Effect of gruel and Tonisity Px™ on feed intake and weight gain at weaning
The transition to weaning and dry food intake is a well-documented problem in pig management.

Weight gain in the first week post-weaning has a large impact upon subsequent performance and
economics of the pig. Decreased feed intake after weaning results in a post-weaning growth check that causes significant production losses and has negative impacts on gut health. The immediate post-weaning period may also see a significant proportion of pigs that have subnormal water intake for up to 48 hours.