Estimated losses associated with M. hyopneumoniae alone and M. hyopneumoniae in combination with PRRSV were among the four health challenges with the highest estimated average loss for all pigs in the study population.
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High inclusion of citrus pulp improves palatability of pork products but decreases pig performance.
Photo of the week 18-Sep-2014
Boar contact is an effective method to stimulate oestrus within 26 days of farrowing in both lactating and weaned sows.
Question of the week 16-Sep-2014
Using the year the sows enter in production for the sow's identification number.
Results suggest that clinical outbreaks of A. pleuropneumoniae are unlikely to be caused only by spread of the pathogen by clinically diseased pigs.
SPACE has been held from September 16 - 19, 2014 in Rennes, France.
This video from BPEX explains how to made norse sows.
This simulator calculates the quantity of
medicine to incorporate in water when
using a flow dispenser.
Well intentioned treatment of piglets at birth may adversely affect the normal early nasopharyngeal or tonsil colonisation making pigs vulnerable to respiratory infections due to potential pathogens present within the herd.
Dietary novelty may be a method to stimulate early exploratory behaviour, feed intake and performance.
The results indicates no evidence of infectivity of the PEDV RNA in the SDPP lot utilized.
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