Diarrhoea is one of the most common diseases to affect the suckling pig and is known to cause more financial loss to producers than any other health problem in their herd.
Sacrolyte pig is used to stabilise the water and electrolyte imbalance that occurs in pigs during periods of stress, such as weaning or digestive disturbance (diarrhoea) during illness. Diarrhoea or scour prevents the absorption of fluids and essential vitamins, minerals and trace elements from the intestine leaving the scouring pigs weak and dehydrated.
Sacrolyte pig is composed of easily absorbable carbohydrate, chelated minerals, vitamins and trace elements which offers a simple solution to replace these vital minerals and electrolytes lost during this period. It also possesses a unique gelling agent which has the ability to retain water and slows down the movement of undigested food through the gut.
Instructions for Proper Use
- Add the contents of one scoop (100g) to 2.5 litres (1/2 gallon) of water and Feed ad lib;
- At weaning time, feed Sacrolyte ad lib to the backward pigs;
- Sacrolyte pig can be mixed with warm or cold water, however, piglets prefer a warm solution;
Dextrose (carbohydrate source), sodium chloride, Potassium chloride, Sodium Citrate, Mono-potassium phosphate, Fractionated coconut oil
|Additives (per Kg)||Additives (per Kg)|
|Vitamin B1||750 mg|
|Vitamin B2||1100 mg|
|Vitamin B6||400 mg|
|Gelling agent||Additives (per Kg)|
|Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (E464)||80 g|
Meat and Offal