Cobb releases new app to help customers improve flock production

by Jeff Della Rosa ([email protected]) 150 views 

Siloam Springs-based broiler breeder Cobb-Vantress Inc. announced Monday (Feb. 1) it has launched a mobile app to help customers achieve more yield, better feed conversion and healthy flocks.

The new Cobb Flock Management app allows customers to track production and manage Cobb flocks at farms, houses and pens. Users can access Cobb expertise through the app with resources such as broiler breeder guides, videos and technical articles.

“Cobb is committed to providing customers with the latest tools and technology to help products reach their highest potential,” said Robin Jarquin, director of world tech services. “The all-in-one Cobb Flock Management app is designed to help give customers a quality user experience so it is easy to access expertise, make decisions and manage flock production anywhere and at any time.”

The app, which is available in six languages, features live reports, graphs and dashboards to track production metrics; Cobb flock management; access to bird health records and breeder data tools; and the ability to save to the cloud and store information securely.

“The app builds on the company’s traditions of innovation and providing expertise to help the industry succeed,” Jarquin said. “It is one of the many ways Cobb supports customers in achieving productive, healthy flocks to capitalize on the advantage of the yield, feed conversion and growth in Cobb’s robust broiler.”

The Cobb Flock Management app is available for download on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. After downloading the new app, users should delete the Cobb Connection app from their mobile phones. All management guides and resources are also available on Cobb’s website. Customers can contact a technical service representative with questions about the new app or visit link here.

Cobb-Vantress, a company of Springdale-based meat producer Tyson Foods Inc., distributes poultry to more than 120 countries.

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