Teagasc Pig Farmers' Conference 201201 January 2013
The latest Pig Farmers' Conference, organised by Teagasc, was held in Thurles and Cavan in the Republic of Ireland on 23 and 24 October 2012.
Click on the titles below for the individual papers or on the link at the end for the full proceedings:
- How much feed do lactating sows need? - Peadar Lawlor, Moorepark
- Converting a setback into an opportunity - Michael McKeon, Moorepark
- Gilt diets to improve longevity and productivity - Amy Quinn, Moorepark
- What's driving the grain markets and what to look out for going forward? - David Norris, Noggers Blog
- Global pig meat markets developments - David Owens, Bord Bia
- Improving pig welfare reduces carcass and financial losses - Laura Boyle, Moorepark
- Energy use on Irish pig farms - Gerard McCutcheon, Oak Park
- Getting to better times: what the top producers are doing - Seamas Clarke, Ballyhaise
Further ReadingYou can view the full proceedings by clicking here.
updated January 2013