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HyCare
Hy-care

HyCare is a proven method in the livestock industry, with which we achieve excellent results. The most important theme of the HyCare is hygiene. Animals living in a healthy environment suffer less from diseases and stress. They will have an improved resistance. In addition, a good hygiene management leads to a significant decrease in (preventive) antibiotic use. That’s what we provide with our HyCare method. Within our unique HyCare demo & research facilities we are constantly developing new methods to improve our concept. We are also showing, demonstrating and training partners, dealers and customers in these facilities.

HyCare Method

By now, HyCare is a proven method that puts health and animal welfare first without losing sight of the yields. By ensuring that the pigs stay in a germ-free environment continuously, a high level of animal health and technical results can be achieved continuously.

Piglets rearing

The well-thought-out HyCare method for weaned piglets ensures unrivaled health in this vulnerable animal category. This results in healthier, more vital piglets and that with much less antibiotic use. The animals develop better and more uniformly, so that strong flocks are delivered. The HyCare method for piglet rearing provides a strong basis for the animal.

Fattening pigs

The HyCare method for fattening pigs ensures that the pigs can stay for months in a healthy environment on the fattening pig farm. This not only produces a lower infection pressure, but also a higher yield. Antibiotic reduction, better technical results and lower feed costs all contribute to this. Due to the effective hygiene measures, the prevailing diseases - including Salmonella – can hardly spread throughout the farm. The cleaner stables and healthier animals ensure a stable working environment and a higher balance.

Right working method

A correct and consistent working method is a vital part of the HyCare method. It is an important barrier to prevent existing pathogens from moving around the farm and thereby infecting animals in other pens, departments and stables.