Better, Faster, More Profitable

Like athletes using technology and training methods to get “bigger, faster, stronger” and reach elite performance, pork producers around the world are looking for technologies and management methods to make their production systems “better, faster, more profitable” and investing in improved swine genetics, better nutrition, and smart technology for their production systems to help them reach elite performance.

However, since feed costs account for up to 80% of the cost of producing pork, many producers are now realizing that the type of feeder they use significantly impacts the management of those costs. They’re starting to understand that all the investments they’re making in genetics, nutrition, and technology could be hindered by having their pigs eat from a “least-cost” feeder.

That’s why we create innovative, high-quality swine feeders—to help swine production become better, faster, and more profitable. Over our 40 years of experience, we’ve gathered a lot of data showing how our creative solutions and original technologies improve performance in every phase of production. As an example, Grow-to-Finish improvements with our wet/dry feeders compared to industry-standard dry feeders, typically looks like this:

  • ADG (Average Daily Gain): 3.5-5.5% Improvement
  • ADF (Average Daily Feed Intake)I: 1.5-2.5% Improvement
  • F:G (Feed efficiency): 1.1-2.3% Improvement
  • Water Disappearance: 35-38% less water used.

We are committed to helping our customers reach elite performance. So, if you invested in improved genetics, better nutrition and smart technologies, but still went the way of “least-cost” in a feeder, please reach out to our team. We are confident that our solutions can help you reach the next level of performance.

As a representative of one genetics company once told us, ‘Your feeders help our pigs reach their full genetic potential”.

For more information about how our technologies and products can help you reach elite performance, please contact our team at or WhatsApp/Phone: +1 (402) 227-8228.