Replacement gilts recently introduced and piglets prior to weaning are the main risk groups.
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Increasing inclusion of field pea reduces dietary crude protein digestibility but without negative impact on performance.
These results revealed that commercial swine may be deficient in serum vitamin D at varying times of the year, and feed-supplement concentrations may vary.
Question of the week 04-Mar-2015
Surrounding holdings with high hedge fences reduces the risk of airborne transmission.
Therefore, our results suggest that low birth weight has minimal impact on meat quality.
Thoughts on lucky lessons of PEDv: Dr. Paul Sundberg talks about working on our preparedness.
Photo of the week 05-Mar-2015
Carcasses showed a good body condition and a pronounced cyanosis in the area of the ventral abdomen and the ventral throat.
Tool that allows you to calculate the replacement rate in your farm.
The prices recover both in northern and southern Europe.
Today, nearly all genetic suppliers of replacement breeding stock in North America are free of M.hyo.
These results suggest that some salivary metabolites could be biomarkers of the pre‐pubertal stage in gilts.
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