Calcium is most commonly recognized as a critical mineral for bone development and skeletal strength. Magnesium also forms part of the bone matrix and contributes towards skeletal development and strength. But what about the other biological functions of calcium and magnesium? More importantly, can we use these additional functions to improve production efficiency?
12 interesting facts about calcium and magnesium in pigs
Acid Buf is a more bioavailable source of calcium and magnesium, which helps to improve skeletal mineralisation and joint flexibility, maintain digestive health, results in calmer behaviour in sows, improves sow productivity and number of piglets born alive, as well as reducing aggression.