Investigating with Wageningen University if sows can teach piglets to eat together


As a future where legislation demands more space for sows and piglets approaches, farrowing systems that remove the sow at weaning are becoming an attractive solution. Farrow to wean saves substantial labor costs as it minimizes weaning and sanitizing activities. In addition, less weaning stress gives improved piglet growth in piglets and we have seen piglets weaned at 9 weeks! Want to learn more?


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