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PIG JOURNAL - Volume 64

Pig Journal

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Author(s): Pig Journal

About The Book

In Volume 64, The Pig Journal continues its evolution towards a fully refereed and internationally cited journal. This volume is the first to be published by Lansdowne Publishing Partnership Limited, and in a two colour format which will aid clarity in viewing graphs and tables.

Although different in style, Volume 64 continues the distinctive Pig Journal tradition of the fine blend of clinically relevant new science, review articles and practical observations for which we have always valued our publication.

Additional Information

Author Pig Journal
Availability In Print
Dimensions A4 - 210mm x 297mm
Extent 101 pp
ISBN 13529749v64
Publication date February 2011
Book Type Softcover

Contents

EDITORIAL

CLINICAL PRACTICE

Quality control at the boar stud may improve sperm fertility
P.O. Hofmo

A farm study to elevate productivity parameters following routine iron injection in outdoor piglets
R. Pearson

Kyphosis and Lordosis: Possible link to nutrition
J. Borobia-Belsué

Lessons we must learn from the swine dysentry outbreak in East Anglia
J.Waddilove

GENERAL

UK – Future Vet needs
M.Wijnberg

RESEARCH

Experiences with Porcine Circovirus type 2 (PCV2) Vaccination in North America and Europe
P. Maass, D. Strachan

An analysis of quality assurance and zoonoses action plan data from pig herds in the United Kingdom
R.P. Smith, M.J. Sánchez-Vázquez, A.J.C. Cook, H.E. Clough, S.A. Edwards

CASE REPORTS


Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Influenza: An infection in pigs in Northern Ireland
J. Borobia-Belsué

Weaning weight improvements following PCV2 sow vaccination
N. Brons, R. Neto,V. Thias, F. Joisel, S. Longo

Asphalt poisoning in young pigs
J.H. Payne, A.M. Murphy, R.J. Higgins

SHORT COMMUNICATION

Biosecurity observations on pig farms with high salmonella seroprevalence in England and Wales
D.F. Twomey, A.J. Miller, L.C. Snow,A.J.C. Cook, R.H. Davies, S.M.Williamson, R. Reichel, C.A. Featherstone, J.D. Armstrong

An update on antimicrobial sensitivity testing for Porcine E. Coli and salmonella isolates including results from the UK archive with particular emphasis on Colistin (Polymixin E)
B.W. Strugnell

Compartments – A new way to export
R. Kyle

Influence of sample size on the assesment of lung lesions in slaughter pigs
C. Fablet, N. Rose, S. Bougeard, F. Madec

GENERAL SECTION
INDEX TO VOLUME 64 (2010)
AWORD FROM OUR SPONSORS
NOTES AND GUIDANCE FOR CONTRIBUTORS

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