Topigs’ weaning rate in Brazil tops national average

In 2012, Brazilian farms with Topigsgenetics weaned 29.5 piglets per sow per year. This is 3.2 piglets more thanthe national average.

Weaning rates for piglets from Topigs genetics were higher than the Brazilian national average in 2012.
Weaning rates for piglets from Topigs genetics were higher than the Brazilian national average in 2012.

In 2012, Brazilian farms with Topigs genetics weaned 29.5 piglets per sow per year. This is 3.2 piglets more than the national average.

The 25 top herds with Topigs genetics weaned 30.4 piglets per sow per year. TOPIGS sows produced 13.0 live born and 12.0 weaned piglets per litter. The average for Brazil was 12.2 live born and 11.2 weaned piglets per litter.

The high production combined with the low pre-weaning mortality, shows the craftsmanship of our Brazilian clients to unlock the high genetic potential of TOPIGS sows. The TOPIGS balanced breeding approach aims for results in sows with high fertility, excellent mothering abilities, and vigorous, strong piglets.

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