Article published the September 13, 2010
In general the development of hyper prolific sows has been associated with a dramatic increase in perinatal mortality. Analysis of the performance of French sow herds (IFIP, 2007) indicates that total number of piglets born per litter increased from 11.9 in 1996 to 13.8 in 2006. Simultaneously, total mortality increased from less than 19% up to 21%, with about 25% of herds losing ...
News published on November 11, 2009
Dr. Sylviane Boulot, from LÍFIP- Institut du Porc, talks about "High Involvement Management: Relief of the colateral effects for the survival of swine" and hes current researchs at the institute. The interview was recorded at the 15th edition of ABRAVES (Brazilian Society of Swine Veterinarians), held at Uberlandia, from the 26th to the 29th of October.
Video published on November 6, 2009
Sylviane Boulot from the L´IFIP - Institut du Porc, talks to Engormix.com about high prolificacy in french herds and the possibility to alliviate the side effect on piglet survival.
Photo posted on November 4, 2009
Manejo da alta prolificidade em plantéis franceses: podemos aliviar os efeitos colaterais na sobrevivência dos leitões
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