Uniformity in piglets

Lack of uniformity in terms of body weight is a lost opportunity in profitability. This is whether it is in sucking piglets, nursery piglets or G/F pigs. High uniformity of pigs not only has positive impact on profitability but also on management and labor, ultimately easing up the production of pigs.


It's all connected

Often lack of uniformity among a batch of pigs is first realized when pigs are transferred to slaughter and money exchanges hands. However, it already starts at birth where the weight variety among piglets in a litter can be high complicating management not just in the farrowing unit but throughout nursery too.

At Chr. Hansen we have looked into why it matters to think about uniformity already in the farrowing unit throughout nursery and in grower-finisher phase. It’s all connected.

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