Our solutions for pigs

Our solutions Thermo for pig, sow, piglet

Pigs

Pigs are particularly sensitive to heat stress. Their thermoregulation mechanisms are limited and even brief heatstrokes can have a major impact on their performance. In this context, CCPA Group proposes dedicated solutions which not only promote zootechnical performances, but also the comfort and well-being of pigs in the presence of heat waves.

Our products

ThermoControl is intended for incorporation in compound feeds to combat chronic heat stress in pigs and sows. It improves their comfort during hot periods and to maintain their zootechnical performance. 

ThermoPig is more intended for directincorporation at the farm over short periods, and is particularly adapted to help the comfort of lactating sows. 

It improves their comfort during hot periods and to maintain zootechnical performance. 

ThermoControl®

Product to be incorporated in the feed

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Thermo®Pig

Product to be distributed in top feeding

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Our advice

Find out here what the impacts of heat stress are on pigs and what practical preventive measures you can put in place on your farm to reduce the consequences for pigs.

Preparing poultry for hot weather

Preparing your poultry for hot weather is essential. Discover all our advice to prepare for the summer season and ensure the thermal comfort of your poultry.

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Impact of high heat on poultry

High temperatures have a considerable impact on your poultry. Keep either heat stress or high temperatures. In general since you sell the concept of THI avoid the word high temperatures.

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Consequences of heat stress on poultry

Heat stress has an important impact on the health of your poultry and can have unpredictable consequences for the farmer. Discover all our advice to prepare for the summer season and ensure the thermal comfort of your poultry.

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Poultry feeding and hot weather

Adapting the feed of your poultry during hot periods is essential. Discover all our advice to prepare for the summer season and ensure the thermal comfort of your poultry.

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News

September 29, 2022
ThermoTour Thermo heat stress

ThermoTour: our teams on the ground to promote the Thermo® range

Embark on the Thermo®Tour, our annual pre-launch tour for the Thermo® campaign! The CCPA Group teams took part in various actions on the ground. The objective? To promote the Thermo® range to our customers and prospects.

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August 25, 2022
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Thermo® Solutions: The Latest User Feedback

Every year, Thermo® solutions of CCPA Group are used in the field or tested on new farms. This edition includes some of the feedback on these solutions during the year 2021.

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July 29, 2022

Leaky gut: a consequence of heat stress to be taken into account

During heat episodes, blood is diverted to the skin to eliminate internal heat. As a result, the intestines are less irrigated and the cells less oxygenated. The junctions between the cells loosen, which can allow certain germs and toxins to enter the bloodstream. The absorption of nutrients is reduced. All this greatly deteriorates the comfort of the animals by causing oxidative stress and inflammation. This syndrome is known as “leaky gut”.

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June 22, 2022
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InnoFeed podcast: our experts speak out on heat stress

At the end of 2021, two CCPA Group employees were invited to take part in the InnoFeed podcast, the podcast that interviews the players in the animal feed industry in a 20 to 40 minute format. Bernard Gozlan, expert in feed ingredient specialities and host of the podcast, welcomed two of our CCPA Product Managers, Anne-Sophie Valable (Monogastric Product Manager) and Jean Pascard (Ruminants Product Manager), to discuss one of the key topics of the moment: the impact of heat stress in animal production.

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Your testimonies

  • Group of pig farmers

    Czech Republic

    “We used Thermo®Control to ensure the thermal comfort of our sows. Tested on nearly 10,700 sows during the summer, without changing the nutritional values of the feed and without taking any particular measures, results were immediately observed.”

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