Animal health begins in the gut

You know that the health of your animals is one of the most important prerequisites for the economic success of your farm.

But did you also know that 70 to 80 percent of an animal’s immune system is located in the gut? So the gut plays a key role in health and performance. Therefore, our primary goal should be to promote healthy intestinal development as early as possible and to maintain it afterwards.

Because: Only a healthy intestine can optimally absorb and digest nutrients.

The sooner the better

It is known that intestinal health can be positively influenced through feeding. Various active substances show a positive effect on intestinal health.

When building up a healthy intestinal flora, it is important to start as early as possible. This means already in the first days of the animal’s life or optimally already before birth via the mother’s diet.

Gut it!

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!”.

Intestinal health in calves

Intestinal health is a crucial factor for well-being and performance. The intestines of newborn calves are still developing and are therefore more susceptible to disorders. It is important to support the intestinal health of the calf as best as possible from the beginning.

Adapted feeding is of great importance in this context.

Intestinal health in piglets

A healthy intestine is crucial for the development of a healthy piglet. In order to provide the piglet with the best possible conditions for a successful start, it is important to influence the intestinal development in a positive way as early as possible. Targeted feeding makes a decisive contribution to the success of piglet rearing.

What is missed in piglet age cannot be recovered later on during fattening or breeding.