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Uncomplicated use: The FaserFit pellets can be offered to the pigs both automatically via a roughage chain and manually via special pellet dispensers.
AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG
Uncomplicated use: The FaserFit pellets can be offered to the pigs both automatically via a roughage chain and manually via special pellet dispensers.

High-quality fibre components combined in one pellet: The new roughage FaserFit from AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG ideally combines the different fibre fractions and thus ensures balanced satiety for the animal. The high proportion of bacterially fermentable substances supports large intestine fermentation. The raw fibre carriers used meet the minimum raw fibre content of 20 percent required by the Animal Welfare Initiative. "The FaserFit feed is an interesting option for farmers not only to fulfil the roughage criterion, but also to offer the pigs added nutritional value," points out AGRAVIS product manager Michael Ermann.

The hygienised FaserFit feed is available to farmers in pelletised form and can be offered to the animals both automatically via a roughage chain and manually via special pellet dispensers. "The shape and consistency of the FaserFit pellets are reminiscent of naturally preferred feedstuffs such as acorns or beechnuts, which can be intensively processed, chewed and salivated by the pig. This ensures good acceptance by the animal, satisfies its natural exploratory behaviour and keeps it occupied in the long term," says Ermann, citing the advantages. "Furthermore, FaserFit convinces through its uncomplicated use with low labour input, low storage costs and does not cause clogged manure systems."
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