A farrow-to-finish farm went from 10% to 50% of returns to oestrus, and almost 90% of them were regular.
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The average mortality increased by 2.5% due to the animals that presented with myelitis and ascending infections along the spine. Find out how the problem could be solved without returning to tail docking.
With this new site, the company will be able to respond to the growing global demand for foot-and-mouth disease and Bluetongue virus control.
Establishing Day 0 is a crucial step in disease control and elimination programs and should be carefully performed by swine health professionals.
Changes on the source of replacement animals are always difficult decisions. Monitoring through testing before the introduction of the new animals into the farm is not sufficient.