High feed conversion among finishers - how?

22/01/2021

Feed conversion among finishers is one of the most important parameters for good production measures.
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Hybrid units and high feed conversion among finishers

22/01/2021

During the summer of 2020, Vilomix was fortunate enough to take photos of finishers at Peder Rasmussen’s farm in Denmark. Apart from getting some great photos, it turned out that Peder’s hybrid unit had a truly exciting story to tell
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Constipation of lactating sows

23/11/2020

The occurrence of constipation in sows has been on the rise in recent years. But what can be done to prevent it?
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New corn silage and a higher fat percentage in milk

23/11/2020

Several of our customers have reported a higher fat percentage in milk due to switching to new corn silage – and with good reason.
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Are mycotoxins a challenge for ruminants?

23/11/2020

The cow can cope – or can it? Most people working with cattle agree that ruminants are capable of neutralising many occurrences of mycotoxins.
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High feed conversion among finishers - how?

22 January 2021

Feed conversion among finishers is one of the most important parameters for good production measures.

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Hybrid units and high feed conversion among finishers

22 January 2021

I løbet af sommeren 2020 var vi i Vilomix så heldige at få lov at tage nogle billeder af slagtesvin hos Peder Rasmussen i Lystrup. Udover at vi fi

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Constipation of lactating sows

23 November 2020

The occurrence of constipation in sows has been on the rise in recent years. But what can be done to prevent it?

Read more

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New corn silage and a higher fat percentage in milk

23 November 2020

Several of our customers have reported a higher fat percentage in milk due to switching to new corn silage – and with good reason.

Read more

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Are mycotoxins a challenge for ruminants?

23 November 2020

The cow can cope – or can it? Most people working with cattle agree that ruminants are capable of neutralising many occurrences of mycotoxins.

Read more

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