Article published the May 24, 2017
Livestock production in confinement facilities results in gas emissions such as ammonia (NH3), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2). In pig production, NH3, CH4 and N2O are products of manure decomposition while CO2 is primarily a product of animal metabolism. Ammonium (NH4+), under acidic or neutral pH conditions or NH3 at higher pH levels, contribute ...
Participation in Forum on January 18, 2017
Indeed a good job. congratulations!I am particularly concerned on reproduction impact. Sometimes we see 'fuzzy' symptoms on gestation losses, low viability litters, splay leg, etc that do not match with management or health problems. We have seen that quite often mycotoxins are involved. So, we always consider this option in the reproductives audits we routinely run for customers and strongly reco ...
Article published the September 12, 2013
1 PigCHAMP Pro Europa S.A. C/ Gremios Segovianos, 13. 40195 Segovia. Spain2 IRTA. Finca Camps i Armet. 17121 Monells. Spain3 Pfizer Salud Animal. Avda. de Europa, 20B. Parque Empresarial La Moraleja. 28108 Alcobendas (Madrid). Spain4 NUTEGA. C/ Marconi, 9. 28823 Coslada (Madrid). Spain
Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research 2010 8(3), 599-606Available online at www.inia.es/sjar ISSN: 1695-971-X ...
Article published the June 27, 2012
There is a growing interest in the production of high quality dry-cured meat products for niche market, sometimes associated to the production of autochthonous pig breeds. This requires the production of fat pigs slaughtered at heavy weight (140-160 kg), where fat content and composition play a determinant role in the nutritive, sensory and technological quality of the meat (L&oacut ...
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November 18, 2009
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Approaches to ammonia reduction
This member gave a presentation on November 6, 2009
At the following event:
DELACON - Performing Nature Symposium, Crete 2009