PrimeFeed – a Prime Feed for Prime Piglets
Providing piglets with the best conditions in terms of growth and feed utilization does not come easy. The ambitious farmer already starts feeding in the farrowing unit and provides suitable feed changes and various piglet blends during the pig’s first few weeks after birth.
A sustainable feed strategy starts with the smallest pigs
PrimeFeed is Vilofoss’ high quality feed concept, suitable for piglets being a few days old and until they weigh around 15 kg. With the PrimeFeed range, focus is on getting the pigs off to a good start. The feed blends are produced using highly digestible raw materials – with flavour and scent encouraging the pigs to eat.
An early feed intake strengthens health, growth and, not least, improves the economy. In fact, 100 g additional feed during the first week after weaning results in the piglets weighing 1 kg extra at the age of 42 days. Therefore, the weaning blends are based on the same ingredients as the farrowing feed. This provides recognition and ensures continued feed intake during the stressful period after weaning.
With the series Mini, Mini Plasma, Midi, Midi Safe and Maxi, you can find a piglet blend suitable for pigs of all ages. With the Safe Soft line, we offer a piglet blend for gentle weaning, which also increases the success rate of weaning without zinc.
"Successful shift to new piglet feed" - stories from a Danish farmer.
Become Part of a Great Pig Success
PrimeFeed is adapted to the increasing efficiency of the professional farmer. It is produced and developed with the latest knowledge – and has proven its premium quality through livestock trials.
As a leading player within animal Feed and nutrition in Europe, Vilofoss is proud to contribute to pig successes across the continent. Every day we provide top-quality minerals and feeds, to our loyal customers – distributors and farmers.
Do you want to become part of a great pig success? And do you want to bring the success to your region?
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PrimeFeed has been tested again a competing weaning feed. The test took place in a conventional herd by Henrik Aarø-Hansen from Landbosyd. The testing was repeated twice. Read the results from the test here.