Part 3: Reducing sow mortality begins with animal selection
Sow mortality rates in the US have increased dramatically in recent years and now average about 15%.
While pelvic prolapses and lameness are among the most visible conditions associated with sow mortality, 39% of sow deaths are categorized as unknown.
Pig Health Today talked with six experts about the alarming trend and, most important, what should be done to address the problem.
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Posted on November 19, 2019