The pig production industry in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania has gained access to Uniferon®, the industry-leading injectable iron supplement.
A recent introduction of the industry-leading injectable iron supplement Uniferon® to pig producers in the Baltics is yet another step into the world for the Danish pharmaceutical company Pharmacosmos.
And a stepping stone for the Baltic pig farmers’ work towards being more competitive.
Pharmacosmos is acknowledged as a global leader in iron deficiency treatments for both humans and animals, and the company’s Uniferon, which is an all-natural injectable iron supplement for piglets, is used by pig farmers throughout the world.
“Pig production in the Baltics is becoming increasingly focused on global best practice and hence also the generally accepted standard of administering iron to newborn piglets to promote optimal growth and general health as well as avoiding detrimental anaemia.
Pig producers in the Baltics are thus becoming increasingly demanding and we are glad that we are now able to support their efforts,” said Jens Fabricius, Vice President, Marketing & Business Operations at Pharmacosmos.
Uniferon is marketed through Magnum Veterinarija, a dedicated, long-standing veterinarian-focused partner based in Estonia with subsidiaries in Latvia and Lithuania.
Uniferon is an injectable iron supplement that adds value to your business by promoting better health and faster growth in your piglets. Manufactured by Pharmacosmos, Uniferon combines the benefits of simple, fast administration with all-natural, high efficacy ingredients.
Pharmacosmos is dedicated to developing and marketing industry-leading iron deficiency treatments for both humans and animals. We focus on improving treatment options by staying on top of industry best practices.
A privately-owned company with an extensive network of partners, Pharmacosmos operates in more than 50 countries across Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Mr Jens Fabricius
Vice President, Marketing & Business Operations
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