How to raise pigs in an easy to manage and odor free piggery through the Profitable Innovative Growing System or PIGS, a method of raising pigs in an environment that mimics their natural habitat, designed by ProNatural Feed Corporation. PIGS technology, unlike conventional piggeries, allows for stress free pigs that are less prone to sickness and diseases. Use Feedpro together with this natural hog raising technology to ensure that your hog business produces safe and healthy meat in a sustainable and eco-friendly manner.

odor-free piggery

Advantages of using Profitable Innovative Growing System (PIGS)

– Solves bad odor and health risks in piggeries
– Easier, cleaner, and cost-effective
– Reduces antibiotic dependency in swine
– Environment and community-friendly
– Health protection for both humans and animals
– Promotes humane animal treatment

Guidelines in Constructing an Odorless Pigpen/ Odor-free Piggery

– Avoid lowland where flood incidence is high during rainy season

– Soil or earth flooring must be above the highest possible water level in case of flood

– Piggery must have adequate wind and sunlight penetration

– General bedding requirement is at least one and a half (1.5) square meters per pig

– Place 2 to 3 foot deep newly milled rice hull or other organic materials above the earth/soil flooring to act as bedding for the pigs

– Wallowing pond should be 1 meter wide spanning the length of the pen with water depth of 1 to 4 inches deep depending on the size of the pig

– Feeding trough should be constructed opposite the wallowing pond and should be 11 inches from the wall of the pen

– Use concrete hollow blocks for the lower fencing around the pen, for the wallowing pool, and feeding troughs

– Use iron bars or matured bamboos as upper fencing to allow for wind to pass through and to prevent pigs from jumping out of the pen

Managing an Odorless Pigpen/ Odor-free Piggery

– Change the water in the wallowing pond everyday

– Provide unlimited clean drinking water

– Follow the prescribed feeding guide

– After harvest, the rice hull bedding can be used as compost or plant fertilizer

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