Porcine Health Management

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Characteristics of repeat-breeding female pigs on southern EU commercial farms

A repeat-breeding (RB) occurrence increases non-productive days of female pigs
(NPD), and consequently decreases herd productivity. However, characteristics of RB female pigs are not well defined or studied in swine. Also, few studies have compared lifetime reproductive performance between RB and non-RB female pigs.
Type
Abstract
Year
2016
Topic
Reproduction

2016 ESPHM Program and Abstract Book

Type
Program Book
Year
2016
Topic
Miscellaneous

2015 ESPHM Program and Abstract Book

Type
Program Book
Year
2015
Topic
Miscellaneous

2014 ESPHM Program and Abstract Book

Type
Program Book
Year
2014
Topic
Miscellaneous

PAPULAR DERMATITIS IN PIGS CAUSED BY MIDGE BITES IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Reports of biting midges are rare in the literature. The importance of parasitic
arthropods to pig production depends of the geographical location and the
production system used. The direct economic impact of biting midges on pig
production has not been studi
Type
Abstract
Year
2014
Topic
Animal Welfare and Nutrition

2013 ESPHM Program and Abstract Book

Type
Program Book
Year
2013
Topic
Miscellaneous

2012 ESPHM Program and Abstract Book

Type
Program Book
Year
2012
Topic
Miscellaneous

2011 ESPHM Program and Abstract Book

Type
Program Book
Year
2011
Topic
Miscellaneous

ESPHM 2010 Program book

This book contains the program only
Type
Program Book
Year
2010
Topic
Miscellaneous

ESPHM 2009 Program and Abstract book

This book contains the ESPHM program and the proceedings
Type
Program Book
Year
2009
Topic
Miscellaneous