Three videos that illustrate how to make an appropriate transition between several key clean and dirty zones.
Let's clarify what are the clean and dirty zones and its boundaries. A series of articles will discuss how to apply segregation principles to farm zones for the prevention of pathogen entry.
The second part of this article tells us what we can learn from sow's nesting instinct, creep-feed intake, relationship with the operator and groups formation in camping systems for use in our closed farms.
- 10AprUSA: AVMA releases its first-ever guidelines for depopulation of animals
- 5MarDenmark: Targeted focus on animal welfare in pig housing
- 26FebCanada: changes to humane transport requirements under the Health of Animals Regulations
- 22FebEU: to facilitate a sustainable use of fertilisers for all farmers
How much space is needed to optimise performance with the current slaughter weights?
When was the last time that you disinfected your cellphone?
Pig reproduction and summer are not good friends, Heat comes, daylight hours drop, fertility decreases and the vets come across more reproductive pathology than during the rest of the year. Why doing always the same does not always yield the same result?
It is not only related to NPDs, but it can also have a greater impact than we first thought.