Swine Solutions

Our solutions start with your swine challenges

 
 
 

Our innovative range of products provides answers to the central question of how to optimize production. Supported by our nutribiotic approach and significant investment in animal trials, we develop proven, science-based strategies that deliver a range of benefits, such as:

  • Supporting consistently healthy performance
  • Minimizing the impact of stress throughout the production cycle
  • Enabling radical feed and waste management cost savings
  • Delivering strong efficiency gains
  • Reducing carcass contamination by non-beneficial bacteria
  • Cutting the cost of compliance with environmental legislation
  • Improving energy and nutrient release in diets
  • Improving protein digestion
  • Encouraging the growth of beneficial bacteria for a healthy/balanced gut microflora
  • Boosting feed intake
  • Reducing phosphorous and nitrogen waste.

Whatever your concern, we have the innovative solutions, expertise, and science-based strategies to deliver the commercial results you are looking for.

Swine products to meet your production challenges

Our comprehensive swine product portfolio comprises enzymes, probiotics, phytogenics, betaine, and combined feed technologies. This innovative range of proven, cost-effective solutions, together with our customer-driven services, help you to optimize swine nutrition, production, liveability and ultimately, profitability.

 
 
 

Our comprehensive portfolio

 
 
 

Enzymes

 
 
 

Combined technologies

  • Syncra® SWI - a combination of enzyme and probiotic technology
 
 
 

Betaine

 
 
 

Phytogenics

 
 
 
 
 
 

Unique solutions:

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