From Farm to Fork

As a pork producer, you make significant choices every day, which impact what is on the end of the consumer’s fork. For example, you make choices about the use of antibiotics and therapeutic zinc. Antibiotic resistance in humans can be caused by a number of factors; human medicine, environment, human genetics and, of course, food consumption. That’s where we come in.

But how can you reduce the reliance on antibiotics and therapeutic zinc, whilst maintaining the health and growth of your piglets? The Neopigg™ Shield concept can help to reduce the reliance on antibiotics and therapeutic zinc.

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Do you want to learn how nutrition can help reduce reliance on antibiotics and therapeutic zinc on your farm? Download the free information package.

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Free information package

Do you want to learn how nutrition can help reduce reliance on antibiotics and therapeutic zinc on your farm? Download the free information package.

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About Cargill

Cargill is a leading expert in reducing the reliance on antibiotics and theraputic zinc within pork production. Cargill is exploring alternatives to reduce the reliance on animal antibiotics through better animal husbandry practices and through innovations in animal diets.

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Young Animal Nutrition

Smart nutrition in the early stages of an animal’s life is one of the biggest variables which can impact their livability, health and growth. Cargill’s years of research indicate that young animal nutrition can have a profound effect over the lifetime performance of the animal, and contributes to smarter animal production. We have developed feed concepts which enable our customers to achieve that optimal balance between feed and performance.

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