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Health management, disease prevention and treatment in swine

Health management, disease prevention and treatment in swine

WHAT IS THE T.G.E DISEASE? HOW TO TREAT AND PREVENT?
WHAT IS THE T.G.E DISEASE? HOW TO TREAT AND PREVENT?
Transmissible gastroenteritis (T.G.E) is a gastro-intestinal contagious disease of pigs caused by virus from the Coronaviridae family. The virus is stable in cold temperatures and has acid resistance so it can go through stomach to infect in small intestine.
SIDE EFFECTS OF TRANQUILIZER INFECTED PORK
SIDE EFFECTS OF TRANQUILIZER INFECTED PORK
Recently a slaughter house in Binh Chanh district, Ho Chi Minh city have been accused for injecting tranquilizer to pigs before slaughtering in order to make the pork more tough, more wet and remain fresh for a couple of hours after which would rise their price. Realizing this fact make the...
PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE & RESPIRATORY SYNDROME (PRRS) – EFFECTIVE TREATMENT & PREVENTION
PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE & RESPIRATORY SYNDROME (PRRS) – EFFECTIVE TREATMENT & PREVENTION
Until Febuary 26th 2013, PRRS outbreaks which hadn’t passed 21-day period with thousands of pigs died and destroyed occurred in Quang Nam, Long An, Quang Tri and Bac Lieu, causing huge economic losses for stockpeople. We would like to introduce to farmers how to recognize, treat and prevent effectively with this...
SYNDROME & THE MOST EFFECTIVE PREVENTION OF MMA
SYNDROME & THE MOST EFFECTIVE PREVENTION OF MMA
Mastitis-metritis-agalactia syndrome (MMA), is a complex syndrome in sows, occurs after birth in a short time from 12 hours to 3 days. The disease is caused by an infection of mammary gland or urogenital tract. MMA leads to increased piglet mortality and reduced weaning weights.
EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF PORCINE EPIDEMIC DIARRHEA
EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF PORCINE EPIDEMIC DIARRHEA
Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (P.E.D) is a disease caused by virus and affect the economy due to the high mortality in piglets and rapidly transmit throughout the herd...