A convenient and economically advantageous option to control iron deficiency anemia (IDA) and coccidiosis for swine farmers has been introduced. Last September 3rd, Ceva Philippines revealed its latest innovation, Forceris – a gleptoferron-toltrazuril injectable combination given in one shot to piglets 72 hours after birth.
The webinar event was well attended with more than one hundred farm customers joining in. The 2-hours event started with a discussion on piglet management by well-known European consultant, Dr. Enric Marco followed by a presentation on 2020 Philippines hemoglobin survey results by Dr. Michael Quilitis, Ceva Veterinary Technical Services Manager. Farms were encouraged to participate in the ongoing coccidiosis monitoring trial to build the local data base with details offered by Dr. Donnan Canoy, Ceva Veterinary Technical Services Manager. The activity was capped by Dr. Nico Marco, Ceva Swine Corporate Marketing Manager, who presented on the uniqueness of Forceris based on performance and ease of use to combat IDA and coccidiosis in piglets.
Initial Philippines studies show that more than 60% of the piglets are either anemic or sub-anemic – and Forceris can address the IDA and coccidia challenges better than the traditional approach.
Watch the webinar replay below.
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