Patholyte effectively deals with the
- GRAM POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE BACTERIA
- GOMBORO DISEASE VIRUS
- NEW CASTLE DISEASE
- AVIAN INFLUENZA ( H1N1 VIRUS)
- PARVO VIRUS
As biosecurity is key to enhanced productivity
within the poultry industry, Patholyte plays a crucial role in effective
biosecurity practise on the farm.
Patholyte is a safe, non-toxic,
non-irritating, non-sensitizing disinfectant with no side effect and residue.
It is effective in dealing with wide
range of pathogens without any side effect on birds and the environment.
It has proven to be effective against :
- Avian Influenza Virus- Bird Flu
- Newcastle Disease Virus
- Drinking Water
- Misting to disinfect Stables in the presence
- Feed Disinfection
- improves feed conversion
- promote immunity
- increases the resistance to disease
- permits an increase in the vitality
- reduces mortality by 80 to 90%
- allows a higher life weight at lower feed
- reduced the use of antibiotics
- eliminates E-coli, salmonella, coccidiosis
- improving the quality of the feed of the animals
- Minimizes the impact of mortality during
- reduced the amount of small eggs increases the
quality and the uniformity of the calibration of eggs
Factors such as hygiene, quality and price are
vital to the profitability of this industry. Patholyte over the years has
proven to provide the solution to ensuring maximum profit in pig farming.
Patholyte provides a holistic approach in
creating a healthy environment and quality animals for profit. It is a natural
solution that fights against pathogens in pig farming.
- Improvement in food conversion ratio
- Reduced factory downgrades
- Healthy and more active pigs
- Lower mortality rates
- Creating a regime which allows for the
elimination of routine antibiotic use. [In feeds] Which can be used as a
Protocol for Complete Cycle
- Pre and after farrowing udder disinfecting with
Patholyte. The procedure should be continued 5 - 7 days after farrowing.
- Additional sow feed disinfecting with Patholyte 5
- 7 days before and 5 - 7 days after farrowing.
- Piglets feed disinfecting at a measured ratio
after they are switched to dry or liquid feed.
- Drinking water disinfecting with Patholyte at a
- In case of diarrhoea a mixture of water and Patholyte
should be given to a diseased animal.
Protocol for Farrowing Cycle
- Disinfecting on a fixed schedule of pig barns by
fogging Patholyte. Fixed ratio per m3 should be observed.
- Disinfecting of drinking water by Patholyte at a
- I case of acute diarrhoeas a mixture at certain
ratio of Patholyte and water should be given to piglets. Fogging of Patholyte
on a more frequent schedule is advised.
- When doing castration Patholyte should be applied
for fast recovery.
- Uterus disinfecting with Patholyte is also
Protocol for Weaner
- Pig farm disinfecting by fogging Patholyte before
new arrivals and during the cycle on a fixed schedule.
- Drinking water disinfecting by adding Patholyte
into the water at a certain ratio.
- In case of acute diarrhoea use mixture of Patholyte
and water as advised for Farrowing cycle.
Protocol for Grower / Finisher Cycle
- Drinking water disinfecting by adding Patholyte into
the water at a certain ratio.
- Disinfecting of pig barns by fogging Patholyte at
a certain ratio in the presence of animals and on a fixed schedule.
- Special fogging procedures should be applied in
case of cough, pneumonia or any respiratory disease.
- For all cycles we advise to disinfect liquid
and/or dry feed by spraying/adding Patholyte at a certain ratio per ton.