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Participation in Forum on July 12, 2017
We need to keep the producers well informed, so as not to be discouraged if we cover long lists, the risk is to overwhelm the producers and they will not do anything. Focus well on risk events, clear rules, and maximum attention to the potential entry of pathogens. Studying the right company strategy to find out the critical points that can make pathogens enter, the general recommendations are the ...
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Participation in Forum on July 7, 2017
I have a question? : The stability of fatty acids may alter the quality of the pig meat that has undergone working. As antioxidants in pig meals, is it better to supplement omega 3 (extruded linseed) or a selenium supplement + Vitamin E? What's more about meat quality traits (Ph,color, drip loss) and conversion index? Thanks.
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Participation in Forum on July 7, 2017
Have described that the vet is the guardian of biosecurity, but be careful because he or she becomes a visitor, and therefore a major risk factor for our breeds, especially when one day they visit different herds. So also the veterinarian must follow a rigorous biosecurity protocol. The breeder must be the greatest guarantor of his breeding.
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Participation in Forum on July 6, 2017
Everyone involved in the breeding, managers, breeders, employees who has behavior, routine communication and a common sense should be understood that the rules and procedures of biosecurity can be easily maintained on the farm, the rules and The procedures that are being implemented to protect the health of our herds and to prevent the entry of diseases into our company. These rules and procedures ...
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Participation in Forum on July 5, 2017
Disease pressure is growing as pigs grow in size. The application of very strict hygienic protocols can help reduce disease pressure. Pig producers have to change their mentality, We have less and less antibiotics and diseases are increasingly persistent in breeding, we can only improve by improving hygiene management, improving internal and external biosecurity and applying valid vaccination plan ...
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Participation in Forum on May 18, 2017
I wanted to ask Dr. Desrues, I used the tannin in combination with organic and inorganic acids, in growing pigs, and I found an enhancement of the effects. Is it just my feeling on the field, or do you have any evidence that this happens, or is it a useless combination? Thank you for the reply.
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Participation in Forum on May 15, 2017
Have 115.4 days of average gestation 12, 2 born alive 2.37 births / sow year Average weight at birth 1,103 kg. Breed large white pure A few mummies and not always small periods throughout the year 1000 sows, the production of heavy pigs for Parma ham Final pigs crossed with Duroc I look forward to other ideas on how to increase weight at birth
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Discussion created on May 15, 2017
A question to those who deal with pigs, do you think what really influences the weight of piglets at birth? Each account is welcome .... Thank you.
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Participation in Forum on May 15, 2017
I use a very similar food plan, but at 5 days before delivery, I administer a specific perennial feed, up to 2 days after delivery, the goal is a better passage from feeding feed to lactation and enriching the production of colostrum. The day of birth, fasting, and forced colostrum to smaller pigs, if they also need breastfeeding (see video). After similar planes up to 10 days, then ad libitum, un ...
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Participation in Forum on May 14, 2017
I know weight is important, but my question is what do you do to influence weight at birth? Example different feeding depending on the stage of pregnancy, addition of special additives, or other. Not a personal advertisement, but work arguments. Thank you
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Professional Title: Agro Technician
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