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Trends of development in arrangement of livestock management systems in practice pig management


, : Trends of development in arrangement of livestock management systems in practice pig management. Zuechtungskunde 33(6): 327-333

Development in pig production in the last 20 yr was determined by economic factors and led to strawless management systems with a high degree of mechanization. Results of behavioral science will contribute to further development, which also depends on legislation in the field of environmental protection.


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