The authors believe that for stable increase in the output of high-quality commercial pork and improvement of profit of agricultural enterprises it is necessary to receive young animals both for herd reproduction and fattening only from single replacement gilts.
Keywords: pig production, pigs, livestock industries, replacement gilts, sow, pork, breeding young animals, artificial insemination, piglet, farrowing, prolificacy, self-replacement, productivity, weaning, sex and age group, population, male pig, insemination, breeding stock, sperm, nursery, culling, breeding nucleus, crossing, criss-cross method, mongrel sow, spontaneous estrus, milkiness, pork, not-in-pig, offspring, slaughter, pregnant sow, young gelded pig, suckling period, spontaneous species-specific technology (CB-technology), large group growing method, live weight, feeding front, cattle stall, biosafety.
To produce commercial hybrids of pigs and improve properties of their meat in conditions of industrial technology, Russian scientists developed a complex of selection genetic methods.
Keywords: pig production, natural resistance, stress, meat, breed, productivity, hybrid, mongrel, stress resistance, sow, young pigs, replacement gilt, male pig, diet, feed, biologic stimulator, safety, selection, fattening, selection pressure, pure breeding, heterosis, crossing, hybridization, two- and three-breed hybrid, Large White breed, Duroc, Large Black breed, rib eye, linear group selection, DNA marker, gene, BLUP method.
Peas are one of the best protein feeds for all species of livestock animals. Extrusion processing improves its feed properties.
Keywords: peas, ideal protein, essential amino acids, trypsin inhibitors, chymotripsin inhibitors, lectines, pelletising, extrusion, hemagglutination activity, sow, fattening, sow lactation.
The article describes the most important aspects of post-natal development of pigs that must be considered for successful pig growing.
Keywords: pig production, piglets, sows, neonatality, post-natal development period, hypothermia, dehydration, hypoglicemia, intoxication, colostrum, milk, immunity, microflora, die-off
Self-developing species compliance pig breeding suggests refusal of such production group as basic sows, and receiving commercial piglets exclusively from single sows.
Keywords: pig production, herd, pigs, livestock production, selection achievements, replacement gilts, sow, pork, salted pork fat, genetics, hybrid, breeding young animals, artificial insemination, pig, farrowing, fertility, prolificacy, self-repair, productivity, feeding, genetic potential, weaning, sex and age group, male pig, insemination, breeding stock, sperm, veterinary treatment, immunity, vaccination, completion of growing, breed, culling, nucleus, crossing, criss-cross method, mongrel sow, spontaneous estrus, milkiness, pork, not-in-pig, litter, slaughter, pregnant sow, young gelded pig, suckling period, self-developing technology (SV-technology), live weight, feeding front, animal stall, biosafety.
Today, manual way of receiving sperm from male pigs using a sow phantom is considered one of the most effective ways. Sperm is taken during mounting of the stud boar on a phantom or dummy sow.
Keywords: pig production, male pig, stud boar, sow, young boar pigs, phantom, sperm, ejaculate, prepuce, artificial vagina, erection, sexual reflexes, seminal fluid.
Effect of aqueous-alcohol emulsion of propolis and natural zeolites as well as their combination on growth, development and meat productivity of young pigs aged from two to eight months was determined.
Keywords: feed, pig production, piglets, biological additives, propolis, zeolite, productivity, resistance, growth, development, meat qualities, slaughter indicators, daily average gain, live weight, meat chemical composition, physiological condition, crude protein, solids, crude ash, crude fat, total moisture, total protein, albumins, globulins.
Experts of the All-Union Animal Breeding Research Institute developed a software package for assessment and selection of replacement young animals by own productivity using an index selection method at various intensity of selection.
Keywords: pig production, animal, selection, animal breeding, genetics, population, heritability, variability, Large White and Landrace breeds, correlation, selection trait, selection index, young boar pigs, replacement young animals, generation, breeding accounting, productivity, Shalun 9 and Italmas lines, live weight, feed, salted pork fat, genetic mathematical analysis, plural regression, phenotype, genotype.
Abstract: Comparative analysis of chemical composition of muscular and adipose tissue of Large White yelts depending on their ethologic features was carried out.
Keywords: pig production, selection, yelts, Large White breed, chemical composition, meat, salted pork fat, ethology, rib eye, carcass, semi-carcass, acantha, meat productivity.
Abstract: Reporting from the annual meeting of the National Union of Pig Farmers.
Keywords: National Union of Pig Farmers, agriculture, livestock production, pig production, pig production, meat, offal, salted pork fat, import, export, quota, import dependence, import replacement, gain, state support, epizootic situation, ASF, feed, food and feed grain, wheat, corn, soya, sunflower, poultry, cost, competitiveness.