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Water Quality

1/15/2024byInterchem Staff
Water is the most essential nutrient for pigs. It should be potable; it should not contain harmful substances and should always be readily available for your pigs to drink.
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The Importance of Diagnostics

11/6/2023byInterchem staff
Early diagnosis and establishment of reliable countermeasures to infectious disease outbreaks is essential to limit severe biophysical consequences. The Interchem Swine team, along with your prescribing vet, provide a range of diagnostics.
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Synchronisation of Gilts

8/28/2023byEadaoin Conway
The hormonal synchronisation of estrus is a management strategy that facilitates the earlier introduction of breeding-eligible females into the breeding herd, therefore reducing the gilt pool.
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Improving biosecurity on your unit

7/17/2023byInterchem staff
The prevention of infectious diseases in pigs is important for both animal welfare and economic productivity. Biosecurity is the set of practical measures taken to limit the spread of infectious disease.
Read more

Have you got a sub-clinical coccidiosis issue?

4/26/2023byInterchem staff
Coccidiosis is one of the most costly diseases in swine production.
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Iron Deficiency Anaemia

3/31/2023byInterchem staff
Iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) is the most commonly recognised clinical condition of fast-growing piglets reared in commercial settings.
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Newsletter Winter 2022

1/9/2023byInterchem staff
The Interchem Swine Team is delighted to share with you the Winter 2022 Newsletter.
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Iron-deficiency Anaemia in Piglets

11/30/2022byInterchem Swine Team
Piglets require sufficient, high quality iron, not only to prevent iron deficiency anaemia, but to achieve their full growth potential by having a strong immune system.
Read more

Reducing Salmonella Prevalance

10/26/2022byInterchem Staff
Through their Pig HealthCheck programme, Animal Health Ireland are working on making changes to the National Pig Salmonella Control Programme in order to assist pig producers in reducing the Salmonella challenge on their pig units.
Read more

Blog

Water Quality

1/15/2024byInterchem Staff
Water is the most essential nutrient for pigs. It should be potable; it should not contain harmful substances and should always be readily available for your pigs to drink.
Read more

The Importance of Diagnostics

11/6/2023byInterchem staff
Early diagnosis and establishment of reliable countermeasures to infectious disease outbreaks is essential to limit severe biophysical consequences. The Interchem Swine team, along with your prescribing vet, provide a range of diagnostics.
Read more

Synchronisation of Gilts

8/28/2023byEadaoin Conway
The hormonal synchronisation of estrus is a management strategy that facilitates the earlier introduction of breeding-eligible females into the breeding herd, therefore reducing the gilt pool.
Read more

Improving biosecurity on your unit

7/17/2023byInterchem staff
The prevention of infectious diseases in pigs is important for both animal welfare and economic productivity. Biosecurity is the set of practical measures taken to limit the spread of infectious disease.
Read more

Have you got a sub-clinical coccidiosis issue?

4/26/2023byInterchem staff
Coccidiosis is one of the most costly diseases in swine production.
Read more

Iron Deficiency Anaemia

3/31/2023byInterchem staff
Iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) is the most commonly recognised clinical condition of fast-growing piglets reared in commercial settings.
Read more

Newsletter Winter 2022

1/9/2023byInterchem staff
The Interchem Swine Team is delighted to share with you the Winter 2022 Newsletter.
Read more

Iron-deficiency Anaemia in Piglets

11/30/2022byInterchem Swine Team
Piglets require sufficient, high quality iron, not only to prevent iron deficiency anaemia, but to achieve their full growth potential by having a strong immune system.
Read more

Reducing Salmonella Prevalance

10/26/2022byInterchem Staff
Through their Pig HealthCheck programme, Animal Health Ireland are working on making changes to the National Pig Salmonella Control Programme in order to assist pig producers in reducing the Salmonella challenge on their pig units.
Read more

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