Dr. Paolo Raffi
Bender & Raffi (BR)


Professional with more than 22 years of experience in poultry health, in the management of breeders farms of the genetic lines Ross, Cobb and Hybro.

Extensive experience in the use of Total Quality tools, developing standard operating procedures, manuals of genetic line breeders and good Manufacturing practices manuals, as well as their respective training to employees.

Experience of 13 years in support import and export of genetic poultry material (grandparent and parent flocks and fertile eggs) of origin of the Netherlands, United States, United Kingdom and South America.

Technician responsible for grandparents Hybro farms, great-grandparents and grandparents Cobb, and feed mills of Hygen and Cobb companies and working with the Ministry of Agriculture, in follow-up audits for the National Plan for Avian Health and providing sanitary technical reports.

Chosen by the magazine Aveworld, the July / August 2015 as one of the 100 most influential people of the Brazilian Poultry.


B. A. in Veterinary – Federal University of Pelotas – RS State of Brazil
B.S. in Business Administration – State University of West Paraná– PR State of Brazil
Graduate in Management Development (Latu Sensu) – State University of West Paraná
Graduate in Quality and Productivity (Latu Sensu) – Federal University of Santa Catarina – SC
Strategic Policies Course – Military School of the Brazilian Military Forces – ADESG – PR
Poultry School – The University of Georgia – USA
Monitor of Veterinary Pharmacology – Federal University of Pelotas – RS State of Brazil


Bender & Raffi – Veterinary Service
Owner and Consultant

08/2004 – Current
Cobb-Vantress Brasil Ltda – Poultry General
Quality Assurance Manager (08/04 a 08/12)
Technical Manager (09/12 – 02/15)
Veterinary Service Specialist (03/15 – 08/15)

09/2001 – 05/2004
Hygen – Poultry Genetic Hybro
Technical Service Manager (09/01 – 05/04)

11/1992 – 09/2001
Sadia S/A – Poultry Industry
Veterinary Junior (11/92 – 05/93)
Supervisor of the Poultry Breeders Farms (06/93 – 09/01)