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With the new animal welfare law, to what age can keep sows in cages after they are covered?

When choosing a gene, what should I look? In the number of pigs that make or weight of piglets born pig?



With the new animal welfare law, to what age can keep sows in cages after they are covered?


With the new animal welfare law, to what age can keep sows in cages after they are covered? From the time of weaning, we can have the bristles in cages up to 4 weeks at most post covered. From 4 week post covered, under the new interpretation that have sent the DARM, the cages will be allowed provided they do not have any block device which allows a block. We should be borne in mind that we have to always respect the meters indicated in the regulation.

When choosing a gene, what should I look? In the number of pigs that make or weight of piglets born pig?


I think when answering this question, an option not exclude the other. What I want is to have a genetic viability of piglets after 5 days of living high and weighing the pig in half over the 1’1-1’2 kg. Not only the weight of the pig, at the time of birth is conditioned to the number of pigs to shop the sow but, as we see on many farms, food at the stage of pregnancy also influences largely on the weight of it.