Tamang Pag Pili sa Dumalaga na Gagawing Inahin
Ang matalinong pagpili sa dumalaga para sa gagawing inahin ay importante para sa isang matagal at matagumpay na pag papalahi ng baboy.
Ang problema sa paa at binti ng alagang baboy ang ikalawa sa pinakamalaking dahilan sa isang palpak na pagpapalahi.
Gilts should have a good base width. Animals with a narrow base should be culled. Cull animals with buck-kneed front legs. Gilts with soft or weak front pasterns may not be a problem if weakness is moderate.
Do not keep animals with straight pasterns on the rear legs. Gilts with sickle hocked rear legs should be culled. Weak or soft pasterns are OK if the leg is properly designed.
Avoid gilts that are splay footed or pigeon toed on the front legs. Cull animals that are cow-hocked on the back legs.
Good feet are important for a good distribution of the weight and avoid a lot of problems for the whole life cycle of the sow.
Large feet are desirable and the feet should be out on all four corners with adequate width between them.
Toes should be big, evenly sized and spread apart. If the weight is concentrated on a smaller surface area there is a greater risk of cracked hooves and foot pad lesions. Toe size differences of ½ inch or more are undesirable.
Check for cracked hooves, foot pad abrasions and other injuries.
The underline of a gilt or sow is a very important part in reproductive soundness. The following criteria should be followed;
Gilts should have seven or more functional n*pples on each side.
The n*pples should be spaced out and well developed and start far forward on the underline.
Animals with blind, inverted or pin n*pples should be culled.
Pin n*pples are underdeveloped and replace functional n*pples
With an inverted n*pple the end of the n*pple is held up in the body of the mammary gland.
Reproductive problems can often be predicted by evaluating the external gen*talia.
An infantile or extremely small v*lva is often a sign that the internal reproductive tract is immature or under-developed.
Gilts with a small v*lva should be avoided as these animals could have difficulty mt*ng or have farrowing difficulties.
Gilts with tipped-up v*lvas may be difficult to get bred and are more prone to metritis and cystitis.
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