After transporting and changing accommodation, raising conditions, etc. pigs will feel tired and stressful. Isolation will help pigs to relax and keep away from new germs.
Upon isolation and health recovery after transportation and environmental changes, the gilts GF24 should approach germs at the farm to build their typical immune system to prevent the diseases. Therefore, it is required to create an immune system for digestive system (feeding with stools of sow of the 1st litter mixed with bran, small intestine of piglet), reproductive system (cutting and feeding with placenta and stillbirths) and respiratory system (gilts/sows of the 1st litter with newly entering pigs at the rate of 1:5). The above-mentioned waste is free-of-charge multi-strain and most effective vaccine source.
The immune system plays a crucial role in helping the body prevent and fight against pathogens. The immune system will work effectively when pathogens are known and recorded to the memory so the body knows how to fight against them; therefore, isolation and adaptation for gilts when they are newly imported will help the immune system get used to pathogens and become effective.
7 months is the matured age of the gilts GF24 and the weight of 135 kg allows them to reach standard size, ensuring enough energy to produce milk, become pregnant and have babies later. This also helps gilts to give birth to 7 – 8 litters. In addition, it is required to ensure 2 breeding times so that gilts may meet standards on ovulation, reproductive system, breast gland, and endocrine system developed synchronously to be ready for mating and ensuring productivity later.
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