The effectiveness of the use of drugs Globigen Pig Dozer and Globigen Jump Start when growing pigs
Currently, humanity owes great thanks to nature before the protection that nature has created is to protect the newborn. A person is born not sterile, but with protective appropriate antibodies transmitted from the mother. Antibodies, in the human body, have the ability to penetrate the placenta, and with blood flow, to be transmitted with maternal colostrum and milk. Unfortunately, not all living things have this advantage. Pigs are born sterile unless they are infected with viruses and toxins that have the ability to penetrate the placenta. In this case, they are sterile and defenseless, the whole environment is dangerous for them, and in this case there is no immunity and inevitable death. Therefore, after birth, the pigs themselves, or with the help of a sow that pushes them to the nipples with a snout, or an operator who receives farrowing, as soon as they try to drink precious colostrum, which loses its protective capacity every hour. The sow's colostrum contains not only nutritional, energy components, but also a more important component – Immunoglobulins. Immunoglobulins contained in colostrum provide piglets with passive immunity, but not all. Why? This is because the farrow is usually stretched or pathological. Pigs are born unevenly, so they eat colostrum differently. The last piglets, at birth, get the least amount of colostrum, or not enough at all. In addition, the quality of colostrum and the amount of immunoglobulins depend on the sow's age, the number of farrowing, whether the sows are vaccinated before farrowing, and the presence of viral pathogens and their vaccination. A good practice for pigs in the world, as well as in Ukraine, is the use of the Globigen Pig Dozer, which is given to the pigs orally to increase passive immunity and provide protection against viruses and bacteria.
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