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Five tips for raising sows well
Source: | Author:佚名 | Published time: 2023-03-06 | 295 Views | Share:

1. Management
Traditional pig breeding puts epidemic prevention first, and believes that as long as epidemic prevention is carried out, pigs will not get sick. In fact, this practice is very unscientific, because the vaccine to produce antibodies in pigs will be affected by the pig's physique. Without understanding the pig's physique, blind epidemic prevention will not only play a good role, but sometimes backfire. If some pigs are recessively infected with immunosuppressive diseases, there will be diseases caused by what vaccines are injected. Therefore, before injecting vaccines, it is necessary to first determine whether the pigs are healthy.
The healthy constitution of pigs depends on our careful management, balanced nutrition and strict disinfection. So the key point we need to do well is to manage, that is, create a good living environment for pigs. Only with clean sanitary conditions, suitable temperature and humidity, and good ventilation, pigs will have a suitable living space.
2. Feed
It is not enough for pigs to have only a suitable living environment. The second major factor for raising pigs well is to provide balanced nutrition supply for pigs, select high-quality feed, strictly control the quality of feed, and strictly match the proportion according to the nutritional needs of pigs at different stages. Proper living environment and balanced nutrition are the premise for pigs to be healthy.
3. Disinfection
Good disinfection mechanism and correct disinfection method are the third major factor that cannot be ignored in pig production.
In actual operation, the disinfection interval should be controlled at every 7 days under normal production conditions. If there is an epidemic situation, the disinfection should be strengthened according to the situation, and the disinfection interval should not be blindly delayed. The dilution concentration of the disinfectant should also be strictly diluted according to the proportion, and the concentration of the disinfectant should not be blindly reduced or increased. That will not only not achieve good disinfection effect but also cause waste, and the replacement of the solution should not be too frequent, One disinfectant * should be replaced at least once every 15 days to 20 days, but it cannot be used for a long time, which will not achieve good disinfection effect.
4. Epidemic prevention
Reasonable immunization procedures and correct immunization methods are the fourth major factor in pig production. Why should we put epidemic prevention in the fourth place? Because only by doing the above three points of epidemic prevention can we get a good result.
The formulation of immunization procedures should be based on the actual situation of disease epidemic in the pig farm and the place where the pig farm is located. The selection, storage and injection of vaccines should also be strictly controlled. If one operation is improper, it may lead to the failure of immunization and not achieve the desired effect.
5. Health
To do the above four points well, although it may significantly reduce the incidence of pig disease and improve the physique of the pig population, it is not perfect. After all, there are many diseases that have not yet been vaccinated, some vaccines are still very unstable, and the protection rate is not high. Therefore, in addition to adhering to the above four basic factors, the current pig production, in the face of increasingly complex pig diseases, such as porcine blue-ear disease virus, porcine parasitic diseases, porcine circovirus infection The prevalence of respiratory syndrome and eperythrozoon suis disease requires that the breeder must pay attention to the long-term health care of the pig herd, and formulating reasonable and feasible health care procedures is the top priority in the current pig production, which brooks no delay.
To sum up, with strengthened management, pigs will have a good living environment. With balanced nutrition, pigs will have a strong physique. With good disinfection, pigs will be less exposed to pathogenic microorganisms, and the incidence rate will decline. With good epidemic prevention, pigs' antibodies will be enhanced, and their disease resistance will be improved. With good health care, the above four deficiencies can be remedied.
These five elements are indispensable and interlinked. As long as they are well done one by one, the healthy development of the pig industry can be guaranteed.