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  1. 2003-07-01 Sustainable Agriculture Network This publication includes fourparts, alternative hog production systems, environmental benefits,marketing options for pork and community, family and lifestyle benefits. 16 pages, illustrated, photos
  2. The treatment of most diseases is described in general terms as the book is intedned for the use of Veterinary Surgeions who, in Britian, are supplied annually with the compnedium of Data Sheets for Veterinary Products. This publication contains the data sheets which give details of the...
  3. This document has been prepared to help swine practitioners in their efforts to use antimicrobials judiciously to minimize the development of resistance in human and animal pathogens while maintaining effectiveness to treat and prevent diseases of food animals.
  4. This book has been written primarily as a reference material for students and teachers in agricultural schools, small and large scale swine porucers and extension agents of government and private agencies. It is a compilation of selected hand-outs prepared by swine specialist at the Department of...
  5. This publication talks about energy and protein feeds and additives. It also discribes feeding the sow herd.
  6. The 9th Revision of this essential reference presents new knowledge about the nutritional needs of swine that consider such factors as growth rate, carcass leanness, gender, health, environment, and repartitioning agents. New sections are presented on requirements for amino acids and other...
  7. This book discusses how the veterinary profession could play a more signifcant role in the swine industry thus improve improving both the profession and the industry.
  8. This book gives clear practical instruction on how to raise pigs for pork and bacon and for the meat manufacturing industries. The information will be useful to those engaged in pig farming at the subsistence level or on a larger scale as well as to students of animas husbandry.
  9. This booklet describes the history of African Swine Fever and how it was eradicated in Haiti.
  10. Oklahoma State University Department of Animal Science Swine It is believed that the majority of the breeds we now know are descended from the Eurasian Wild Boar (Sus scrofa). Archaeological evidence from the Middle East indicates domestication of the pig occurs as early as 9,000 years ago, with...