Time flies and wild boar breed at a faster rate than our ability to control them.
The overgrowth of horn of the claw leading to slipper feet, cracking or separation, and secondary septic laminitis has a multifactorial origin.
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?
Can it be useful? How?
Producing well with a low antimicrobial usage: Is it possible in high pig-density areas? And, what is the role of the age at weaning?
The farmer contacted the veterinary surgeon concerning an increase of respiratory distress and mortality in the finishing pigs during the previous 3 days.