As the world’s most “prolificient” sow - the sum of prolific and efficient – the Libra* balances traits in feed conversion and mothering ability to lower the feed cost per pig.
Amlan International recently received a patent in China for its formulated intestinal health products. The products have three distinct modes of action that work together to strengthen the intestinal environment of livestock.
This performance consolidates its position as the 6th largest animal health company and leading French multinational in the sector.
The last details have been finalised, so Danish Crown's subsidiary Tulip Food Company now has permission to export both sausages and canned products to China.
Produced by the Fusarium moulds that infect growing cereal crops, DON inhibits protein synthesis within the pig.
The company has grown with more employees and with further plans for hiring Danish farm managers for two Chinese pig productions.
The AB Vista Tech Talk at IPPE focuses on the use of NIR to identify as much value from feed as possible to deliver those all-important incremental gains, as well as more novel applications in the feed mill.
Best pork; lowest cost. In any recipe for Total System Profitability, those are key ingredients. That may explain why the Hypor Magnus stole the show in a recent terminal sire trial at Hickory Ridge Research and Consulting against our biggest global competitor when it comes to the sire line.
Russian Cherkizovo Group has chosen Topigs Norsvin as their preferred genetic partner. This means that in the near future, all 90,000 sows will be produced with Topigs Norsvin genetics.
Feed:gain between weaning and sale for producers in Pork CRC’s benchmarking project was 2.4 The desired target was 2.0 from wean to sale.