Feed blended with lactic acid bacteria

Poultry Swine

Finelact® for Pig

Supports pig heath by forming intestinal flora with a preponderance of helpful bacteria The most important condition for raising healthy pigs is the health of the pigs’ intestinal flora (intestinal flora with a preponderance of helpful bacteria).

Administering Finelact for pigs with a selection of Lactobacillus bifidus and lactic acid bacteria, which acts as healthy intestinal bacteria, colonizes and propagates helpful bacteria in the pigs’ intestines and this helps maintain the health of the pigs.

Good intestinal flora leads to delicious meat production

In the pig breeding environment in recent years, Lactobacillus bifidus, the most important bacteria in pigs, has had more difficulty colonizing, and lactic acid bacteria appears to be considerably weaker. Weaning tends to induce a state of low levels of helpful bacteria in piglet intestines, and this is thought to have a negative impact on subsequent growth. In addition, when the sow has a preponderance of helpful bacteria, it not only helps maintain a healthy intestinal environment, but also colonize helpful bacteria in the newborn pigs, and in this way supports the formation of healthy intestinal flora.

When healthy intestinal flora with a preponderance of helpful bacteria is formed, it can support stable intestinal health. In order to create such an intestinal flora environment, Finelact for pigs can be used to increase helpful bacteria, which helps pigs grow healthily and can be expected to increase weight and growth rates and also to produce delicious meat.

Product characteristics

High active concentration of L. reuteri bacteria from healthy pigs

Finelact for piglets has a high concentration of lactic acid bacteria and Lactobacillus bifidus, including our proprietary L. reuteri selected from healthy pigs.

Can be used with pigs for meat and breeding in a broad range of stages, from feeding to fattening.

For use when relocating the piggery, weaning, changing the feed, etc.

Lactic acid bacteriaLactic acid bacteria (L. reuteri)

Lactobacillus bifidusLactobacillus bifidus

Product overview

Feed type

Feed blended with lactic acid bacteria


20 g x 10 sacks in pouch
*1 sack (20 grams) = For 50 meat pigs (feeding to fattening) or 8 breeding pigs

Cautions for storage

Before opening: Can be preserved for two years by freezing (-20℃; household freezer can be used).
After opening: Use promptly after opening.

Administration example
  1. When administered with drinking water using a proportional flow mixer
    Amount of drinking water
    Calculate the amount of drinking water per pig and set the amount of water drunk within 2-3 hours on the mixer.
    *This differs with the age of the pig and type of mixer, so please confirm with us in advance.
    Example when administering within 2-3 hours to 100 piglets immediately after weaning
    • Set proportional flow mixer to 2% addition
    • Overall drinking water amount→100 pigs x 50 ml (provisional) = 5.0 l
    • Solution volume 5.0 l x 0.02 (2%) = 100 ml
    • Amount of Finelact for pigs → 2 sacks / 100 pigs
      For 5.0 liters of water, add two sacks (40 grams) of Finelact for pigs to 100 ml of water and set the mixer.
  2. When administrating orally
    Dissolve 1 sack (20 g) of Finelact for pigs in 50 ml of water and administer 1 ml per meat pig.
  3. When administering to breeding pigs by top dressing
    Administer by dressing the feed with 2-3 grams per pig at feeding time.
Cautions for administration
  • Avoid mixing with another product.
  • Take from freezer and return to room temperature around 30-60 minutes before using.
  • For the water, room temperature water (10-25℃) can used if the chlorine concentration is at the level of tap water (around 2 ppm).
  • The mixing container should be adequately cleaned in advance to avoid any impact from residue.
  • When mixing, sprinkle in Finelact for pigs a little at a time while stirring adequately with a whisk, etc.
  • Use promptly after opening. Use the entire contents of the sack.
    (Administering more than the recommended amount is fine.)