Held in conjunction with the 2011 Pig Feed Quality Conference at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Cebu (9-10 May), Agromed hosted a successful symposium on Sunday 8 May, titled “Eubiotic fibre in profitable pig production: The missing nutrient”.


The symposium discussed how fibre supplementation, in particular Eubiotic Lignocellulose, is becoming a key management tool in modern swine production.  To review the topics delivered at the symposium please download the respective presentations below.


If you have a question or would like to learn more about how lignocellulose fibre can make that difference in animal health and support profitable swine production, please write to us at info@linkasiapartners.com.



Eubiotic fibre in profitable pig production: The missing nutrient.

Fibre as a functional nutrient in modern pig diets

Dr. Robert van Barneveld, Consultant Research Scientist (Nutrition),

Barneveld Nutrition Pty Ltd and Becan Consulting Group Pty Ltd, Australia

Eubiotic lignocellulose - Innovation in modern pig nutrition

a.Prof. DDr. Klaus Neufeld, Specialist Veterinary Nutrition

Animal Nutrition Research Center, Austria

Considerations of fibre for sow productivity: A practical viewpoint

E. Wayne Johnson, DVM, Technical Consultant, EFEV China

Agromed-sponsored symposium, 8 May 2011

Eubiotic fibre in profitable pig production - The missing nutrient

Cebu, Philippines  

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A snapshot....