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Swine (Pig) Production
Main Purpose – to produce pork for Human consumption
Introduction Top 3 Countries in hog production –1.China –2. Russia –3. Unites States
Introduction United States- Leading Hog Producing States: –1. Iowa –2. North Carolina –3. Oklahoma –4. South Dakota –*Leading States are due to the direct relation with the Corn Belt.
Swine (Pig) Production Terms for Understanding Castration – the removal of testicles from the male swine for the purpose of improving feed conversion, disposition and meat quality
Swine (Pig) Production Terms for Understanding Boar – A male pig not castrated that is used for breeding purposes Barrow - A male pig that IS castrated that is entirely meant for pork production
Swine (Pig) Production Terms for Understanding Sow – A female pig that has already produced a litter of baby pigs Gilt - A female pig that has NOT produced a litter of baby pigs
Breeds Of Swine
Duroc Origin-New York/New Jersey Ears- Droopy Color- Cherry Red Misc.-Large Frame, Fast gainers, good mothers, Popular breed
Hampshire Origin-Kentucky Ears-Erect Color-Black with a White Belt Misc.-The “Meat Breed” Excellent Carcass
Berkshire Origin- England Ears-Erect Color-Black with 6 White Points Misc.-Short Snout, Meat type hog
Poland China Origin-Ohio Ears-Droopy Color- Black w/6White points Misc.-Long body thick hams
Spots (Spotted Poland China) Origin-Ohio Ears-Droopy Color-no less than 20% or more than 80% White Misc.-Good mothers, fast gainers
Chester White Origin- Pennsylvania Ears-Droopy Color-White with blue freckles Misc.-good mothers, large frame
Yorkshire Origin-England Ears-Erect Color- White Misc.-The Mother Breed, Largest Litters
Landrace Origin- Denmark Ears-Droopy Color-White Misc.-Extremely Long Body
Swine Reproduction Estrus The period of time a sow is receptive to the male for breeding purposes Comes every 21 days Last for 3 days Ovulation (egg production) occurs
Swine Reproduction Gestation The time between fertilization and giving birth (parturition) 114 Day or 3 months, 3 weeks, and 3 days
Swine Reproduction Farrowing Baby Pig Care - first 2 weeks Give iron shot ¼ cc Clip Teeth Castrate Ear notch
Swine Reproduction Ear Notching Universal Swine Identification system Tags will come off in the feed pen
Swine Reproduction Ear Notching
Swine Reproduction Ear Notching
Swine Reproduction Ear Notching The right (litter) ear is equal to 9+3+3+1=16 The left (pig) ear is equal to 3 This is the 16-3 pig.
Swine (Pig) Production. Main Purpose – to produce pork for Human consumption.
Pork Industry Lets get started!. TERMS TO KNOW Sow- Mature Female pig Boar- Male pig Barrow – castrated male pig Piglet- Young pig Gilt – Immature female.
Changed greatly from the lard type hogs of the past to the lean type hogs Types of swine operations: Feeder –pig producers Market –hog producers.
10/7/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Calving Calf Bull Heifer.
The Swine Industry. Swine (Pig) Production.
Breeds of Swine. What the student will learn The physical characteristics and identification that separates the individual breeds. Some basic.
Swine Reproduction 3126 Adam Nash. Swine Reproduction
4/29/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Calving Calf Bull Heifer.
Hog Unit 11 th -12 th Grade. Essential Questions 1. What are 5 breeds of hogs? 2. What is the proper terminology used in Hog Production.
Swine Production Introduction to Animal Science. Swine Terminology Piglet – A baby pig.
Breeds of Swine McAllen FFA Mr. Leal. Objective The learner will learn the important breeds of swine in the US swine industry The learner will learn facts.
Terms to Know Scientific name for swine: Porcine Mature male swine: Boar Mature female swine: Sow Young female swine: Gilt Altered male swine: Barrow.
Breeds and Selection of Swine Terms: §Swine: mammal in the family Suidae. Domesticated species grown for their edible flesh and fat, for their hides.
