Most infections with occupational diseases occur at slaughter, when humans handle potentially infected meat or body fluids. We’ll introduce two major ones here: erysipelas and S. suis infection.
The most difficult thing for sows is learning to open doors. Here we show an easy and practical way to achieve it.
Some of the take-home messages of this article are: M. hyo transmits slowly within exposed populations, but pigs can shed for long periods of time.
The impact of Chinese tariffs on US pork, the pork exports picture, feed costs forecast and more...
Practical implications of a study that analyzes the consequences of litter standardization by weight or number and the supply of creep feeding.
Total born, use of toxin binder, farrowing assistance and health status show an association with sow mortality due to uterine prolapses.
Joan Aparicio and Lluís Ferrer share their experience on how to prepare the replacement animals with Joan Wennberg.
The skin is the first defensive line, as is the largest organ of the body.
Let’s hope that spring makes consumption grow. The foreign markets hesitate, and it will not be easy to sell the European surpluses.