Five solutions for keeping your sows in top condition
Too lean or too fat. Research shows that 33% to 50% of sows are not in optimal condition. This has a negative impact not only on the sow’s welfare, lifespan and reproductive performance but also on your wallet. A farm with 1.000 sows can easily face financial losses of as much as $27.000. In this whitepaper, we explain the negative impact of sows that are too lean or too fat, and offer you five solutions and practical tips for maintaining a top condition.
- What are the disadvantages and costs of sows that are too lean?
- Why a sow that is too fat costs you double
- Solution to the problem: how to maintain a top condition
- Practical tips
Nedap technology in action
See how Nedap solutions have benefited farms across the USA:
"When the babies leave the farrowing house, they have a lot of weight on them"
"We chose Nedap because we like the simplicity of the Nedap ESF system."
“This is the first group sow management system I have been around I think is less stressful for the sow than being in a stall.”
“The Nedap system works very well for us, and I am happy with the decision we made”
"With Nedap we're able to optimize results"
"The Nedap PPT data helps us select for and improve the feed conversion of the animals we sell."
“The Nedap sow management system is helping me stay in business and be competitive even with my small operation.”
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