Per Pedersen joins Tonisity!
Dublin, IRELAND – (February 09, 2022) – Tonisity, a cutting-edge company bringing innovative swine nutrition, health and wellness products to market, is growing its team with the addition of Per Pedersen, as Area Manager for Denmark. Per Pedersen lives in the North of Jutland, Denmark and has more than 25 years’ experience in a variety… Continue reading
Swine Academy Webinar on March 3rd: Getting weaned pigs off to a great start
This Thursday March 3rd, the Swine Academy will be hosting a webinar presented by Dr. Clayton Johnson and including speakers Dr. Steve Pollmann and Dr. Chris Deegan, who will talk about: “Getting weaned pigs off to a great start.” You can catch the webinar at 5pm (GMT), 6pm (CET), 9pm (EET), 1am (MYT), 12pm (EST) &… Continue reading
Proper feeding of sows creates strong litters
The basis to produce pigs is founded in the service – and gestation unit and the management skills are fully challenged, as there is a need for craftsmanship, knowledge, systematics and above all a good overview. Correct and adequate feeding of sows ensure an optimal ovulation, to ensure the optimal number of fetuses and to… Continue reading
3:1 Return on Investment with Tonisity Px
Analysis of the financial impact of using Tonisity Px on farms and the potential return of investment considering all cost inputs Under the current market situation, where the cost of production is higher than the market price, swine producers are looking for all possible ways to increase efficiency. Reducing costs as much as possible is… Continue reading
Supporting Pigs Through Heat Stress
Pigs are a particularly vulnerable to heat stress as a species because they have a limited ability to cool themselves down and therefore, they rely on other mechanisms. This is why pigs will cover themselves in mud, because as the mud dries evaporative cooling occurs. However, in modern pig production, mud is generally scarce. In… Continue reading
Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome (PRRS)
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
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.