Webinar: Ranking first in late finishing with Ambitine® for swine

06 October 2021

What unites the swine producers worldwide is their constant quest for greater efficiency to optimize the economic viability of their operations. Barriers in late-finishing can get in the way of optimal swine performance. Pigs eat more and can face suboptimal feed conversion with increasing feeder competition and sensitivity to environmental stress. These stressors make feed intake erratic and limit performance potential. Although taking away most of these stressors in late finishing will be very difficult in practical farm conditions, changing the way the pig cope with them could be a strategy to consider.

During this high-stress period, Ambitine® as a multi-component feeding solution will support the coping behavior of finishing pigs leading to a more efficient usage of nutrients and optimal feed efficiency.

Program

Coping with late finisher stress for sustainable pig performance with Ambitine – Antoine Meuter (Global Product Manager Monogastrics – Agrimprove)

Barriers in late-finishing can get in the way of optimal swine performance. Pigs eat more and can face suboptimal feed conversion with increasing feeder competition and sensitivity to environmental stress. These stressors make feed intake erratic and limit performance potential. Although taking away most of these stressors in late finishing will be difficult in practical farm conditions, changing the way animals cope with these stressors could be a strategy to consider. During this high-stress period, Ambitine® as a multi-component approach will support the animals’ coping behavior and lead to a more efficient usage of nutrients and optimal feed efficiency.

Ambitine and its US proven track record in late finishers  – Stacie Crowder (Product Manager Monogastrics, Land O’Lakes)

Ambitine® feed additive is designed to address the unique stresses of late finishing. US Research and commercial applications show in the last weeks before market that pigs fed Ambitine® feed additive experienced an average difference of +4.2% in growth and -2.6% in feed conversion in comparison with a control.

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Wed, 6 October 2021
01.30-02.15 PM CEST

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