By Mike A Varley, Julian Wiseman
Weaning represents an important problem to each younger piglet and the good fortune of the method is important to the lifetime functionality of the animal. The transition from a liquid vitamin to 1 that's frequently according to dry meals components is followed via significant alterations in digestive body structure, immune prestige and social and actual environments. winning weaning is, hence, the most important to powerful progress, feed potency and the following improvement of the pig. This booklet has been built from a British Society of Animal technological know-how occasional assembly, held in September 2000. The Weaner Pig: nutrients and Management brings jointly all of the clinical disciplines thinking about the pre- and post-weaning biology of the piglet, focusing on growth/development, nutrients, immunology/health, ethology and the actual atmosphere.
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In this chapter, examination of the pattern of both energy intake and growth rate and their factors of variation allows the identification of periods of energy and growth deficit. Clearly, the most pronounced periods of deficit are the second half of lactation and the transition from nursing to weaning. However, insufficient intake of colostrum Weaner Pig Chap 02 26/9/01 36 2:01 PM Page 36 J. Le Dividich and B. Sève 700 Growth rate (g day–1) 600 Pellets Liquid feed 500 400 300 200 100 0 1 2 3 4 Week after weaning Fig.
75 per day and reaches a plateau at 14–21 days after weaning. It can be seen from Fig. 75 per day, which accounts for 60–70% of the pre-weaning milk ME intake. e. about three times MEm. Again, the level attained may be variable, depending on both nutritional and environmental factors. Nutritional factors DIETARY ENERGY. Growing/finishing pigs are relatively well adapted to adjust their dry food intake to meet their energy requirements, so that dietary energy concentration may vary within a fairly large range of values.
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The Weaner pig : nutrition and management by Mike A Varley, Julian Wiseman