Man has kept pigs for many centuries. According to some sources, pigs began to be reared, mainly for meat, in the ninth century before Christ, when they were domesticated. Pigs were initially allowed to range free but were gradually placed in sties. How are pigs kept nowadays?
A prestarter for piglets from 10 days of age to 14 days after weaning from the sow. Its structure of 2 mm granules ensures problem free intake and overcoming the weaning period. Among other things it contains whey and fish flour which ensures fast growth in piglets.
A professional feed intended for weaned piglets with a live weight of 12 kg of up to 12 weeks of age. It provides an ideal start to piglet growth. This feed is followed by fattening mix A1 Mini or the Pig Uni 15 concentrate.
Granulated feed mix for the first phase of fattening pigs, that is from a live weight of 15 to 35 kg. The nutrients it contains support an excellent state of health, fast growth and high meat content in your pigs.