What we do
55-60% of the total cost of a zootechnical farm is related to feeding
the animals, so nothing should be neglected. It is important to have the help of qualified experts
who keep constantly updated on the latest developments to reduce costs and improve production performance.
Below our specific skills.
- Formulation of complete and complementary feeds
- Rationing plans
- Use of food sub-products
- Optimisation of feed-related costs
- Formulation of customized premix
- Formulation of technological products
Our Veterinary Assistance
is focused chiefly on the control of the activities that require the direct supervision of veterinary surgeons (drafting vaccination plans, medicated treatment plans, prevention and control of the most common diseases etc).
To manage a farm properly and make a reasonable profit, a good Management
is required. This includes a number of activities such as collecting the cereals and silage and planning essential routine activities (vaccinations plans, breeding plans, weaning etc). Our considerable experience
is at the service of breeders and farmers. We offer them advice on how to improve the management of their farms.
It is impossible to manage a modern farm without some kind of IT system
. There is no way that staff can deal with the traceability of products, the formulation of feeds, the management of labels and of feeding plans, coverage plans and other activities without some kind of software.
Cevolani Daniele s.r.l.
has always collaborated with Fabermatica
, a leading Italian company specialised in the design, development and marketing of software for feeds and animal nutrition.
study and analyse the behaviour and the decision-making processes of consumers and are therefore a precious source of information for the people who provide services and goods and must make marketing decisions linked to sales.
To help the companies
working in the zootechnical sector, Cevolani Daniele srl
has prepared a detailed analysis called “THE MARKET OF ANIMAL NUTRITION, GENERAL AND MAIN ASPECTS
(2010)". You will find more information in the "zootechnical marketing