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    1. Fenrishura

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      Most pregnant sows in the US are kept in gestation crates. The crates are banned for new installations only in Canada, so many sows are still confined in Canadian pig breeding facilities. They are banned in the United Kingdom and Sweden, and in nine states in the US (Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon and.
    2. Fedal

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      Pigs are pregnant for about days, which is a little less than four months. A pregnant pig, often referred to as a piggy sow, sometimes delivers a couple of days early or late. Farmers often use ultrasound to determine if a pig is pregnant because a pregnancy is not .
    3. Aranos

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      Dec 20,  · What to do if your guinea pig is pregnant - Duration: Pigaroo HQ 62, views. How to tell if your sow is pregnant - Duration: Homesteading the Hard Way 6, views.
    4. Gataur

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      Nov 05,  · The Florida Animal Cruelty Amendment, also known as Amendment 10 was an initiated constitutional amendment on the November 5, election ballot in Florida, where it was approved. The amendment added Article X, Section 19 of the Florida Constitution to prevent confinement of .
    5. Gozil

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      Dissecting a preserved pregnant pig uterus gives your students a hands-on opportunity to explore the female reproductive tract. This specimen is ideal for developmental biology, comparative anatomy, and animal science courses. Formalin pregnant pig uterus, shipped in Carosafe®. Packaged in a pail. No color injection (plain).
    6. Telar

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      Pregnant sows are kept in a variety of housing systems. Sow housing and management systems should: Reduce exposure to hazards or conditions that result in injuries, pain, distress, fear, or disease; Provide sows with adequate quality and quantity of space that allows sows to assume normal postures and express normal patterns of behavior.
    7. Kagalar

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      Pregnancy diagnosis can help to: 1) minimize costs associated with nonproductive days (NPDs), 2) maintain correct number of sows for farrowing crates, 3) identify open females for rebreeding or culling, 4) prevent unintended culling of pregnant sows, 5) identify the timing and extent of reproductive failure, and 6) help predict future pig flow.
    8. Mazulkree

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      What you’re looking at in the photo above is the clitoral hood of a gilt, that is to say a female pig who has not yet had a litter. This gilt’s pregnancy indicator is pointing up. Thus she is pregnant.
    9. Bazshura

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      The gestation (pregnancy) period of the female pig is days. She will be ready to be bred another time around days after her pigs are weaned (removed from nursing). Thus if you wean the litter of pigs at 21 days of age she will come into estrus (heat) around days after farrowing (giving birth)/5(2).

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