Swine influenza is a disease that causes periodic outbreaks in pigs in different areas of the world that negatively impacts animal health and productive performance and can compromise farm viability.
In pig production, an adequate air quality is essential because animal welfare, productivity and economic performance depend on it. Ammonia is the most important gas that affects air quality in pig farms.
Weaning is one of the most critical periods in pig production. It supposes a drastic change in the diet of the piglets that can lead to a decrease in growth and digestive problems.
On September 15, Biovet S.A. participated in the Allen D. Leman Conference presenting a poster about the effect of Alquernat Inmuplus on genetic expression in immunostimulant cells and its relationship to increased resistance against infection respiratory reproductive syndrome (PRRS).
The Chamber of Commerce of Tarragona, Spain, will host the 32nd Biovet International Symposium on May the 27th and 28th 2019. The latest developments in natural additives for animal health and nutrition are expected to be presented in the annual gathering. Information about the use of applications of these products will be put in context […]
Porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus (PEDV) can cause an acute and highly contagious enteric disease of pigs characterized by severe entero-pathogenic diarrhoea in piglets. Cimenol ring is a natural product effective as a broad-spectrum bactericide and fungicide, which may also be useful to prevent intestinal viral infections such as PED. This compound combined with citric acid has a greater efficacy.