Professional Research and Development Team
Bioking Group has established a research and development center, and its research department officially entered the Innovation Incubation Center of National Chung Cheng University in 2001. In addition to actively developing new products and technologies, the company also collaborates with laboratories in major universities and engages in industry-academia cooperation with National Taiwan University, National Chung Cheng University, and National Chiayi University. By combining innovative technologies with academic research, Bioking Group is pushing the animal husbandry to a new milestone.
Core Technology—Herb-Porch Health Tech.
To meet the modern consumers' demand for high-quality food and the growing trend towards wellness, Bioking has developed "Herb-Porch Health Tech." This technology involves extracting special Chinese medicinal herbs, as well as European herbs such as lavender, sage, basil, etc., and adding them to animal feed. By doing so, toxins are eliminated, immunity is strengthened, disease prevention is enhanced, and it helps eliminate gamey flavors while increasing the sweetness and tenderness of the meat. This technique has been presented multiple times at international meat industry conferences and has garnered recognition from scholars and experts from over 150 countries. It is also the first animal health management and meat quality improvement technology in Taiwan to receive support from international research papers and scientific journals.
Validated by studies from National Chiayi University and internationally published research papers
Rich in antioxidant substances
Abundant unsaturated fat
Tender texture Fragrant and sweet flavor Light and refreshing taste
Professional Research Reports
According to a published paper by Professor Lien Tu-Fa from National Chiayi University and the inspection report on HerbPork livers by the National Animal Industry Foundation, it has been found that Herb-Porch Health Tech. effectively eliminates chemical residue in animals. Additionally, this technology ensures that meat from any pig breed or lineage does not have a gamey flavor. The research paper on HerbPork conducted by Professor Lin Kou-Joong from National Chiayi University further confirms that Herb-Porch Health Tech. enables the retention of antioxidant substances in animal bodies, helping to combat free radicals.
Research Papers Publications
- H. S. Yeh, K. J. Lin and T. F. Lien. Effects of supplemental traditional Chinese herbal complex medicine on the feasible of antibiotics substitution and meat quality of pigs. 2006. The Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies (AAAP) Conference. Korea.
- H. S. Yeh, C. M. Liao, C. K. Chou, and T. F. Lien. Effects of supplemental various levels of Chinese traditional herbal complex medicine on the feasible of antibiotics substitution and meat quality of pigs. 2007. Meat science and Technology Congress. China.
- H. S. Yeh, B. C. Weng, K. J. Lin, T. F. Lien. Effects of supplemental various levels of Chinese traditional herbal medicine complex on the feasibility of antibiotics substitution of pigs. 2008. The Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies (AAAP) Conference. Vietnam
- C. L. Ye, H. J. Hsu, M. Y. Chen and K. J. Lin. The characteristics of pork antioxidant activity as affected by formulated with Chinese herbal medicine feeds in LYD crossbred Hogs. 2008. The Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies (AAAP) Conference. Vietnam
- T. F. Lien and K. J. Lin. Effects of supplemental Chinese traditional herbal medicine complex on the growth performance, carcass characteristics and meat quality of male Holstein calves. 2009. 55th ICoMST. Denmark.
- C. M. Liao, Y. N. Huang, C. H. Chao and K. J. Lin. Effect of supplemental Chinese traditional herbal medicine complex on egg qualities and processing quality characteristics of laying hens. 2013. 11th World Conference on Animal Production (11th WCAP). China.
- C. M. Liao, S. H. Tsai, C. K. Yang, K. J. Lin and C. H. Chao. Effect of Chinese traditional herbal medicine complex on egg production of laying hens. 2013. 1 1th World Conference on Animal Production (11th WCAP). China.