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Authors: Tabuaciri P
Date: 2013
Subject: Animal Breeding
Language: en
Type of item: thesis doctoral
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/13526
Description: A total of 1009 primi- and multiparous sows from two maternal (Large White and Landrace) and two terminal (Duroc and Large White) lines were recorded between early spring (N=494 sows) of 2009 and late ... show more
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Date: 2012
Subject: Animal Breeding
Language: en
Type of item: book chapter
Identifier: une-20130315-134033
Description: Newborn piglets are more susceptible to cold than to heat stress, and cold stress is one of the most significant stressors encountered early in life (Herpin et al., 2002). Piglets usually experience a ... show more
Authors: Tabuaciri P | Bunter KL
Date: 2011
Subject: Animal Breeding
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: une-20120228-151846
Description: Piglet attributes at birth are important for postnatal survival. Knot et al. (2002) demonstrated that some aspects of piglet quality had declined due to prior selection for improved production efficie ... show more
Date: 2011
Subject: Animal Breeding
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: une-20120228-145828
Description: Data collected on individual piglets born to primi- and multiparous sows from maternal and terminal lines were averaged by litter and analysed as a trait of the sow. Heritability (h²) estimates of all ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Bunter KL | Tabuaciri P
Date: 2011
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: une-20120223-14405
Description: Identifying factors which affect piglet survival can help producers develop interventions and management strategies to reduce pre-weaning mortality. While puerperal disease affects subsequent fertilit ... show more
Date: 2010
Subject: Animal Breeding
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/7200
Description: Pre-weaning mortality is a production and welfare problem for modern production systems. Approximately 10 to 35% (Tyler et al. 1990) of newborn piglets die within the first three weeks of life, with m ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
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