As a specialist in encapsulation, BEWITAL agri applies a specific process for the production of matrix-encapsulated active ingredients.
We are leaders in the technology for development and production of innovative specialty feed.
BEWITAL agri develops products that are ideally suited to the needs of today’s farming and feed industry, and this has been the case for over 60 years. This sets us apart from other suppliers.
Our feed concepts contribute to animal health, growth, yield and environmental protection.
Our goal is to create healthy animal nutrition together with you.
That is why we focus on natural feeding concepts that can help to develop the intestinal health of your animals as early as possible and maintain it in the long term.
We urge you: Ensure a healthy intestinal flora for your
animals now – let’s “gut it!”.
Efficient feeding reduces emissions
The basis of sustainable milk production is the supply of energy andproteins in line with requirements.
Rumen-protected amino acids and rumen-stable fats are an important building block for this. In addition, emissions of nitrogen, phosphorus and methane are also reduced.
With our products BEWI-SPRAY® and BEWI-FATRIX® you can
feed efficiently and reduce emissions at the same time.
Healthy gut – healthy piglet
A healthy intestine is crucial for the development of a healthy piglet.
The mix of natural components such as bananas, carrots and carob flour in the new dietary feed supplement BEWI-SAN Digest promotes positive intestinal development already in young suckling piglets and ensures early feed intake - a decisive advantage for the entire rearing period.
The positive effects of the product were also
confirmed in a practical test.
Colostrum – the sooner the better
Piglets are born without maternal immunity. Therefore, earliest colostrum intake is essential for newborns.
However, litter sizes are increasing and the amount of colostrum per piglet and the quality may be insufficient. In our field trial the effectiveness of BEWI-FATRIX® SynerG+ on sows’ colostrum quality was tested.
Feeding trial confirmes: BEWI-FATRIX® SynerG+
increases colostrum quality directly after farrowing.
Skilful feeding of suckling piglets
In practice, there are various approaches to raising live-born piglets safely and achieving high weaning weights even in larger litters.
In particular, the aim is to increase the survival chances of smaller and less vital piglets.
Early supplementary feeding of the suckling piglets plays
an important role to the economic success.
We encapsulate ingredients
so that they reach the site where they take effect.
Rumen-stable fats (BEWI-SPRAY®) allow an effective energetic enhancement of the ration without providing substrate for methanogenic microorganisms. Methane emission is even reduced in relation to the higher energy supply per unit of “milk volume produced“.
By using rumen-protected amino acids (BEWI-FATRIX®) and rumen-stable fats (BEWI-SPRAY®), dairy cow rations can be optimized in terms of protein and energy source use. At the same time, these products enable the targeted reduction of nitrogen, phosphorus and methane emission per kg of milk.
The Bavarian Working Group Animal Nutrition (BAT) organizes its 61th annual conference this year at the LfL in Poing/Grub. The general topic is: “Successful young animal rearing for animal well-being and more sustainability”. Again, we were represented with a scientific contribution.
The title of our poster was: “Use of a rumen-stable combination of fat, lecithin and methionine in dairy cows in practice”.
From 13 to 15 September 2022 BEWITAL agri will participate in the international livestock fair SPACE. The trade show will take place in Rennes, France.
Would you like to learn more about BEWITAL agri’s innovative specialty feeds and encapsulated active ingredients? Then visit us in Hall 9 | Booth 18.
The general topic of the 21st BOKU symposium Animal Nutrition 2023 was “Feeding strategies in times of limited resources”. We were again represented with a scientific contribution.
The title of our poster was: “Effects of different fat sources on the apparent total tract digestibility of energy in piglets”.