Baby Pig Restart® by TechMix

By TechMix


Baby Pig Restart® 

by TechMix

Baby Pig Restart® is a top-dress powder to encourage feed intake in young pigs at weaning.

Baby Pig Restart is also available in an Animal Protein Free formula, Baby Pig Restart APF.

The transition to dry feed for a weaned pig is a challenging event.  Reduction in nutrient intake sets the young pig back in development.  Baby Pig Restart® is an  attractant that entices pigs to eat dry feed more quickly.  In addition to getting the young pig back on feed more quickly, Baby Pig Restart also provides additional nutrients and energy needed to help avoid starve-outs and stunting.

When to Use: 

•  Top-dress on starter feeds to entice young pigs to consume dry feed after weaning
•  Add to gruel to provide added energy and nutrients to reduce fall behinds when pigs are weaned
•  Introduce the last 2-3 days before weaning
•  Use to restart fall-back pigs


  • Highly palatable and aromatic: attracts pigs to feed allowing quicker weaning transition
  • Acidified to help promote optimum digestion
  • Can be top-dressed, mixed in drinking water or drenched
  • Offered in an animal protein free formula which does not contain animal proteins
  • Original Baby Pig Restart, contains bovine blood plasma and protein; whey and animal energy sources
Directions for Use:
Use product for 2 days, whether on feed or in water.

Top dress up to 1/2 ounce by weight (1 fl. oz) per pig of Baby Pig Restart on the pig starter, 1 ounce/pig/day maximum.

Liquid Feeding (Gruel):

Day 1 post weaning: Mix 4 ounces of Baby Pig Restart in 1 quart of warm water to form a palatable gruel. Feed one quart gruel per 20 pigs two to three times per day in a pan to attract pigs. 

For 1-5 Day Old Pigs:

Mix one part of Baby Pig Restart with two parts of water and stir well to make a suspension. Slowly feed 0.5 oz (15 ml) of the suspension on the back of the tongue to severely stunted or starved 1-5 day-old baby pigs. Repeat as needed, typically feed 1 oz (30 ml) of suspension, with a maximum of 2 oz (60 ml) of suspension/pig/day.