The greatest challenge in the future of swine farming is to increase productivity while lowering investments. The cost of feed is expected to rise, when legal regulations will further tighten the sector, costumer pressure keeps rising.  This makes the efficiency of animal feeding a key challenge for the future. Our company helps to develop better feed efficiency with innovative and productive feed additives. Swine feed additives has been always a focus for our company as our first product Detoxa was developed primarily for swine. We are continuously improving and further amending this product for the satisfaction of our customers.

  • DYSANTIC: Natural herb countaining feed additive for swine:This feed additive helps to prevent the diseases of the digestive tract caused by Brachyspira hyodisenteriae and other microbial agents. Dysantic may decrease mortality rate the costs of medical treatments and imbalanced growth within the pig population.
  • COLISTAT: Feed supplement for the prevention of weaning diarrhea of piglets:
    The endopathogenic E.coli bacteria’s growth and the decrease of lactobacilli increases the risk of intestinal inflammations, oedema syndrome. Colistat helps to restore the microbial equilibrium of the intestines, thus it may help to reduce the risk of these sicknesses. With the use of Colistat the weight gain of the animals may be increased and the costs of medical treatment may be lowered.
  • DETOXA-PLUS Pig: Feed addititive againtst the negative effects of mycotoxins for pigs:
    Mycotoxins have a negative effects on production, reproduction, reproduction rate, growth efficiency and immunological defense as well as causing damage to the organs like liver and kidneys. Detoxa deactivates the fusariotoxins, blocking the protein synthesis, consequently the body weight gain of the animals will be better, the feed conversion ratio enhances
  • PIG-ZYME: A polysaccharidose enzyme containing feed supplement for pigs:Pig Zyme has an ideal ratio of exoenzymes including xilanaz, that may decrease the antinutritive agents that enter the digestive system with the feed. With this reduction the weight gain is increased, incidences of dietary related digestive disorders and mortality may decrease.