Proven control of ileitis* for dependable, reliable results

Pork producers rely on Tylan to manage ileitis, which can be found in up to 96% of swine herds globally.  Economic losses due to ileitis have been estimated at between $1-5 per pig depending on variable prices for pigs, building spaces, and feed. Ileitis causes a thickening of the mucosa of the small intestine and colon 1, and Tylan controls ileitis by accumulating in the cells of the intestinal lining where infection occurs.2  By controlling ileitis, Tylan Premix helps reduce attrition and produce more Full Value Pigs.3

With assured active ingredient levels in every batch, Tylan delivers consistent, dependable results.



*Associated with Lawsonia intracellularis

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1. Gebhart, C. and McOrist, S. 2012. “Proliferative Enteropathy” Diseases of Swine, 10th Edition. Chapter 59. pgs 811-819

2.  Paradis, M. et al. 2005. “Subclinical ileitis produced by sequential dilutions of Lawsonia intracellularis in a mucosal homogenate challenge model." Proc. AASV: 189-192

3.. Elanco trial T1XPETUK0101. Data on file.

4. Pelger, G., Ritter, M., Eggers, K. 2012 "Tylan Premix Impact on Full Value Pig Metrics." Proc. AASV