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Gestating sows digest energy in diets more efficiently than growing gilts, according to a recent study from the University of Illinois that is shedding light on
The U.S. swine industry is entering a new frontier that has the potential to lower herd-health risks from incoming gilts.
Thoroughly-trained gilts develop into comfortable and productive sows. Gilt training sets the stage for success for every sow in your herd.
The strategy involves synchronizing the gilts so they come into heat at the same time, in order to properly manage the number of inseminations targeted for each
The infection/prevention chain concept brings together new and existing knowledge in swine diseases management.
A feeding method recommended for underprivileged piglets that requires attention to details but pays dividends in speeding up the growth of small-for-age weaner
Symptoms, treatments and preventative measures for the six most common diseases in pre-weaning, post-weaning and in breeding animals worldwide
New requirements mandate that sows and gilts must be fed diets rich in fiber and contain sufficient energy to meet their needs.
The recent increase and spread of outbreaks of African swine fever in Central and Eastern Europe has prompted the authorities in a number of European Union