August 5, 2022

Dublin, Ireland (August 5, 2022) – Tonisity International Limited (“Tonisity”), an animal health and nutrition company based in Ireland, is pleased to announce that the General Administration of Customs in the People’s Republic of China has approved the importation of Tonisity Px, which is Tonisity’s flagship swine product. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs… Continue reading

Prevention and Control of PRRS

July 8, 2022

A viral disease, Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) is the most economically significant disease to affect swine industry (along with the African Swine Fever in the past years). Estimates in Europe show that it costs the industry almost €2 billion every year. It is estimated that in a 1,000 sow farm a PRRS outbreak… Continue reading

PEDv and Tonisity PxW

June 7, 2022

Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea (PED) is a virus that attacks the gastrointestinal (GI) tract damaging the villi on the surface of the small intestine. This reduces the absorptive abilities of the surrounding surface area of the GI tract resulting in fluid loss, diarrhea and dehydration. Effects of this virus are significantly more severe in younger pigs,… Continue reading

Welfare Issues Associated With Tail Docking and Potential Tail Biting Links to Gut Microbiota

May 26, 2022

European legislation dictates that pig tail docking is unauthorised to be routinely performed on farms.  However, tail docking is still common practice in many European countries, although several, including Finland and Lithuania have stopped routine tail docking altogether. However, many piglets in Europe are still routinely exposed to the cutting or cauterising of a part… Continue reading

Comparing the benefits of Tonisity Px to milk replacer for piglets in the first week of life

April 19, 2022

• Tonisity Px reduces the pre-weaning mortality and ensures an extra pig per year per sow • Tonisity Px improves the health of the piglets and increases the pre-weaning growth of piglets. • Higher weaning weight results in higher growth and better feed efficiency in post-weaning and slaughter. The weaning weight and the number of… Continue reading

Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome (PRRS)

July 16, 2021

Another wave of PRRS is sweeping across North America. A new and more infectious strain of the virus is leading to high sow and piglet mortality across the US. There are reports that this 1-4-4 strain type is causing 20 to 35% of the growing pigs dying off and at an increasing rate. Porcine Respiratory… Continue reading

Tonisity Webinar Recording- New Research into Piglet Pre-weaning Mortality and Recommended Solutions

June 21, 2021

Tonisity’s Mathieu Cortyl, Managing Director for Europe and Asia Pacific, details the latest research findings into piglet pre-weaning mortality and provides some insight into solutions that can be used to address these challenges.        

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