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Tackling piglet demedication with confidence


The phasing out of therapeutic use of zinc oxide in piglet feeds is top of mind in Europe and antibiotic reduction is more pressing than ever. To meet these challenges, pig producers have to consider a full approach to pull through and maintain high level of performance.


BY SWINE DEPARTMENT, CCPA GROUP “W


e have been fortunate that we were not allowed to use a high level of zinc oxide in piglet feeds for over two dec- ades in our domestic market. This sit-


uation in France has led us to build alternative solutions to manage digestive security around weaning. Also, we have gained experience in the field, driven by the need to comply with the antibiotic reduction plans,” says Vincent Bégos, piglet nutritionist of CCPA Group. Taking advantage of its years of experience, the CCPA Group offers a total approach to succeed in demedication of piglet feeds. This strategy relies on three main pillars. First, the feed formulation and nutritional expertise is a fundamental basis to provide a secured and high-quality complete feed. Sec- ondly, special attention is given to support a safe digestive process by the use the Immax feed solution. Finally, farm management practices, including biosecurity or sanitary sta- tus, are checked and improved if needed to move confidently towards the reduction of antibiotics and the withdrawal of zinc oxide. In this regard, the CCPA Group has developed De- meus as a practical tool for the nutritionist in the field. This strategy covers the process from the feed up to the farm in the demedication context.


Thanks to secured piglet feed, optimal growth performances in post-weaning are reachable without antibiotic or zinc oxide use.


48 ▶ GUT HEALTH | DECEMBER 2020


Ingredients for success CCPA Group has started to offer a non-medicated piglet feed range more than 10 years ago and this Axecla line has now become its major products. One of the key features of this feed range is a reduced protein content without compromis- ing growth performance, made possible by particular choices


PHOTO: FRED MOURAUD


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