Pigs

RUMA Guidelines

Responsible use of Antimicrobials in Pig Production

RUMA guidelines for the responsible use of antimicrobials by pig farmers have been designed to provide quick and easy-to read guiding principles that can be used by pig producers.

This guideline is supported by a full length version giving more detailed background information.

RUMA Guidelines

Responsible use of Vaccines and Vaccination in Pig Production

RUMA guidelines for the responsible use of vaccines by pig farmers have been designed to give easy-to-read guiding principles that can be used by pig producers in the management of their herds.

This guideline is supported by a full length version giving more detailed background information.

RUMA Guidelines

Anthelmintics in Pigs

Parasitic worms in the pig are an important though often overlooked problem that can significantly reduce productivity and growth rates as well as causing noticeable clinical disease in some cases. Worms can affect the digestive system and the respiratory system, the latter by direct damage due to the pig lungworm or more commonly indirectly as migrating worm larvae pass through the lungs on their way back to the gut.

This guideline is supported by a full length version giving more detailed background information.

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