María Aparicio

María Aparicio
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PigCHAMP Pro Europa. Spain

Born in Segovia in 1976, Maria became a licensed veterinarian in 1999 with a degree from UCM, and in 2000 she began working at the Proinserga R+D Department. She then moved on to PigCHAMP Pro Europa, S.L. in November of 2000.

Since then she has worked on company management and data analysis, developing protocols for the department such as data collection, data introduction, farm management, production data analysis and consulting, presentations and papers in both international and national congresses and conventions, writing articles for different magazines and websites, as well as sales work, customer service, and personnel training. She is currently the director of the department.   

Updated CV 16-May-2012


Seasonal effects (temperature and light): analysis and minimization of their consequences

29-Oct-2012 (7 years 17 days ago)

It is a widely documented fact that pig production has seasonal variations mainly focused on a descent in the reproductive efficiency in the gestation phase (difficulty in the coming into oestrus, a higher number of reproductive failures) during the summer and autumn months.

Seasonal effects: analysis and minimization