To develop the sow programme, we have taken into account the needs of the sow and the foetus during gestation and lactation. We have also developed a base mix which maximises the productivity of breeding sows during the gestation and lactation periods, and covers the needs of the piglet in the foetal and lactation periods.
Stimulates the immune system of the sow.
Reduces the loss of reserves during lactation.
Increases the productive life of the sow.
Improves leg and hoof health.
Improves the digestion processes, increasing feed efficiency.
Maximises liver function.
Improves bone maintenance.
Reduces the prevalence of lameness.
Production of higher number of viable piglets
More uniform litters with higher weights at birth.
Optimal development of the muscular system.
Improved development of the digestive system.
Prevention of post-weaning stress due to the "imprinting" effect.
More uniform litters with improved weight at weaning.
Contributes to development of the digestive system of the piglet.
Increases milk production.
Enriches the colostrum, with the necessary vitamins and minerals being transferred to the piglet. Improves immune system development.
Decreases pathogenic pressure, which contributes to a lower incidence of digestive problems, decreasing the percentage of runts and the piglet mortality rate.