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Nov 27

BAVI Offers Livelihood Opportunities to Army Retirees

Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) has gone out of its way to see to it that those who made the vow to serve and protect are now, well, served and protected. True to form, the Philippines' poultry leader has opened opportunities for retirees from the Philippine Army. "We are honored... read more →
Nov 26

BAVI Cancels Christmas Party, Raises Funds for Typhoon Survivors

Christmas will go on and the spirit of giving will live on in Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI). Despite the tough times just about everybody has faced in 2020, the Philippines' poultry leader will do nothing but celebrate the season to share. BAVI will be moving forward without Christmas parties... read more →
Nov 25

BAVI, Mascariñas Finalists at Global Investors in People Awards

Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) remains proud to stand among the best companies in the world in terms of taking care of employees. BAVI was a finalist for the Learning and Development Award in the 2020 Investors in People (IIP) Awards held online last Tuesday night. The award ultimately went... read more →
Nov 25

BAVI Joins Manila Mayor Isko Moreno at Christmas Tree Lighting

Christmas in the country's capital remains as bright and beautiful as the Manila Bay sunrise. Even in the face of the continuing COVID-19 crisis, Mayor Isko Moreno last Monday led the lighting of the annual Christmas tree, lanterns, and belen in City Hall. And to make the celebration even more... read more →
Nov 23

Chooks-to-Go Crew Hands Out Food to Typhoon Ulysses Evacuees

MARIKINA CITY -- Following the lead of its big boss, employees of Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) went out of their way to provide warm meals to those affected by Typhoon Ulysses. Chooks-to-Go crew members under Jobs on the Go (JOTG) cooked up and then served up lugaw (rice porridge)... read more →
Nov 22

BAVI, Chooks-to-Go Aid Los Baños’ Typhoon Evacuees

In the wake of Typhoon Ulysses, Los Baños in Laguna yet again felt the love from Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI). Barangays Bambang, Baybayin, Bayog, Malinta, Mayondon, and Tadloc received last Friday a total of 2,000 packs of Marinado chicken the poultry leader has long been proud of. Like much... read more →
Nov 20
Nov 19

BAVI Reveals Secret to Zero Antibiotic Chicken Success

Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) takes pride in its Zero Antibiotics Chicken -- the first and, thus far, the only such chicken produced by a Filipino poultry company. Before being able to wear that badge of honor, though, a war had to be won. And it was a war that... read more →
Nov 18

BAVI, Rotary Clubs Help 23,000 Typhoon Evacuees

LEGAZPI CITY -- Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) did not waste time extending a helping hand to 'Oragons' who have just weathered back-to-back typhoons. Hand-in-hand with the Rotary Clubs of Legazpi and Nuvali, BAVI has brought chicken to 23,000 evacuees in Albay -- among the most devastated by Super Typhoon... read more →
Nov 13

BAVI Sends Help to Typhoon Survivors

Poultry company Bountry Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) is sending food and other assistance to people severely affected by typhoons Ulysses and Rolly. In collaboration with the Rotary Club of Legazpi , BAVI will distribute chicken to over 23,000 people staying in evacuation centers in Guinobatan, Albay, which was among those... read more →
Nov 09

BAVI, PVMA To Conduct World Antimicrobial Awareness Week Webinar

The country's leading experts in veterinary antibiotic stewardship gather for the World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) Webinar on November 11, Wednesday. Our very own Senior Vice President for Animal Health and Feed Mill Operations, Dr. Erasmus Paderes, will be among the illustrious panel of speakers. He will talk about our... read more →
Nov 04

How to Lead a Team During a Pandemic

With many of our people now working remotely, leading a team can be a challenge. So we asked one of our colleagues, who recently completed a course in Organizational Development, on how one can still be an effective leader during this special time. Myra Guilles Having received a grant from... read more →