Ammonia emissions from swine trigger diverse problems in health, productivity and welfare, leading to poor performance and distress.
Global swine production is responsible for 15% of ammonia livestock emissions. This pollutant plays a crucial role in acidification and eutrophication of the environment. Decreasing ammonia emissions is a major challenge in swine production, considering that global pig consumption is predicted to increase by 75% in 2050.
We offer a natural solutions based on triterpenic saponins that reduce NH3 levels and other gases, thus helping to enable a more efficient and sustainable industry.
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