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Practical Pig Keeping

Handbook / Manual
By: Paul Smith
208 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Crowood Press
Practical Pig Keeping
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The pig industry is committed to intensive indoor pig production as well as indoor straw-based production and extensive outdoor systems. This illustrated manual provides up-to-date information for successful pig keeping. Topics covered include: getting started; breeding for future generations; making the most of nutrition; management - pigs and people; the breeding sow; raising piglets; market considerations; pig health matters and the way forward.

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Getting started; breeding for future generations; making the most of nutrition; management - pigs and people; the breeding sow; raising piglets; market considerations; pig health matters; the way forward.

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Biography

Paul Smith studied Animal Production at the University College of North Wales. His first appointment was with ADAS Great House Experimental Husbandry Farm where he undertook applied research into pigs. In 1978 he became ADAS Pig Specialist in Norfolk and East Suffolk and in 1987 set up PIGSPEC, an independent consultancy advising on management of a wide range of herds. Resident -Norwich, Norfolk
Handbook / Manual
By: Paul Smith
208 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Crowood Press
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