2 edition of Pig management scheme results for 1985 found in the catalog.
Pig management scheme results for 1985
R. F. Ridgeon
by Agricultural Economics Unit, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge in Cambridge (19 Silver Street, Cambridge CB3 9EP)
Written in English
|Series||Agricultural enterprise studies in England and Wales. Economic report -- no.96, Agricultural enterprise studies in England and Wales -- no.96.|
|Contributions||University of Cambridge. Agricultural Economics Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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6 Organic Pig Production in Europe FiBL Piglet mortality appears to be relatively high in organic farms, but high variability between farms suggests that improvement is feasible. Similar-ly, management and housing conditions seem to differ greatly between farms.
This makes it evi-dent that a better knowledge of the relationships. Systems of management: Mainly these systems are classified into those suitable for 1. peasant or village producer 2. large scale commercial producers The peasant or village producer: In most of villages the pigs are left free to roam, such pigs are usefull as scavenger They always pick up offals where they can, some times clean up human and domestic animal.
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