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The nutritional solution designed to support pigs’ respiratory function

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VENTIPIG sustains the respiratory comfort of fattening pigs throughout the rearing cycle. VENTIPIG helps support growth performance at the end of fattening when density in the building is at its highest. In addition, VENTIPIG contributes to the evacuation of bronchial secretions. It also supports feed intake and animal growth even in a poor environment (high animal density, insufficient ventilation).

VENTIPIG contains vitamins A, D3, E and PP as well as choline and folic acid. Trace elements such as iodine and zinc have been added in order to support the defense mechanisms and to ensure sufficient nutritional intake. VENTIPIG is enriched with plants (thyme, eucalyptus, pulmonary) that have been specially selected to match animal requirements. All these elements are designed to sustain the natural process of mucociliary purification in order to support the respiratory system. Indeed a good condition of the respiratory tract creates favorable conditions for good animal performance.

The VENTIPIG is available in a form that complies with the specifications of organic farming.

Direction For Use

VENTIPIG is a liquid product that is to be administered in drinking water. It must preferably be dispensed during periods of climate changes (spring and fall), when temperatures are high or in addition to any intervention made on the respiratory tract. The recommended dose is 15 to 30 ml per pig per day based on live weight. VENTIPIG must be administered for five days and can be renewed once a month if necessary.

Major components
trace elements Iodine zinc
Vitamin A, D3, E and folic acid chloine
Thyme plants, pulmonary, eucalyptus
Mix of flavouring substances

Can 5L
Can 25L


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