The Alltech U.S. Pork Team has introduced Levelset, an innovative solution designed to reinforce gut health in pigs. (Image source: Alltech)

Levelset, an innovative solution manufactured by Ridley Feed Ingredients was designed to reinforce pig gut health and has recently been introduced by the Alltech US Pork Team at the World Pork Expo, which took place from 5-6 June at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa 

Levelset’s blend of key technologies synergistically supports natural resistance against diarrhea challenges while enhancing overall enteric health. The product is designed for maximum impact during three different life stages of production namely, pre-farrow sows, suckling pigs and weaned pigs, thus making it an exceptional tool in any production strategy.

“Across the industry, pathogen resistance is an ever-growing challenge, and solutions to reduce reliance on conventional antibiotics are of critical importance,” said Andy Rash, general manager of Alltech’s US swine business. “Levelset is an innovative blend of carefully developed technologies that minimises undesirable organisms within the gut, thus promoting the overall health and productivity of pigs.”

Both projects aim to develop cost-effective, safe, non-invasive health solutions that can be conveniently included in the pig's feed. (Image source: Renaissance Bioscience)

Leading Canada-based bioengineering company, Renaissance BioScience (RBSC) recently announced its strategic partnership with the University of Saskatchewan’s Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organisation (VIDO) to target two viral diseases, as well as the immune system function in pigs and piglets, using RBSC's revolutionary yeast-based technology

Anitoas turn-key swine flu test delivers breakthrough workflow simplicity and consistent, accurate results at the point-of-care. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Biotechnology company Anitoa Systems LLC, recently announced the worldwide availability of its turn-key swine flu test for livestock

The study shows that Staldren has an impressive ability to completely degrade both ASFV and PEDV. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Jorenku A/S, a leading Danish manufacturer of hygiene products has announced the promising results from a new Chinese University study, revealing the ability of the companys dry disinfecting powder, Staldren to completely degrade both African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) and Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV)

Good feed hygiene is crucial in liquid feed systems since it helps in increasing milk production in sows. (Image source: Lallamand)

Swine experts from Lallemand along with global experts gathered at the Pig Research Summit – THINK Piglet Health & Nutrition 2023 which took place from 21-22 September in Copenhagen, Denmark

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