Swine

The swine industry is adept at facing complex challenges, from volatile feed costs to shifting market conditions to changing regulations. Producers must balance variability in feed ingredients, production flows, and genetics, all while optimizing profits in a global marketplace. The Promote® line offers a variety of swine products developed for the specific purpose of supporting your pigs’ health and performance.

 

AOXTM

Birth, weaning, health challenges, and transport are just a few events that can cause oxidative stress in a pig. AOX is a combination of botanical products that can help support the animal’s health during stressful events. AOX provides swine producers a low-cost alternative to meet the health needs of their animals.

 

Recommended Use:

Mix AOX into swine feed at a rate of 0.4 to 1.6 pounds per ton of complete feed, based on nutritionist recommendations.

Cinergy IGP 5/10

Cinergy IGP 5/10 is a blended feed supplement that contains reed-sedge peat, yeast cultures, and fermentation extracts of Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus licheniformis to promote swine gut health. Research on IGP indicates its use supports rate of gain in swine.

 

Recommended Use:

Piglet diets: 10 pounds of Cinergy IGP 5/10 per ton of complete feed

Finishing pig diets: 5 pounds of Cinergy IGP 5/10 per ton of complete feed

Cinergy Life B3

Research has shown that pigs with healthy gut function have improved growth performance. Cinergy Life B3 is a Direct-Fed Microbial solution targeted at nutrient absorption and gut-health management in swine. The three strains of Bacillus subtilis chosen for this product were selected for their high levels of specific enzyme production. Cinergy Life B3 maintains pellet stability at temperatures up to 195°F.

 

Recommended Use:

Cinergy Life B3 can be added to your vitamin and mineral premix or purchased separately and added at 0.5 pounds per ton of complete feed.

Defusion® Prime

Defusion® Prime is a blend of preservatives and other ingredients designed for use in swine feed.

 

Recommended Use:

Mix Defusion® Prime into swine feed at a rate of 2 to 5 pounds per ton of complete feed, based on nutritionist recommendations.

When adding Defusion® Prime to sow diets, add 2 ppm thiamine per 1 pound of Defusion® ​Prime, regardless of diet formulation.

Defusion® Plus

Defusion® Plus is a mixture of preservatives and other ingredients intended for use in swine rations.

 

Recommended Use:

Mix Defusion® Plus into swine feed at a rate of 2.5 to 5 pounds per ton of complete feed, based on nutritionist recommendations.

When adding Defusion® Plus to sow diets, add 2 ppm thiamine per 1 pound of Defusion® Plus, regardless of diet formulation.

Defusion® 501

Defusion® 501 is an anti-caking flow agent and pelleting aid intended for use in swine feed.

 

Recommended Use:

Mix Defusion® 501 into swine feed at a rate of 0.5 to 5 pounds per ton of complete feed, not exceeding 2 percent in the complete feed.

Enzae®

Enzae® is our line of phytase blends designed for use in monogastric feed. Phytase is an enzyme that makes phosphorus more available for absorption by monogastric animals, thereby decreasing the cost and environmental impact of formulating diets with additional phosphorus. Enzae® blends are formulated at phytase levels that can be easily incorporated into commercial operations’ formulas.

ProHacid® Advance LOC 2.0 U

ProHacid® Advance LOC 2.0 U dry acid blend is formulated to help acidify pig diets. It is a unique combination of six acids that work together to reduce diet pH and preserve pig feeds. While ProHacid® Advance LOC 2.0 U was speci­fically formulated to optimize benefit­s in piglet feed, it also can be used for sows, and finishing pigs.

 

Recommended Use:

Piglet diets: 5 to 10 pounds of ProHacid® Advance LOC 2.0 U per ton of complete feed

Sow diets: 4 to 8 pounds of ProHacid® Advance LOC 2.0 U per ton of complete feed

Fi­nishing pig diets: 4 to 8 pounds of ProHacid® Advance LOC 2.0 U per ton of complete feed

TrasicTM SeY

Trasic SeY is a selenium yeast product that contains high amounts of selenomethionine and selenocysteine, which are taken up by the animal and stored for use when the animal’s needs for selenium exceed daily intake. This increased bioavailability leads to a more effective and efficient product.

 

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