Today’s Debate Topic: Why Farming is regarded as a Dirty Job

Today’s Debate Topic: Why Farming is regarded as a Dirty Job

Well, Today am going to be sharing a personal experience!! Growing up as a child, my mother usually takes us to the farm to either weed the farm, plant some crops or even harvest our matured farm produce. The funny experience I usually discovered was that each time we are set to go to the farm, she will always instruct us to go and “Put on our farm cloths” which means that we obviously have to change the neat cloth we were putting on into a more tattered rag related…

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Major Causes of Abortion in Pigs and How to Prevent it

Record Keeping in Commercial Pig Farming

Many agents that cause reproductive failure in sows produce a broad spectrum of sequelae, including abortions and weak neonates, as well as stillbirth, mummification, embryonic death, and infertility. Mummification is seen more frequently in swine than in many other species because of the large litter size. If only a few fetuses die, abortion rarely occurs; instead, mummies are delivered at term, along with live piglets or stillbirths. 1. Non-infectious Causes High ambient temperature (>32°C [>89.6°F]) is associated with increased returns to estrus, increased embryonic mortality, decreased farrowing rates, and small…

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