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Our swine nutrition program below follows our standard nutritional recommendations from wean to finish. All phases can be customized depending on customer specific circumstances. Customization circumstances include but are not limited to the following:

· Genetics differences

· The starting weaned weight of recently weaned piglets

· Condition/Age of facilities

· Facility space and timeframe before new stock arrives

· Animal health

· Other feed ingredients

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Swine Nutrition Program

Standard Wean to Finish

  

Phase 1 - Mini Bites 1

· 5 – 12 lb. piglet. 

· 4 – 6 days on feed

· Feed intake to weight gain ratio is approximately 1/1 depending on starting weight. Smaller piglets, 5-8 lbs., will start slower and perform less than piglets starting at 8 lbs. 

·This is a complete feed pre-starter pellet that is available in porcine and non-porcine in conjunction with differing medication variability. (VFD requirements for medication)


Phase 2 - Mini Bites 2

· 13 – 15 lb. piglet.

· Feed intake to weight gain ratio is approximately 1.1/1. 

· Typical feed consumption in this phase per piglet 2 – 2.5 lbs.

·This is a complete feed starter pellet that is available in porcine and non-porcine in conjunction with differing medication variability. (VFD requirements for medication)


Phase 3 - Early Wean

· 15 – 25 lb. pig

· Feed intake to weight gain ratio is approximately 1.4/1. 

·This product is in meal form and should be included in a complete feed alongside corn and soybean meal at 500 lbs. per ton.


Phase 4 - Early Wean 150

· 26 – 35 lb. pig

· Feed intake to weight gain ratio is approximately 1.6/1.

·This product is in meal form and should be included in a complete feed alongside corn and soybean meal at 150 lbs. per ton. This is a transitional diet from nursery to grow-finish. During this transition the animal’s gut is being developed further for it to be able to consume and process higher levels of soybean meal. 


Phase 5 - Grower 85

· 36 – 55 lb. pig

· Feed intake to weight gain ratio is approximately 1.8/1.

·This product is in meal form and should be included in a complete feed alongside corn and soybean meal at 85 lbs. per ton. This is the final transitional step from the initial nursery phase to the finishing diet.


Phase 6 - Soy Saver

· 56 – market (255-300 lbs.)

· Feed intake to weight gain ratio is approximately 2.2/1.

·This product is in meal form and should be included in a complete feed alongside corn and soybean meal at 45 lbs. per ton. Soy Saver contains a level of amino acids necessary to reduce soybean meal inclusion by 140 lbs./ton. This allows for higher corn inclusion to the diet. At the current market ~ $400/ton beanmeal and ~ $140/ton corn, the complete feed savings would be ~ $20/ton. 


Phase 6 – Addition Option

·Soy Saver EN + AA. This product can be added to Phase 6 and contains additional enzymes and amino acids that will allow for a further 100 lb. reduction of bean meal in the diet. It also acts as if 40 lbs. of fat were added to the diet increasing energy consumption.

· This product is in meal form and should be included in the Phase 6 diet at a rate of 5 lbs. per ton.

SOW

  

Product: Sow 85

· This product is in meal form and should be included in a complete feed alongside corn and soybean meal at 85 lbs. per ton. 

· Chelated Trace Mineral (organic).

· Natural Selenium to assist in milk production and re-breeding. 

· Helps with cracked hooves.

· Cull less sows


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