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|Title:||SISTEM GAJENJA I PROIZVODNJE U ORGANSKOM SVINJARSTVU|
|Authors:||Petrović, Milun |
|Journal:||Zbornik radova / XXVII savetovanje o biotehnologiji sa međunarodnim učešćem|
|Abstract:||Pigs belong to a rare group of domestic animals that are bred only for one type of product - meat. There is a difference between open and closed rearing systems in organic pig farming. An open rearing system means keeping sows outdoors during whole year, which means in summer when pigs are exposed to high temperatures and in winter when they are exposed to rain, snow and wind. Therefore, it is recommended to make a shelter in the area where the sows are staying, where they will take shelter from unfavorable weather conditions. The closed rearing system largely limits natural movements and movements, and especially activities due to the urge to digging. The most common systems of facilities for housing sows are two-part, three-part and the so-called stolba pen.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Agronomy, Čačak|
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