Pinna, Walter and Sedda, Patrizio and Delogu, Gianmichele and Moniello, Giuseppe and Cappai, Maria Grazia and Solinas, Irene Lara (2005) Effect of intraperitoneal transponder on the productive performances of suckling piglets. In: 56th Annual meeting of the European association for animal production: book of abstracts, 5-8 June 2005, Uppsala, Sweden. Wageningen, Wageningen Academic Publishers. p. 9. (EAAP book of abstracts, 11). eISBN 978-90-8686-544-4. Conference or Workshop Item.
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32 piglets, 1-4 days old and weighting between 1,400 kg and 3,950 kg, have been separated into 2 groups: 16 piglets (group T) have been electronically identified by intraperitoneal injection of a bio-glass encapsulated transponder (HDX technology, TIRISTM; 16 piglets (group C) were the control. The time requested to apply a single transponder and record the data was of 2' 30", on average. The health and the welfare status of the animals have been evaluated during all the experiment. The readability of transponders in group T was evaluated both in live animals at the moment of injection using a portable reader supplied by a stick antenna and at slaughterhouse, by static reading in ante mortem visit and by dynamic reading in post mortem visit. The weight of animals at the moment of injection was 2651±786 kg vs. 2705±581 kg and, at slaughterhouse, 9467±1762 kg vs. 9645±1804 kg respectively for T and C group. No statistic difference on productive performances of the groups rose. The transponder showed 100% readability and recovery. The intraperitoneal electronic identification provided a foolproof method to check animal identity in productive chain, both in farm and at slaughterhouse.
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