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Extensive farmers may be willing to accept biologically inefficient production methods and costlier inputs compared to commodity producers, and consequently seek markets willing to compensate them for the unique product they produce.

Their farms are not large enough to take advantage of economies of scale. Typically, the numbers of growing and reproducing pigs are Initially, they manage feeds and feeding in those settings.

New farmers are excited and may be willing to spend extra money if needed for the principles and beliefs they adhere to. They successfully sell to like-minded consumers. The excitement begins to wear off if customers stop buying because products are too expensive. If this happens, the new farmer must find ways to reduce costs or find customers willing to pay more in order for the farm business is to be profitable. They ask how they can decrease cost of production, and they search for the most valuable change they can make to their current feed procurement plan; realizing that feed is the most expensive input.

In this two-part series, several management and procurement approaches are discussed relative to feeding pigs in extensive settings. Feed is available in ready-to-feed bags, ready-to-feed bulk, or one can purchase ingredients and formulate their own.

Generally, the cost of feed decreases with increasing responsibility for grinding, formulating, mixing, storage and quality control. Taking on responsibility for devising the nutritional program and making the feed must result in equivalent or improved production and a cost improvement that accounts for the added time and knowledge more time formulating, buying individual ingredients, more automation for bulk procurement of ingredients, equipment and power to manufacture feed, automation for delivery to bins, and delivery to feeders.

Desirable growth, animal health and product quality are most readily obtained by providing pigs their daily nutrient requirements, each day. Daily rations should be specific to the stage of growth and or reproduction, and they should provide minimum daily requirements suggested by the National Research Council NRC 2.

Allen Harper The ingredients may be grains, grain by-products, forages, dried animal products, minerals, and vitamins. These complete feeds are made at a feed manufacturing facility; which is sometimes a local grain elevator and sometimes a regional commercial feed mill. Complete feeds may be purchased from the local elevator, farm stores, or from an area feed dealer. Local elevators will provide feed in bulk or bagged. The potency of vitamins and minerals in a complete feed decreases with time, exposure to heat and moisture, and sunlight if in clear plastic.

When you purchase a complete feed, you are buying their expertise in knowing the dietary requirements, nutrient availability in the feedstuffs used in the mix, grinding and mixing, and quality control.

With the purchase of the complete feed, you do not grow or buy the feed ingredients. You do not have to store feed ingredients and be concerned about loss of nutrition, pest infestation, and spoilage. The complete feed made by small local grain elevators is typically in meal form. Larger commercial feed mills often make feeds in pellet form. Pelleted feed is more expensive. The first advantage of pelleted feed is that pigs cannot sort through their feed, so each bite represents the balanced diet as designed.

The second advantage of pelleted feed is that the pigs waste less feed and the feed-to-gain ratio is more desirable. With a well-designed feeder, more frequent small meals, and less feed wastage, the feed-to-gain ratio of pigs receiving feed in meal form can be equal to those received pelleted feed. Taking measures to minimize feed waste, regardless of feed form, may have far greater economic payback than changing your procurement approach from buying complete feed to some degree of at-home mixing.

Take time to call or visit elevators in your vicinity to shop for a less expensive price. Investigate if it is possible to negotiate feed price based on a larger quantity and a commitment to buy for an extended period of time. When buying from a mill or elevator that you have not used before, ask other customers how their pigs have performed on the ration you are considering.

Do your best to evaluate nutritional equivalency when shopping by comparing feed tags. All commercially available feeds must be labeled, and that label must include a guaranteed analysis stating the nutrient concentrations guaranteed by the manufacturer. Concentrations of all trace minerals copper, zinc, iron, selenium, manganese, and iodine and vitamins A, D 3 , E, K, B 12 , riboflavin, pantothenic acid, niacin, choline, biotin, folic acid, and pyridoxine may not be presented on the feed tag, but they are important and rations must be balanced for them.

The feed tag must also include the common name of each ingredient. This allows the manufacturer to substitute one ingredient for another as market prices fluctuate. In contrast, some feed manufacturers use a locked formula where feed products are made using the same ingredients time after time.

Feed milled according to a locked formula may fluctuate more in price with ingredient availability. Additional information needs to be included on the label if a medication has been added to the feed. The price benefit of buying complete feed in bulk may be significant.

