Lung Lesions in Pigs at Slaughter : A 2-Year Epidemiological Study in France

@inproceedings{Leneveu2005LungLI,
  title={Lung Lesions in Pigs at Slaughter : A 2-Year Epidemiological Study in France},
  author={Philippe Leneveu and Nathalie Robert and Alassane Ke{\"i}ta and Eric Pagot and Patrick Pommier and Philippe A Tessier},
  year={2005}
}
Lung lesions scoring at slaughter is difficult to plan and organize in pig production for veterinarians in France. A study was carried out as a service offered to veterinarians. All the herds for which they were interested in having lung scoring were proposed to be included into the study. For this, 7 technicians were trained to perform lung examinations and dispatched among the main French slaughterhouses from October 2003 to March 2004. In total, 110,865 pigs from 1196 herds located in the… CONTINUE READING

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