By: John Gadd
588 pages, Figs, tabs
Solving problems on pig farms doesn't become any easier with the passage of time. This is an intensely practical book, which deals with pig production problems all over the world. As well as compiling a series of checklists, the author provides the reasons why the actions should be considered and, where available, gives the back-up evidence from trial work. Equally important are the econometrics (cost-effectiveness) of the advice given - the author is a pioneer in this field. Aimed at owners, managers and stockpeople as well as students, veterinarians and commercial advisors, it is written in an easy, no-nonsense style. The book contains a lifetime's experience of tackling problems on over 3,000 pig farms in 23 countries from one of the world's most travelled pig consultants.
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