post-weaning

post-weaning

pertaining to the period of about 2 weeks after weaning. Relates to the dam or the offspring.

post-weaning anestrus
a problem in sows. See anestrus.
post-weaning diarrhea
a cause of serious losses in young pigs during the first 2 weeks after weaning; a form of coliform gastroenteritis.
post-weaning Escherichia coli diarrhea
see coliform gastroenteritis.
post-weaning growth check
the sudden slowing of weight gain in piglets when they change from sow's milk to prepared grain rations.
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Thus diarrhea, growth stasis and post-weaning multi-systemic wasting syndrome commonly occur immediately after weaning (Wang et al.
The associated disease post-weaning multisystemic wasting syndrome (PMWS) is estimated to have cost the EU over 600 M euros per year at its peak.
Diarrhea is a common post-weaning condition and is characterized by reduced digestive capacity in young pigs leading to poor growth performance.
The World Health Organization (WHO) supports the view that nutrition during the first 1,000 days includes the period from preconception to the post-weaning period at two years of age has direct influences on both the growth and cognitive development of a human being's life.
THE current post-weaning period is the perfect time to start culling out persistent lameness offenders from sheep flocks, according to a leading vet.
All the singles are moved to deferred moorland grazing which is used for drying the ewes off post-weaning.
Parameters studied included calf birth weight, calf weaning weight at 7 months adjusted to 210 days, pre-weaning average daily gain (growth rate from birth to 7 months), weight of calf at 12 months adjusted to 365 days, weight of calf at 18 months adjusted 540 days, post-weaning average daily gain of calf (growth rate from 7 to 12 months), and age at first calving and calving interval of cow.
While the aim is to give an overview of the main factors affecting feed intake in pigs, such as nutritional status, energy balance, and amino acid and protein metabolism, special emphasis has been given to those factors that have received little attention in the past, such as the role of peripheral sensing, and perinatal and post-weaning events that determine feeding behavior in later life.
Piglet infection post-weaning is an important financial burden in pig farming.
What's happening, he noted, is that the beef industry is producing more beef from fewer cattle--and that has left the post-weaning segments of the industry over built.
data), 7 (14%) of 50 bats, including 1 (8%) of 13 post-weaning juveniles (4 months to 2 years of age) had neutralizing antibodies (all >32) to NiV on SNT, which suggests that virus had circulated in the colony since 2000.