The Commuter Pig Keeper

A Comprehensive Guide to Keeping Pigs when Time is your Most Precious Commodity

Author: Michaela Giles

$39.95

Aimed at people with busy schedules this instructive book gives practical information about how to manage a small herd and keep pigs happy and healthy under the time constraints of modern life.

ISBN: 9781910455531
Binding: Paperback
Extent: 288 Pages
Year of Publication: 2016
Subjects: Pig
Imprint: 5m Publishing

Description

Keeping Pigs is a task that requires knowledge, but not necessarily time.

Aimed at people with busy schedules this instructive book gives practical information about how to manage a small herd and keep pigs happy and healthy under the time constraints of modern life.

The Commuter Pig Keeper is all-inclusive covering various breeds both as breeding herds and food sources. Topics addressed include all aspects of pig rearing, including an in depth look at breeding, housing, and handling techniques. This essential guide also discusses the administrative and business issues of pig keeping, as well as giving advice on contingency planning for when problems occur.

Written by a member of the Animal and Plant Health Agency’s Pig Expert Group, this book offers useful information for both novice and expert pig keepers.

About the author
Michaela Giles has worked in the livestock health industry since 1985 researching into the detection, mechanisms and cures of naturally occurring livestock diseases. She is a member of the Animal and Plant Health Agency’s Pig Expert Group, the Animal Health and Welfare South-East group and an elected regional sector representative for the British Pig Association. She is also a regular writer and contributor for the Practical Pigs magazine.

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