Pigylac

PigyLac Milk Replacer - Vinayak Ingredients

. . . because a good start is vital in swine nutrition
Swine producers across the world have larger litters these days due to improved genetics, better nutrition, health and management facilities, etc. But the industry has not been so fortunate when it comes to increasing sow’s milk yield. It is a well-known fact that when litter size increases that total milk yield also increases, but not in a proportional manner. As such, with each additional piglet per litter, milk intake per piglet decreases. Hence, from a commercial point of view, the piglet milk replacers have been designed to address this new problem in pig husbandry.
Rearing orphan piglets away from a sow or motherless rearing is another area where milk replacers are used with great benefit as a last resort when foster sows are not available. However, this is not always feasible as there may not be enough foster sows or the piglets may be too old to be fostered when the problem arises. In these cases, competition among piglets, for a limited supply of milk, becomes extremely strong and unless an external source of nutrients is provided, growth rate and survival are detrimentally affected. Under such circumstances, a liquid milk replacer is the ideal solution, especially for very young piglets.

Description of the Product

  • Milk replacer based on skimmed milk powder with a high nutrient content Provides maximum growth
  • Free flowing powder
  • Easily dissolved
  • No residue
  • Very tasty and palatable
  • Great willingness to drink

Salient Features

  • In the first two weeks after farrowing, PIGYLAC ensures a good start for all piglets in the litter
  • If the sow dies, PIGYLAC can replace sow milk at the end of the colostrum period
  • If the sow has poor milk yield, PIGYLAC ensures equalization of the litter
  • If used as “weaning compound” for the first 2 weeks after weaning, it maintains the liquid supply of the piglets and facilitates the transition to dry feed
  • It is also possible to mix 10-15% PIGYLAC into a farm-mixed compound. This ensures a piglet with a maximum content of digestible raw materials
  • If used as top-dressing on top of purchased complete feed, a higher content of digestible raw materials is available. (To be dissolved in 45-55°C water and gets easily dissolved)

Composition: Each Kg contains

Protein 23 % minimum Moisture 5 – 7 %
Fat 18 % minimum Crude fibre 0 – 2 %
Fat 18 % minimum Crude fibre 0 – 2 %
Vitamin A 55000 IU Phosphorus (maximum) 0.7 %
Vitamin D3 4500 IU K, Mg, Na, S 1.50 %
Vitamin E 80.00 mg Zinc 75.00 mg
Vitamin K3 2.00 mg Copper 25.00 mg
B Complex 82.00 mgg Mn, Fe 160.00 mg
Vitamin C 350.00 mg Co, I, Cr 2.55 mg
Choline chloride 15.00 mg Antioxidant +
Calcium (minimum) 0.7 %

Feeding Recommendation

2-5kg/ tonne of feed OR as directed by the Consultant / Nutritionist.

Recommendations

  • First 2 weeks after farrowing – 75 g PIGYLAC per litre water (45-55°C). This ensures a good start for all piglets in the litter
  • If the sow dies – 150 g PIGYLAC per litre water (45-55°C), PIGYLAC can replace sow milk at the end of the colostrum period
  • If the sow has poor milk yield or has too many piglets – 150 g PIGYLAC per litre water (45-55°C) ensures equalization of the litter
  • If used as “weaning compound” for the first 7-14 days aGer weaning – 100 g PIGYLAC per litre water (45-55°C) maintains the liquid supply of the piglets, facilitates the transition to dry. PIGYLAC at the 10-15% in farm-mixed compounds, ensures a compound with a high content of easily digestible raw materials
  • If used as top-dressing with 5-10% on top of purchased complete feed for piglets, it provides a higher content of easily digestible raw materials

PIGYLAC Feeding Guidelines

Piglet age ml of solution (per feeding) Number of feedings per day
Day 1 100ml (Colostrum only) 5
2 – 4 days 100 ml 5
5 – 7 days 100 ml 5
8- 14 days 150 ml 4
15- 35 days 200 ml 4
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