aitex_logo2.png (15747 bytes)
rule2c.png (2151 bytes)rule2e.png (367 bytes) rule2a.png (208 bytes) rule2b.png (654 bytes)
book_hi.png (1963 bytes) mod_lo.png (3623 bytes) av_lo.png (2684 bytes)
Pig Production for Vets and Producers (1997)
Proceedings from the Post Graduate Foundation in Veterinary Science conference, 17-21 Feb. 1997
The practical topics include: Experience with therapeutics for the treatment of pleuropneumonia; Air quality and "All in - all out" production; Artificial insemination revival; SEW: Does it really eliminate the pathogens or do the gains come from all in all out management?; Weaner - grower nutrition review; Sow nutrition review; Epidemiological studies in reproduction in sows: therapeutic approaches to treating urogenital tract infections; Segregated Early Weaning: The technology is well understood but how did the small end of the US market adapt to this technology?; The impact of SEW on herd reproduction and growth performance; What's expected from a breeding company vet? What can you realistically check for?; Seasonal effects on production; Reducing the cost of medication on farms - what's the minimum possible and what are the risks? Eradication of mange; Lameness in sows; Cost of production in the Australian industry; How AUSPIG is being applied on farms. Its place and its limitations; Antibiotic quality assurance programs; Achieving 90% farrowing rate and 12 pigs born alive; PST, IGF, Ractopamine, Betaine and Chromium picolinate on pig performance; Achieving 700 grams per day from birth to sale; Developing an outdoor herd on a greenfield site - planning to full production. 342 pages plus Index.

1 Australia - Price includes GST, where applicable A$91
2 New Zealand A$88
3 Asia, including China, India, Japan A$95 US$52
4 North America, including Canada and Mexico A$99 US$54
5 Europe, Africa, South America A$103 US$56
If you are not sure which zone applies to you, please e-mail us your address and we will let you know.


2002 Somnia