Gut Health, Immune Support for Sows and Piglets04 November 2014
US - The unique metabolites of SynGenX promote the activity of beneficial bacteria in the young pig’s gastrointestinal tract, says Diamond V, and its programme for sows consists of products to balance the immune system and gut microbiota while optimising gut morphology.
Many diseases and performance-related issues impact the sow and her piglets. Others occur after weaning. Diamond V products support gut health and immunity in every phase of production.
Weaning is an especially stressful time. The transition from sow’s milk to dry feed can predispose the piglet to gut health problems, which is why Diamond V developed SynGenX® using novel fermentation technology.
The unique metabolites of SynGenX promote the activity of beneficial bacteria in the young pig’s gastrointestinal tract. SynGenX exerts a dual-action effect similar to prebiotics and probiotics that also supports butyrate production in the gut.
SynGenX helps the pig overcome the stress of weaning. Research shows SynGenX supports feed, intake, weight gain and gut health.
Diamond V’s programme for sows consists of the Original range of products to balance the immune system and gut microbiota while optimising gut morphology: Original XPC™, Original XP™, OMRI™-listed (XPC Green and XP Green) and non-GMO (XPC LS and XP LS) products.
The prebiotic-like activity of Original products helps promote a healthy balance of bacteria in the lower gastrointestinal tract, while the antioxidant activity helps optimise immune function. Research shows that Original products support improvements in litter weaning weight, number of pigs weaned, sow health and wellness.
All Diamond V products are made in the USA in the company's own state-of-the-art, food grade manufacturing facilities. The Diamond V Quality System guarantees product quality, consistency, safety, and reliability. Neither the processes nor the products can be replicated outside Diamond V.
Diamond V will be at EuroTier 2014 - Hall 15/C18.
For more on Diamond V swine research, visit www.diamondv.com.
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