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pig porn.....weaning today piglets... 80 + piglets 8 mum 6.74kg average, holding area now outside farm "walled farm" for the last few months now no vehicle access to farm, ie weaning,culling,new gilts

is your farm "registered" at the local government office? by this i mean, before building did you apply to build a pig farm @ x number of pigs and square meters building? this will be reviewed every y

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yes betagro have a growing (feed mill/finishing ect) business in and around vientiane...

on one of the wifes facebook contacts (pig stuff) i see a feed business always posting photos of feed/ lorries ect. i think the name on the bag is speed feed, or somthing similar.... 

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1 hour ago, jompa67 said:

Anyone know latest price for old sow?

last time i asked (2 ish months ago) company were asking/getting 60 baht kg. at the mo they are picking up cull animals weekly, seems they are in demand at the mo....(used to pick up every 2 wk before)

again as far as i know,company have 2/3 buyers "fighting" to buy from this province all the time, 100's every wk...

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On ‎4‎/‎8‎/‎2019 at 1:20 PM, IsaanAussie said:

I used Betagro feed. I just checked on the web and they have a subsidiary company in Laos (ph. +856 20 59 977 266) Betagro (Lao) Company Limited. Try them.

Hi Issan Aussi

 

thanks a lot. I will try it. We sell for about 2 years feed for animals from Khrungthai company. Lao farmers a bit different to Thai farmers. About 20 to 30 years back in time. So I will say it like in Germany... What the farmer not know they wont eat it. That's a bit the problem. But let's try.

 

Thanks to you all

German farmer

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Does anyone no what it could be, went in the pig house this morning and 1 of the 18 kg pigs dead and another 1 wasnt eating just found that one dead got purple patches and black blood would it be a scropion bite or other insect bite or more serious the other 10 are fine thanks 

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19 hours ago, sateuk said:

Does anyone no what it could be, went in the pig house this morning and 1 of the 18 kg pigs dead and another 1 wasnt eating just found that one dead got purple patches and black blood would it be a scropion bite or other insect bite or more serious the other 10 are fine thanks 

maybe the dead pig had been dead for some time, 12 plus hours? this could be why you see purple patches and the black  dry? blood...  its very hot at the mo, this could be the course of death,also it will/could put the pigs of there feed, do you have good ventalition, sprayers could be a cheap fix to help cool the animals?

the wifes farm is an evap farm, outside temp 40 plus most days, inside farm temp 28 front 30 at the back, it is still hot for the sows, i can see a drop in feed intake this time of year, also have heard of a lot of farms (same set up of the wifes) have sows dieing at higher then normal rates....

 

ASF is the worry at the mo, have a read up on it.... try and stop people or animals getting any where near the pig house...  if you see more dead pigs...... contact the government livestock departmnent like mentioned above.

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3 hours ago, thoongfoned said:

maybe the dead pig had been dead for some time, 12 plus hours? this could be why you see purple patches and the black  dry? blood...  its very hot at the mo, this could be the course of death,also it will/could put the pigs of there feed, do you have good ventalition, sprayers could be a cheap fix to help cool the animals?

the wifes farm is an evap farm, outside temp 40 plus most days, inside farm temp 28 front 30 at the back, it is still hot for the sows, i can see a drop in feed intake this time of year, also have heard of a lot of farms (same set up of the wifes) have sows dieing at higher then normal rates....

 

ASF is the worry at the mo, have a read up on it.... try and stop people or animals getting any where near the pig house...  if you see more dead pigs...... contact the government livestock departmnent like mentioned above.

Ok thanks very much for the advice 

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4 hours ago, IsaanAussie said:

Hey Sateuk,

How did you get on with your dead pig, find a cause?

 

It must of been a scorpion or centipede bite as the rest all ok got 101 babies at moment so was a bit worrying to say the least !! Thanks for asking

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