Full Value Pigs™: Working together to find you more profit

Full Value Pigs is more than a metric or a tool. It’s a set of beliefs that together, we can make your business better. It’s about taking a holistic approach to disease management and herd health. It's about getting the best results from your biggest input: feed. It’s about marketing your pigs at the right weight and at the right time, maximizing your output. It's about having the access to sell your products to your preferred buyer. It’s about feeding the world. But most of all, Full Value Pigs is about growing your business.

Elanco provides products, services and technical support to help swine producers deliver more Full Value Pigs to market by:

  • Taking a holistic approach to disease management and herd health
  • Improving feed optimization to get the most out of the biggest input
  • Marketing pigs at the right weight and right time
  • Securing the access, support and assurance producers need from a trusted partner

The Full Value Pigs approach helps producers find more success in business. It also benefits retailers and consumers by helping ensure a safe, affordable and abundant supply of food. By improving herd health, the Full Value Pigs approach makes better use of resources—creating a sustainable link in the food chain and providing more pork to more people worldwide.

Product availability and use restrictions vary by country. Consult individual Elanco offices or websites for detailed product information.

1. April 2011. “Livestock and Poultry: World Markets and Trade. 2011 Trade Forecast Update: Pork Higher; Beef and Broiler Meat Stable.” U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign Agriculture Service.

2. “Pork Facts ‘Nutrition.’” North Carolina Pork Council. Accessed 7/26/11. <http://www.ncpork.org/pages/consumers/pork_facts.jsp>.

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Pork is the No. 1 consumed meat in the world.2

A better approach

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