July/August 2021 issue

Phet Nantavisai

Thaifoods grasps opportunities from ASF crisis
As countries in Asia continue to deal with ASF, Thaifoods Group sees opportunities for its pig business, writes PAYUNGSAK WIRIYABUNDITKUL.

New approach to prevent coccidiosis and anemia
SURAPHAN BOONYAWATANA answers questions supported by published research about a new approach using an injectable combination formulation to prevent coccidiosis and iron deficiency anemia.

DDGS has gained traction in Asian markets.

Lowering costs and cutting waste with liquid feed
The time is right to introduce liquid feeding systems to revive a pig industry that is still battling ASF, writes RAJESWARI RAMANEE.

Optimize nutrient efficiency for better pig performance
AMIR E. GHANE explains why a combined enzyme and probiotic feed additive may be the key to balancing pig health, performance, and profitability.

Separate breeding and finishing farms are recommended to prevent ASF from spreading.

Slow recovery for Indonesia’s pig industry
Even as the pandemic dominates news headlines, ASF continues to wreak havoc on the Indonesian pig industry, writes MELIYANA.

Market dynamics of ASF – the opportunity for those that remain clear
ROB MUSSER and MAX PURSER provide commercial insights to help pig producers, who have managed to remain clear of ASF, or those in markets under threat from an outbreak, to identify how they may position themselves to pull through this challenge.

MANAGEMENT MATTERS: Managing your costs matters
We farm pigs to make a profit. But there’s not always a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!

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