Swine Breeds and Characteristics. Terms Sow – Mature female hog Gilt – Young female hog Boar – Male hog Barrow – Castrated male hog Farrow –
Swine Breeds Breeds, Origins, Colors, Characteristics.
Adapted from Blakely and Bade. The Science of Animal Husbandry Breeds of Swine Agriscience 102 Applied Agricultural Science and Technology Edited.
Ms. Skinner’s Principles of AFNR Swine!. Vocabulary Barrow: a male swine castrated while young, in which physical traits of the boar have not developed.
Breeds Of Swine Mr. Chudej. American Landrace From Denmark From Denmark Medium to large Breed Medium to large Breed White Hog White Hog Long body length.
Swine Unit. Eight Major Traditional Breeds Berkshire Chester White Duroc Hampshire Landrace Poland China Spotted Yorkshire.
Pork, the other white meat Industry/Production Farrow to Finish Feeder pig Producer Grower to Finisher Seedstock.
PIGS!!! SADIE, KALEB, CYLA, AND KRISTA. YORKSHIRE Known as the mother breed Raise large litters of pigs White erect ears.
Pork Terminology & Breeds M. Marler Fall Swine Terminology Boar-Mature male pig Sow-Mature female pig Barrow-Castrated male pig Gilt-Young, immature.
PARTS OF A PIG h.
Breeds of Swine Northeastern Agricultural Education Mr. Caffee.
Swine Breeds. Objective Know the eleven main swine breeds of the US Be able to describe what they look like Tell where they are from Be able to tell what.
Animal Science Chapter
5/21/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Calving Calf Bull Heifer.
Breeds of Swine Principles of AFNR c 12 C. Landrace Originated in Denmark Drooped ears Known for their maternal instincts White Know for long bodies Flatter-topped.
Introduction to Pork Production. Definitions Female after giving birth: Sow Young female: Gilt Having piglets: Farrowing Male: Boar Castrated Male: Barrow.
Identifying Breeds of Swine Mrs. Gilbreath Today you should be able to… Identify characteristics of major swine breeds. Identify characteristics of major.
Swine ID. American Landrace Developed around 1895 Long body length Ears large and drooping Sows noted for good milk production.
Breeds of Swine 3121 Adam Nash Landrace Originated in Denmark Drooped ears Known for their maternal instincts White Long Flatter-topped than other breeds.
1 Common U.S. Breeds of Pigs Swine Production. 2 Breeds of Pigs l White-line breeds and crosses -- Traditionally maternal breeds l Dark-colored breeds.
Swine Breeds Breeds Terminal –Muscling –Leanness –Rapid growth rates.
Pork, the other white meat Downloaded off National Website.
Major Breeds of Beef, Swine, and Poultry Unit A: Introduction to Animal Science.
The Swine Industry. Objectives Understand importance of the swine industry Overview of the structure of the swine industry Become familiar with terms.
Introduction to Pigs Carlene McManigal. Gender Clarification A female pig who has never given birth to piglets is called a gilt. An unneutered male pig.
BELLWORK Write the quote on your bellwork sheet and reflect. What is this quote saying? How can you apply it to your life? “The difference between ‘involvement’
Lesson 2: Breeds of Swine. Breeds of Hogs Berkshire Chester White Duroc Hampshire Landrace Pietrain Poland China Spotted Yorkshire.
Animal Science and the Industry Unit B. Exploring the Swine Industry Lesson 3.
Swine Ear Notching 3121 Adam Nash. Swine Ear Notching Ear Notching Universal Swine Identification system Tags will come off in the feed pen
ACT - Swine Breeds1. 2 Hampshire These hogs are black with a white belt that extends from one front leg, over the shoulder, and down the other front leg.
Swine Introduction and Breeds Dr. Randy Harp. Swine Domestication Domestication species species –sus scrofa - wild boar –sus vittatus - domesticated pig.
Swine and The Swine Industry. Origin and Domestication of Swine Today’s swine originated from: European Wild Boar – still exist in Europe Black and gray.
Breeds of Swine. Foundation Developed from the Eurasian Wild Boar Domesticated about 9000 years ago Not used in nomadic tribes.
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