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Vitalité des porcelets issus de l'hyperprolificité

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Cet article propose une synthèse des résultats acquis ces dernières années, notamment à la station expérimentale de Romillé.

L’arrivée des lignées hyperprolifiques s’est accompagnée d’une remise en question des programmes alimentaires en place dans les élevages, notamment pendant la gestation. Cela concerne à la fois les plans d’alimentation, l’individualisation des rations et les types de nutriments apportés à la truie gestante.
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2010

Volet «Calculateur de la quantité et de la composition des effluents d’élevage »

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visuel d'intervention.

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2013

Water medication with a dosing pump : motivations, obstacles and use practices

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Poster.

The reliability of water medication with a dosing pump requires appropriate equipment and good use practices. This study aims to assess the situation in 2014 in terms of motivations and use practices of the dosing pump in a sample of equipped farms. It also aims to understand the obstacles in nonequipped farms.

Abstract.

Introduction: While antimicrobial treatments administered via the feed were largely predominant in France 15 years ago, drinking water is becoming the main administration route, as 51% of treatments are found as oral solutions and powders in 2013 against 22% in 1999. Mostly administered by dosing pump, the reliability of these treatments requires adapted material and correct use practices. This study has for objective to describe the motivation and use practices of the dosing pump in a sample of equipped farms in 2014. It also aims to understand the obstacles for non-equipped farms.

Materials and Methods: A phone survey was conducted in a sample of 109 French farms equipped with a dosing pump and 46 farms which were non-equipped.

Results: One of the main reasons cited by 46% of farmers for acquiring a dosing pump is the higher efficiency and the shorter implementation of treatment administered through water over feed. Regarding the use practices, the best applied recommendations are the preparation of the tank solution for a use up to 24 hours (91% of farms) and the complete water rinsing of the circuit at the end of the treatment (90% of farms). In 26% of farms, calculation of the amounts of water drunk by pigs under treatment is relied on the animals’ real level of water consumption based on the reading of the water meter or the graduations on the tank. Other farmers (40%) give an estimate of water drunk from theoretical values (10% of the live weight of animals to treat), which is more approximate because based on a constant set for healthy pigs. And 30% of farmers did not explain how they do the calculation for they work “from habit”. Other recommendations are seldom followed by the surveyed farmers whereas they can prevent treatment under-dosing and clogging of troughs and pipes. Indeed, throughout the past year, the trough flow was never controlled in 53% of farms. Occasional solubilisation problems of the treatment, which occurred in 41% of farms, can be explained by some risky practices: the absence of a mixing tank in 31% of farms, no solubility test for new drugs with water from the farm in 59% of cases, mixing of two drugs in 18 % of farms. Finally, improvements are expected in equipment maintenance which is implemented in less than 25% of farms. For 43% of non-equipped farmers, the main obstacle is the constraint related to equipment: cost, set up, use. Only 11% of non-equipped farmers plan to purchase a dosing pump in the short-term.

Conclusion: This survey helps to better target communication routes to optimise the reliability of treatments administered by a dosing pump, as well as to assist the non-equipped farmers through the acquiring process. 

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2016

Welfare assessment in 82 pigs farms : effect of animal age and floor type on behaviour and injuries in fattening pigs

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welfare assessment method was built, based on criteria related to behaviour, lesion scores and human/animal interactions, and tested thereafter in two main types of farms differing by their type of floor: either concrete, fully or partially slatted (C; n = 42) or straw bedding (S; n = 40). Observations were carried out on 40 to 60 pigs per room for three periods (90, 130 and 162 days of age, respectively, for P1, P2 and P3). Behaviour was assessed through five scans with a two-minute interval between two successive observations.
2009

Welfare assessment of males and females on pig farms

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2010

Zones à faible densité porcine : handicaps à l'aval

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La production porcine française s'est développée à des vitesses différentes selon les régions et les époques. La concentration a permis une efficacité globale de filière par la spécialisation des outils et leur proximité.

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1998

« Mon registre de traitements en un clic »

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Alexandre Poissonnet, Réussir Porc-Tech Porc (FRA), 2018, n° 261, septembre, p. 68-69

Geoffrey Melot est formateur en production porcine et animateur Airfaf Normandie au centre de formation de Canappeville, dans l’Eure. Également salarié au sein de l’élevage de 280 truies NE du centre, il souhaite informatiser le registre des traitements vétérinaires.

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2018

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