We talk about weight and age at mating, stall adaptation, flushing, how to perform heat detection and insemination, the convenience or inconvenience of segregating the gilts
30 years ago, the idea of setting up a conveyor belt like the ones that are (or were) used in poultry farming appeared.
The most difficult thing for sows is learning to open doors. Here we show an easy and practical way to achieve it.
Practical implications of a study that analyzes the consequences of litter standardization by weight or number and the supply of creep feeding.