business practices such as manufacturing, product development, agriculture, and other synergistic activities.

Space as large as 8500 sqft. with ~30′ ceilings is currently available – for more information, please contact info@ahpharma.com

Salisbury Wicomico Economic Development (SWED), led by Dave Ryan, plans to throw a Ribbon Cutting event on Friday, September 16, 2016, starting at 9AM at AHPharma’s new location – 27013 East Lillian Street, Hebron MD 21830.  Please join us for coffee & refreshments, a tour of our new facility, and an excellent networking opportunity!

ribboncutting

post

See you at IPPE!

Please join us at IPPE 2015

AHPharma Energy Systems, Inc. will have a booth at IPPE this year to display the AviLighting™ System. Please join us to learn more about this exciting technology!

When

TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 | 10am – 5pm
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28 | 9am – 5pm
THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 | 9am – 3pm

Where

Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta GA
Exhibit Hall C – Booth C9405

Who

AviLighting™
Marketed By: AHPharma Energy Systems, Inc.
Phone: 443.260.2499 | Fax: 443.260.2476
Sales@AviLighting.com | AviLighting.com


IPPE 2015
Tuesday January 27 – Thursday January 29, 2015
Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta GA
Exhibit Hall C – Booth C9405

Register for the November DPI Grower Committee Meeting

Sponsered by Dr. James McNaughton, President of AHPharma, Inc.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Da Nang Rooms
Wicomico Youth and Civic Center
500 Glen Avenue, Salisbury, Maryland
5:30 p.m. for Dinner

Memo To: Grower Committee
From: Mack McCary, Chairman
Subject: Grower Committee Meeting

The next Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc. (DPI) Grower Committee will be held as noted above, sponsored by Dr. James McNaughton, president of AHPharma, Inc. In addition to the Grower Committee, we are inviting the chicken company live production managers, grow-out managers, housing managers, and companies involved in chicken house construction and equipment.

The topic for the evening is the new type of chicken house lighting system that AHPharma, Inc. is developing. This system calls for the use of LED bulbs on the feeder lines. AHPharma’s promotional brochure describes “AviLighting™ as a dual colored LED feeder light that research has shown will lower energy costs while improving bird performance. It is an interesting concept and one that might help our Delmarva chicken industry.
The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. with dinner followed by the presentation and discussion.

Please let us know by noon on Friday, November 21 if you will be attending so we can make dinner reservations. RSVP by e-mail (morrow@dpichicken.com) or call 800-878-2449 or from Sussex County 856-9037. If you change your plans after responding, let us know as soon as possible.

Hope you can join us near Salisbury in a few weeks.

—————————————————————————————————————————————

[contact-form-7 id=”453″ title=”DPI Registration”]

post

Poultry Field Day 2014

AviLighting, Poultry Field Day 2014On Friday October 31, 2014 the AviLighting team attended the Poultry Field Day at Maple Breeze Farm. Around 300 poultry enthusiasts gathered to learn more about growing technologies in the Agriculture industry; this event was a great success. It was very encouraging to see so many growers interested in employing new technologies to make their farm more efficient. If you missed the event, please check out the link-to-photos below and plan to attend next year!

University of Delaware Flickr Album

In Cooperation with Delaware Cooperative Extension (UD and DSU) and Maryland Cooperative Extension (UMD) Approximately 300 Delmarva poultry growers attended a variety of workshops – LED lighting and energy savings, vegetative environmental buffers, how to conduct energy audits, innovations in house cleanout, litter management, nutrient management best practices, ventilation, ammonia reduction, and much more. Participants had the opportunity to meet with vendors and talk to Extension experts. FFA students also attended