Look think and act
Pigs are constantly giving out signals about their health, well-being, and performance. The art is to perceive these signals and to use them to monitor and improve the nutrition, care and housing of your animals.
Veterinary surgeons and pig enthusiasts Jan Hulsen and Kees Scheepens wrote Pig Signals based on their expertise and extensive experience with farmers and their pigs. They created this richly-illustrated book as an ideal practical guide and essential reference book.
It is important not to jump to conclusions, but to keep asking yourself three questions: What do I see? Why has this happened? What does this mean?
Using the knowledge from this book, you can take focused measures and improve your farm results.
This book weighs: 515g
|USA and Canada||£15.00|
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