Bringing piglets to a higher level

Coccidiosis is one of the most costly diseases in swine production and can set back piglet growth by as much as 2-3 kg. Neonatal coccidiosis caused by Cystoisospora suis usually occurs in indoor-raised, 1 to 3-week- old suckling piglets. It is less frequent and less severe in older, recently weaned piglets.

Coccidiosis occurs in all countries where indoor rearing and continous-flow farrowing are practiced.
Most producers simply cannot afford such production losses. Once oocysts are ingested, the parasites multiply quickly and cause damage to the intestinal lining, leading to diarrhea, blood loss and a reduced absorption capacity.
Iron deficiency anaemia is the most common deficiency disorder during the early postnatal period in pigs, and frequently develops into a critical illness.

FORCERISTM is an unprecedented injectable combo formulation based on high-quality gleptoferron and toltrazuril components that play a key product in swine production.

From one country to another, product lines are adapted to local demand and regulatory requirements. For further information, please take a look at the CEVA Santé Animale site for your country. Warning: the information provided on the products depends on national registrations. Access to technical information is restricted to authorised persons.

Back to top