Fluidarom® 1191 Raspberry & Peach increases feed intake in piglets

Fluidarom® 1191 Raspberry & Peach increases feed intake in piglets

Trial report AUS13

Objective
Study the effects on feed consumption of creep-feeding piglets.

Study place
Commercial pig farm in Australia.

Methodology
Fluidarom® 1191 Raspberry Peach including sweetener added to creep feed at a dose of 300g/MT. The feed was offered to same aged piglets for five consecutive weeks. Feed consumption was measured from 21 days and 28 days-old piglets from each group.

Results
In the trial, there was 8.76% increased feed intake in older piglets and 27.12% increased feed intake in younger piglets who had Fluidarom® in their feed, compared to the same in the piglets did not get any flavour. The average increase was 14.29%.

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