Use the probe of an intrauterine AI catheter to provide colostrum.
Swine veterinarian. Spain
• He graduated in Veterinary Science/Medicine from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in 1998.
• MSc in Pig Production in 1998 (University of Aberdeen).
• European College Porcine Health and Management (ECPHM) Degree in 2013.
Since he graduated he has worked as a swine consultant, concentrating mainly on:
• Production, financial and health assessment of pig farms.
• Training applied to own production systems, on own the farms, adapted to the reals needs of each farm.
• Adjusting different production systems (batch management every 2, 3, 4, 5 or 3-2 weeks) to the production facts of each farm in order to optimise the premises and the staff.
• Start-up of new farms and staffs, as well as arranging the management guidelines in already implemented production systems.
He has participated in several seminars for farmers and veterarians at a national and international level, and he has published several articles and case studies, mainly in 3tres3 (pig333) and the magazine Suis.
Since September 2014 he has joined IDT Biologika's international team to manage its technical service in Spain and Portugal.
Updated CV 28-Nov-2014
Make a hole in one of the ends and place a soda vacuum plug so the feed troughs can be cleaned more easily.
Usual standard on many farms to identify a sow with different genetics quickly.
A series of unsuccessful measures are taken until the problem is finally solved.
We move a plastic ring along the water drainpipe, leaving it at a series of pre-established marks.
Wrap the sow's card in a clear plastic bag and write down the data with a thick marker
Write down events or treatments on the windows as if they were a blackboard.
The goal is to record the sows' feeding level when fed manually.