Nourishing large litters – why focus on intestinal health?
Tonisity at Pig Focus Asia – Bangkok, Thailand
Pig, Poultry & Dairy Focus Asia was held in Bangkok from March 21st -23rd, 2018. A three day technical conference for livestock industry, this event brought together more than 300 delegates and 90 global speakers from management, nutrition, veterinary and breeding fields. Pig Focus Asia has been concentrating on issues like mycotoxin risk assessment in… Continue reading
Tonisity and Partneragro 2018 in Ukraine
Photo Caption: L to R: Aleksey Sheptuha, Dmitry Masiuk, Milivoj Rubcic, Genadi Pilipenko Thanks to our distributor, Partneragro Ukraine and especially Dr. Aleksey Sheptuha, Tonisity had the opportunity of visiting Ukraine and presenting Tonisity Px to some of the largest Ukrainian farms. Overall, the farms were in excellent condition with most of them having… Continue reading
Venray Fair, Netherlands – By Gino Totte (Panagro)
From March 6th – 8th, Panagro Health & Nutrition exhibited at the LIV tradeshow in Venray, Netherlands. This is a regional show in the south-east part of The Netherlands, which gains a lot of interest from both poultry and pig farmers. The fair started on Tuesday 6th March with a minisymposium and lunch for attending… Continue reading
Ongoing Trial Data: Philippine Study 2018—Investigating the Effect of Tonisity Px on the mortality and performance of piglets.
This year a trial was carried out on a production farm in Mindanao, Philippines. During this period, the farm was affected by a PRRS outbreak which, as a result, reduced the number of piglets born alive per litter with higher than usual mortality observed. In total 932 piglets from 89 litters were involved in the… Continue reading
Tonisity and Qualivet at Porciforum Conference – Lleida, Spain
Last February, Lleida in Spain became the meeting point of Porciforum and Nutriforum, two conferences of international scale in the livestock sector. These events took place in parallel and brought together professionals and technicians from the pig sector, as well as experts and scientists special-izing in nutrition and animal health. The meeting involved 1,500 professionals,… Continue reading