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How much should a weaned piglet eat the first week post-weaning? This highly debated topic is answered from a commercial point of view, balancing potential with
Price should not be the only criterion of a top-end piglet feed. This checklist will provide a guideline to selecting the right feed for the right purpose.
Providing water to suckling and weaned piglets does not stop at having one water outlet per pen as these animals undergo significant digestive development
Despite changes in weaning age, health status and management, piglets still require special feeds to overcome the sudden trauma of early weaning
The primary objective was to investigate the effect on IgG transfer to piglets, piglet mortality and piglet performance.
Understanding gut health is paramount in designing quality post-weaning piglet diets. Feed intake level determines gut health. Gut immunity is a daily challenge
There are a variety of causes of piglet diarrhea; understanding the factors involved will help producers control it.
Early nutritional programming via the maternal diet could be the key to the development and growth of piglets, whereas there is no benefit to supplementing post
Weaning is a source of major stress for the piglet, which has consequences on its digestive function including: reduction of feed intake, sub-optimal digestive
Preventing piglet diarrhea using high levels of zinc oxide often brings about hidden negative consequences.