Safe weaning with long-lasting gains

Trouble-free piglet weaning has a lot to do with the composition of the weaning feed. Easily digestible proteins are the best investment for a healthy, well balanced gut, to maximize growth potential and provide long-term financial rewards.

HAMLET PROTEIN’s patented bioconversion process minimizes the anti-nutritional factors naturally present in soy. This ensures our proteins are palatable and easy to digest, making them high-performing alternatives to fishmeal, blood plasma and other high quality protein products.

Since the EU ban on antibiotic growth promoters, we have played an active role in reformulating weaning feed recipes. Today, farmers benefit from healthy piglet diets that give the very best performance.

A history of benefits for farmers

Farmers have enjoyed the benefits of HAMLET PROTEIN products for piglet feed for more than 20 years. Numerous international feeding trials have documented the positive effects on piglet health, growth and performance.

These include:     

  • High protein digestibility due to the low content of anti-nutritional factors
  • Rich content of essential amino acids
  • High feed conversion ratio
  • Strong, uniform piglet growth
  • Good return on investment

All our powder products are free-flowing, easy to handle and non-hygroscopic and have a high water-binding capacity of 1:5.

World class digestibility 

Standardized ileal digestibility (SID) of crude protein:

93% - HP 300 for piglets

Source: Urbaityte et al., 2007; Yang et al., 2007; Cervantes and Stein, 2010; Soenderby et al., 2014

 

Let us Feed Your Brain!

 


We have put together a collection of articles on optimal nutrition for piglets and broiler chickens. Download our paper and let us Feed Your Brain!

Download our Feed Your Brain paper

Want to know more?

Sign up for our e-newsletter

Don´t miss the latest updates from HAMLET PROTEIN – including technical knowhow, our product and corporate news, and where you can meet us.

* indicates required
US e-newsletter
International e-newsletter