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Breeding sows over time has led to increased litter sizes but smaller piglets. Low birthweight piglets have more chances of pre-wean mortality and poor performance, which ultimately leads to high economic losses, but research has indicated nutritional strategies can have significant impacts on strengthening piglets to withstand this stress and maintain growth. Click here for the explained research.

Proper nutrition fundamental for strengthening sow offspring

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