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Provedor de dados:  Organic Eprints
País:  Germany
Título:  Organic pig production – With particular reference to Danish production conditions
Autores:  Kongsted, Anne Grete
Hermansen, John E.
Data:  2005
Ano:  2005
Palavras-chave:  Pigs
Production systems
Resumo:  While there is a markedly growth in organically farmed land and in the organic food sector as such in Europe and North America, the organic pig sector has not developed correspondingly in most countries. This weaker development seems most likely to be due to difficulties for pig producers to comply with the organic standards, which impose comparatively more pronounced changes in the way of production than e.g. in ruminant production systems. Pigs should have access to roughage and to grazing in the summer period although finishers can be kept in barns if access to an outdoor rum. A common way to comply with these regulations is to have sows on grassland all year round, but to rear the finishers in stables. Outdoor piglet production can be very efficient but careful measures needs to be taken to avoid environmental risks. Ringing of sows to avoid rooting on the grassland is a matter of concern. The regulations for housing include a considerable larger area per pig than in conventional production. This support good production and health results in the finisher production, and the regulation stating no tail docking does not seem to impose problems. However, such stables are often very expensive to establish and outdoor rearing of finishers throughout the growing period should be considered. Recent results indicate that this is a viable option. The ban on use of synthetic amino acids and GMO products for feeding represent a challenge in the feeding of finishers. There is a risk regarding carcass quality when soybean meal and amino acid are substituted with more oil rich ingredients for protein supply. On the other hand inclusion of new protein sources in the diet may results in particular meat quality characteristics including positive effects. It is concluded that there is a need in organic pig production to produce “new” products, which differ from the conventional pork products in order to comply with consumer expectations.
Tipo:  Report
Idioma:  Inglês
Identificador:  http://orgprints.org/6457/1/6457.pdf

Kongsted, Anne Grete and Hermansen, John E. (2005) Organic pig production – With particular reference to Danish production conditions. DIAS.
Relação:  http://orgprints.org/6457/
Formato:  application/pdf
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