Cross-sectional sampling (different age groups during one herd visit) has the advantage that results are obtained quickly.
articles about bloodTags
Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae infections: clinical signs and diagnosis
On the basis of the results of this study, it is possible that unthrifty nursery pigs may be identified by blood chemistry analysis at a time when they are showing no outward signs of disease.Evaluation of blood parameters as an early assessment of health status
Interest of the serological tests related to PCV2
Given the high prevalence of the infection due to the PCV2 and its presence in healthy and sick animals, the serological tests against this pathogen have been questioned as a diagnostic test.
Pathogenicity: why are some strains pathogenic while some are not?
The factors of virulence allow the pathogenic strains to survive inside the animal and cause the infection, while the non-virulent strains lack these factors and can only survive in the upper respiratory tract as colonisers.
Hydrolyzed feather meal can be an excellent source of protein supplement finishing pigsAmino acid supplementation of hydrolyzed feather meal diets for finish
The use of salbutamol in finishing diets does not affect pig behaviour and physiologyThe effects of R-salbutamol on behaviour and physiology of finishing p
Dietary chromium supplementation do not reduce the negative impact of the thermal stressThe effects of dietary chromium (III) picolinate on growth performance