+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Herd management in sow keeping

Herd management in sow keeping

Knowledge based systems in agriculture Prospects for application Proceedings of the 2nd International DLG Congress for Computer Technology, Frankfurt, German Federal Re ic, 19-22 June 1988: 526-536

The primary design objective for data entry procedures in any management model is to construct an accurate representation of the circumstances and subjective beliefs that are required by the model. Almost equally important, however, is the goal of minimizing the time required to collect and enter data, to encouage use of such models. The paper describes key features of porkCHOP, a sow culling analysis model, and develops four strategies for entering herd data into the model.

Please choose payment method:

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 001850952

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

Related references

Analysis of causes of culling in dairy cows and aspects of improving herd management by keeping a herd card index as shown in a dairy farm in northern Germany. Analyse der Abgangsursachen bei Milchvieh und Aspekte zur Verbesserung des Herdenmanagements durch Fuhrung einer Bestandskartei am Beispiel eines norddeutschen Grossbetriebes: 233, 1986

Herd register as an aid in breeding management; example of keeping a partly automated herd register for sheep. 1970

Cost of Keeping Dairy Herd Sires and Suggestions on their Selection and Management. Oregon Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull, 312: 37, 1933

Analysis of the disposal of milking cattle and aspects of improvements towards herd management by keeping a health index of the cattle. 1986

Keeping on top of herd health. Pig farming: 26 (7) 55, 1978

Keeping tabs on herd health. Western dairy journal: 27 (6) 10-11, 1971

Record keeping for herd improvement. Agfact NSW Agriculture (A2.8.2(3rd edition)): 7 pp., 2004

Keeping tabs on herd performance. Pig farming: 23 (9) 93, 1975

Keeping the dairy herd healthy. 1972

Using and keeping records for the beef cow herd. 1997

Computers for keeping herd records. 1969

Using dairy herd improvement electronic data processing information in herd management. Journal of Dairy Science 58(2): 230-233, 1975

Computer herd simulation program for dairy herd management courses. Journal of Dairy Science 70(Suppl. 1): 109, 1987

Preventive herd surveillance program as a tool in dairy herd management. Zuchtungskunde 76(6): 475-493, 2004

Herd health-herd management. A new view of cooperation between veterinarian and farmer. Tierarztliche Umschau 44(6): 339-344, 347-348, 1989