Company Innovad (Belgium) offers the product Lumance containing a new generation butirate that provides better results than use of feed antibiotics.
Keywords: pig production, pigs, feed antibiotics, growth factors, alternative, management, feeding, intestines, gastroenteric path, health, microflora, bacteria, cytokines, Innovad, Lumance, additive, new generation butirate, synergistic effect.
Investigated glycin chelates and amino acid chelates were almost equally effective, however, the chelate product EcoTrace® by Biochem showed the best results.
Keywords: pig production, pigs, piglets, young animals, weaning, feeding, micro nutrients, minerals, iron, manganese, zinc, copper, organic, inorganic, chelates, sulphates, glycin, amino acids, bioavailability, apparent digestibility, diet, feed, recommendations, need, housing, production indicators, weight gain, feed consumption, feed conversion, EcoTrace®, Biochem
Experience confirmed positive influence of formic acid in diets of weanling pigs on their survival and production indicators.
Keywords: pig production, live weight, pig weaning, diet, suckling period, diarrhea, infection, immune system, organic acids, microflora, formic acid, acidity, weight gain, feed.
Feeding system of a breeding herd to provide mother-foetus immune tolerance is based on special mixed feeds including a dry product from green grasses (grass meal).
Keywords: pig production, feeding system, sow, offspring, immune tolerance, metabolites, solid matter, mixed feed, concentrate, microcenosis, normobiosis, microflora, prevention, mother-foetus, disbiotic shift, die-off, macro organism, suckling pigs, weanlings, micro ecological system, intestines, productive potential, foetus, resistance, young animals.
Use of the probiotic Prolam for growing yelts has a favourable effect on variation of such indicators of natural resistance of animals as phagocytal, lysozyme and bactericidal activity of blood and its serum. The product promotes piglet survival and their live weight gain.
Keywords: probiotic, Prolam, veterinarian product, yelt, piglet, young animals, blood serum, blood, live weight, feed additive, experiment, experience, dysbacteriosis, microflora, biocenosis, gastroenteric disease, autoimmune strains, bacteria, natural resistance, non-specific immunity, microorganisms.
Addition of the probiotic Cellobacterin-T in diet of replacement gilts promotes formation of favourable microflora in the digestive system and displacement of pathogens from the system.
Keywords: pig production, replacement gilt, digestive system, daily average gain, live weight, feeding, piglet, diet, amino acid composition, fish meal, protein, enzyme, growth hormone, weanling, mixed feed, probiotic, rib eye, phosphorus, calcium, gastroenteric path, Cellobacterin-T.
According to research results, supplementing additional quantity of group B vitamins as well as vitamins Е and C in pig feed allows improving meat quality.
Keywords: pork fat content, animal protein, lean meat, pricing, marketing mechanisms, feed additives, optimum vitamin food, feed conversion, live weight, vitamin B, riboflavin, genotype, vitamin E, vitamin C, dosage.
Retirement of sows (15 to 18%) and replacement young animals from herd because of lameness rank second after animal culling because of reproduction problems. Lameness can result from feeding errors, nutrient-unbalanced diets, poor-quality mixed feeds and premixes, and also excessive weight of animals.
Keywords: sows, replacement young animals, culling, lameness, excessive weight, correct feeding, reproduction, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, biotin, mixed feed, skeleton, joints.
SoftAcid® is an effective and safe product to replace growth factors in feed for livestock animals, and it provides high profitability of a farm.
Keywords: buffered organic acids, oxidizer, antimicrobial effect, dissociated and non-dissociated form, microorganism, intestinal path, digestive system, feed, oxidising degradation, calcium, ammonia, formic acid, corrosion, corrosion ability, volatility, SoftAcid® technology, lignosulfonic acid, feed, palatability.
Use of energy protein Solvital saltlicks compensates deficiency of vitamins and minerals in diet of cows, improves their milk productivity both due to direct receipt of energy and improvement of the animal appetite and their consumption of basic feed.
Keywords: dairy herd, loose housing, concentrate type of feeding, grazing, energy protein saltlicks Solvital, compensation of vitamin and mineral deficiency, increase in milk yields, improvement of animal appetite, cow, feed, diet balancing, protein, feed grain, premix, mineral additives, acidosis.