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Swine (Pig) Production
Swine (Pig) ProductionMain Purpose – to produce pork for Human consumption
Swine (Pig) Production Terms for UnderstandingCastration – the removal of testicals from the male swine for the purpose of improving feed conversion, disposition and meat quality
Swine (Pig) Production Terms for UnderstandingBoar– 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 UnderstandingSow– A female pig that has already produces a litter of baby pigs Gilt- A female pig that has NOT produces a litter of baby pigs
Breeds Of Swine
Duroc Origin-New York/New Jersey Ears- Droopy Color- Cherry RedMisc.-Large Frame, Fast gainers, good mothers, Popular breed
Hampshire Origin-Kentucky Ears-Erect Color-Black with a White BeltMisc.-The “Meat Breed” Excellent Carcass
Berkshire Origin-England Ears-Erect Color-Black with 6 White PointsMisc.-Short Snout, Meat type hog
Poland China Origin-Ohio Ears-Droopy Color- Black w/6White pointsMisc.-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-DroopyColor-White with blue freckles Misc.-good mothers, large frame
Yorkshire Origin-England Ears-Erect Color- WhiteMisc.-The Mother Breed, Largest Litters
Landrace Origin-Denmark Ears-Droopy Color-WhiteMisc.-Extremely Long Body
Tamworth Origin- ? Ears-Erect Color-Red Misc.-Not Very good
Boar Sow Reproduction Produces sperm Fertilizes the eggProduces the egg Carries the litters
Estrus Swine ReproductionThe 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
Fertilization Swine ReproductionThe period of time in which the sperm actually unites with the eggs Multi-fertilization which causes multi-pig litters
Gestation Swine ReproductionThe time between fertilization and giving birth (parturition) 114 Day or 3 months, 3 weeks, and 3 days
Farrowing a sow Swine ReproductionThe components of controlled delivery Put sow in crate 1-5 Days before due date Exercise Daily Feed 6 lbs daily Once babies are born add one pound per pig to ration
Farrowing Baby Pig Care - first 2 weeksSwine Reproduction Farrowing Baby Pig Care - first 2 weeks Have feed out from day 1 Give iron shot ¼ cc Clip Teeth Castrate Ear notch
Ear Notching Swine Reproduction Universal Swine Identification systemTags will come off in the feed pen
Swine Reproduction Ear Notching
Swine Reproduction Ear Notching
Swine Reproduction Ear Notching Quiz
Ear Notching Swine ReproductionThe right (litter) ear is equal to =16 The left (pig) ear is equal to 3 This is the 16-3 pig.
Swine for pork Feeds & Feeding 50 to 70 % of total production costUse a good commercial brand name feed In General an animal will eat 3% of its body weight Protein is the Key feed element
Protein % for Swine Feeds & Feeding 18%- 0-5 weeks16% - 5 weeks to 75 lbs 14%- 75lbs to 125lbs - 12%- 125 to the market weight of 250 pounds
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