Pig farming is becoming increasingly popular in Zambia and can be a profitable business. As any pig farmer knows, the long-term success of the farm depends on the pigs multiplying and being able to reach the desired slaughter weight as efficiently as possible. A breeding sow can produce up to twenty-four piglets per year. These piglets need careful management to ensure their survival and to support their health so they can grow to maturity for the farm to maximize yields.
The past several years have seen remarkable development in the area of fish immunology. Worldwide, fish culture is on the rise, with the treatment of fish diseases becoming increasingly important. Thus, aided by industry, farmers are constantly trying to improve their understanding of these complex vertebratesí complicated immune systems and the fundamental triggers of immunity in farmed fish.
Proper nutrition is at the core of a successful pig farm. When we tune in on the nutritional aspect of feed, it will have a positive e?ect on sow quality and help us to produce high-quality piglets. Better piglets will then help our business to reach its maximum potential.