The effect of sire-C position on the economics of pigs fattening
R. Stupka, M. Špryslhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5379-AGRICECONCitation:Stupka R., Šprysl M. (2003): The effect of sire-C position on the economics of pigs fattening. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 49: 195-200.
The objective of the trial in the test station was to evaluate productive performance with respect to sire-line No. 101, 102, 103 in C-position for LWs × (LW×L) genotype in pigs. The productive performance as to growth capacity, feeding intake and quantitative traits of slaughter value was examinated for 136 hybrid pigs divided in three groups of offsprings of LWs boar No.101, 102,103. The feeding of all pigs were ad-libitum. On the base of obtained results, one could say that inside the LWs-breed, considerable differences exist between lines, importantly affecting the overall economics of fattening.Keywords:
pig, sire-line, performance, testation, profit formula, economics