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The Grow-Finish team was actively engaged in learning how to enter historical data into the PigCHAMP Grow-Finish program. They are nearly caught up!
After another productive day it was time for dinner with some of the team nothing like a little sushi and dessert .... As Sara says, "sharing is caring."
More food pictures... I know, right!
The Japfa office is about 1 to 1 1/2 hour commute from our hotel depending on the traffic. A company driver picks us up every day at 7:30 a.m., which is a good thing as Donna and I both agree there is no way we could drive here! (This quick video will give you a glimpse of what the experience of driving in Vietnam is like!)
Boy did we get a lot accomplished today … we were able to convert their Reproductive farm data (2500 females) from an Excel format in to the PigCH ...
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Ahh.. now the real reason we are here. To implement and train on the PigCHAMP Reproductive and Grow-Finish program for the second largest producer in Vietnam, Japfa Comfeed. (Read more about Japfa Comfeed)
When Donna and I first came to Vietnam in April, we did a self-walking tour of the city the morning we first arrived. Although it was wonderful, it maybe not the best idea with jet lag. So this time we thought we would take it easy and just walk around near the hotel.
Hello from Vietnam! We finally arrived safely at our hotel the Liberty Central in Ho Chi Minh City about 11:30 p.m. after a long journey through Chicago,Tokyo Japan, and then on to Vietnam. We were greeted in our rooms with this towel animal … big debate between Donna and I, she says pig I say dog … well whatever it is always fun to have welcome like this!
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