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Keeping Pigs Cool

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Title: Keeping Pigs Cool
Authors: Zaleski, Halina M.
Duguies, Manuel
Ioanis, Engly
Cleveland, Gordon
Paquin, Daniel
show 3 moreLeaMaster, Bradley
Castro, Luisa
Hollyer, James

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Keywords: swine
livestock production
heat stress
cooling systems
thermoregulation
Issue Date: Jun 2003
Publisher: Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project
Citation: Zaleski HM, Duguies M, Ioanis E, Cleveland G, Paquin D, Leamaster B, Castro L, Hollyer J. 2003. Keeping pigs cool. Honolulu (HI): ADAP Project. 3 pages. (Swine Waste Management for Pacific Islands; ADAP 2003-5)
Series/Report no.: Swine Waste Management for Pacific Islands
ADAP 2003-5
Abstract: The intent of this fact sheet is to provide introductory information on swine management methods that have been tested on Pacific island farms. This publication provides information on reduction of heat stress in swine by good air circulation, shade, wet-skin cooling, and hosing.
Sponsor: Funded by the United States Department of Agriculture Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service Grant 99-38826-7854
Pages/Duration: 3 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/34035
ISBN: 1-931435-32-4
Appears in Collections:Animal Health and Husbandry Publications



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