The purpose of the Antonius scheme is to produce pigs of very high quality and to meet a number of well-defined requirements for the welfare and production conditions of the pigs, which exceed the minimum requirements of the legislation. Among the requirements are more space requirements, straw requirements in all paths, free-range sows throughout life, no tail cupping as well as feed and health management in the herd and farm management in general.

In cooperation with Danish Crown, Baltic Control® Certification has certified pigs under the Antonius brand scheme since 2011. Farms which are or want to be part of the Antonius brand scheme will get a visit from highly qualified auditors from Baltic Control® Certification once a year.

Read more about the Antonius requirements on the website www.danishcrown.dk. Farmers who want to be part of the Antonius brand scheme please contact Danish Crown directly.

If you have any questions regarding the certification within the Antonius brand scheme or want our certification regulations sent, please contact us by phone +45 86 21 62 11 or by e-mail cert@balticcontrol.com.

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