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German farmer is `health manager of the year`
A prize for health management has been awarded at the world congress of pig veterinarians for the first time. The prize at the IPVS congress in Hamburg (June 27th to July 1st) went to Karl Kleinhölting, a farmer from Coesfeld in Westphalia, for meat production `with a high level of responsibility and expertise.`

The competition was run by the specialist publication `dlz-agrarmagazin` together with Bayer HealthCare, one of the six partners of the IPVS congress, with the aim of promoting good examples of outstanding animal health management by farmers.

The piglet producer Kleinhölting has 270 sows with exemplary baby piglet husbandry. The farmer`s advanced hygiene and health management was deemed to be outstanding by the jury, which was made up of veterinarians and consultants

Source: www.ipvs.com


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