The cost advantage may pay for a used or new bin in a few years if the number of pigs you feed annually is large enough. The price difference between bulk and bagged complete feed will be specific to the feed mill and the distance from the mill to your home. The price advantage with purchasing bulk feed is obtained with quantities of one ton or more.

Many local elevators cannot make smaller quantities easily and accurately. Building your own bins from wood may be cheapest.

Wood, however, is very difficult to sanitize if that becomes necessary following exposure to a pathogen, mold, mycotoxin or other anti-nutritional factor. The cost of the bin may be spread over several years, making the prospect of payback achievable with even fewer pigs. Thus, the factor in making a decision to purchase a bulk feed bin, is having enough pigs to consume at least a ton of a specific diet. The right-hand column shows the estimated number of animals pigs or sows that need to be in a cohort to consume one ton of feed.

So it takes at least nursery pigs to consume one ton of their first diet and it takes at least 5 nursing sows to consume a ton of lactation feed.

Likewise, only 20 feeder pigs will justify the purchase of bulk feed for rearing to harvest weights. If one ton of feed is too much for the number of pigs you plan to feed, then various consequences need to be considered.

With too few pigs being fed in a given growth period on the small farm, then you may feed them a diet longer, which is over-fortified for them. Or you may feed an under-fortified diet early, as it is cheaper.

Underfed pigs grow more slowly and deposit less lean mass, particularly when 2 to 4 months of age. If one ton of feed is too much, consider whether it may be possible to split orders with other farms in close proximity.

Many small farms will need to purchase starter feed in bags but may be able to take advantage of bulk pricing for feed for market hogs or sows. This article was published by Michigan State University Extension. Feeding pigs in extensive production: Part 1.

Meet Nutritional Requirements Desirable growth, animal health and product quality are most readily obtained by providing pigs their daily nutrient requirements, each day. Table 1.

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To help maintain farm bio-security not just for yourself but for others, it is highly advisable to have a semen drop off point away from the main pig unit or at least away from areas that are crossed with other farm vehicles. The next best option is for the semen to be placed in an insulated box and arrange for a member of staff to receive a text message from the courier driver to say the semen has been delivered so it can be collected and placed in the temperature controlled box inside the farm as soon as possible. Using maximum and minimum thermometers inside the box will indicate the actual temperature.

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To accomplish this goal, we build bins from the heaviest gauge, highest structural strength steel available on the market today. It starts with the selection of steel. Most feed bins are built from a mixture of steel grades. The sidewall sheets and legs are manufactured from Grade 50 structural steel 50, psi while the other components are produced using a commercial grade type B steel 33, psi The entire Hog Slat bin is manufactured using only Grade 55 Structural Steel with a superior strength of 55, psi. We use stronger steel in the smallest part of our bin than the competition does in their most important critical components. From thicker bottom cone sheets to resist dents from hammers to bin collars over four gauges thicker than competitive brands.

Feeding pigs in extensive production: Part 1

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Production of pork produces approximately half the GHGs per kilo of meat compared to beef or lamb since pigs are monogastric and produce only a fraction of the methane of ruminants. However the majority of UK beef and lamb are fed from land that is not suitable for any other agricultural cropping and which is sequestering carbon, while extensive and especially intensive pork production utilises arable crops to produce food with far less efficiency than the direct consumption of those crops. Traditionally pig production was an efficient means of converting inedible waste food and bi-products into food, with current legislation on swill feed meaning that this is not at present possible. GHG emissions from pig rearing systems are primarily nitrous oxide N 2 O which in most studies accounts for about half of all GHG emissions with the remainder being equal between methane CH 4 and carbon dioxide CO 2.

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Mycotoxins in the Feed Feedstuffs commonly fed to pigs can contain a number peanuts, corn, and other crops harvested under wet conditions and stored at a high from the intestinal tract of mycotoxins (aflatoxins) produced by the fungus.

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Extensive farmers may be willing to accept biologically inefficient production methods and costlier inputs compared to commodity producers, and consequently seek markets willing to compensate them for the unique product they produce. Their farms are not large enough to take advantage of economies of scale.

In the context of the intensification of pig production and consequent higher animal densities, the environmental effects have to be considered. Global issues such as greenhouse gas emissions from livestock production are becoming internationally recognized. The main direct environmental impact of pig production is related to the manure produced. Appropriate storage can reduce the amount of greenhouse gases released, and the production of combustibles through bio-digestion can help to make optimum use of the natural resources involved in the production cycle.

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