Posts tagged Philippines
Avivagen makes first industrial sale of OxC-beta

Avivagen (TSX-V:VIV) has made the first industrial-scale sale of its OxC-beta livestock to UNAHCO in the Philippines.

The sale is for 150 kilograms of OxC-beta livestock 10% premix at pricing in line with Avivagen's target. The order will supplement approximately 7.5 million kilograms of UNAHCO-branded commercial feed, an amount sufficient for about three million broiler chickens or 350,000 piglets.

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Avivagen in OxC-beta pact with UNAHCO

Avivagen (TSX-V:VIV) has agreed to supply OxC-beta Livestock to UNAHCO for sales and distribution in the Republic of the Philippines.

OxC-beta has been shown to be effective and economic in replacing the antibiotics commonly added to livestock feeds. Comprised of fully-oxidized beta-carotene, OxC-beta is a non-antibiotic means of maintaining optimal health and growth in livestock animals such as swine and poultry.

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Avivagen, UNAHCO register OxC-beta in Philippines

Avivagen (TSX-V:VIV) and UNAHCO have registered OxC-beta Livestock as an imported livestock feed additive, authorizing its use in all species in the Philippines.

UNAHCO is a feed and veterinary unit of Unilab, the largest pharmaceutical company in the Philippines. UNAHCO provides a broad range of animal healthcare and nutrition products and programs to meet the requirements of both large commercial and smaller individual farmers in the Philippines as well as abroad.

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Avivagen reports new livestock trials with OxC-beta

Avivagen (TSX-V:VIV) has provided results of four new trials of OxC-beta livestock as a feed additive for swine in the Philippines and Vietnam, and broiler poultry in the Philippines and Spain.

In a new trial with the National Institute of Animal Sciences for Vietnam, the use of OxC-beta significantly improved the major commercial parameters of average daily gain (ADG), final body weight (FBW), feed conversion ratio (FCR) and rates of diarrhea and mortality, compared with non-supplemented animals.

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