France-Sexage is based in the heart of the farmland in northwestern France’s region of Brittany. Founded in 1975 by Guy Marlot, the company grew into a thriving small business with 115 employees in 2015 led by Joël Chauvey, Chairman of the group France-Sexage Inter-Avic. Today the company deploys its services in Brittany and neighbouring regions throughout northern and western France (Normandy, Loire Atlantique, Maine-et-Loire and La Sarthe) as well as the United States, Hungary, Ireland and the North African countries of Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt.
Our work philosophy is mainly based on the quality of the sorting performed by sexers and the capability to rapidly determine a chick’s sex using the vent (or cloaca), wing and sight (pheasants) sexing techniques. Our staff takes an essential in-house training programme to acquire this unique expertise used to sort males from females for their work in hatcheries.
Building on our know-how and experience, we combine rigour and teamwork, two keys to success in our business.