Pig or pig has long been a familiar, funny animal. Join Achaupharm to learn about the characteristics of the pig and what values it brings to people.
The pig is an animal that has been purebred by humans for a long time. Considered as an animal that improves and enhances the life of every farmer in all regions because the economic value that this animal brings is huge.
A pig or a pig is an animal that has been associated with humans for a long time and around it there are many stories in popular culture about the pig. In culture, a pig is also played with many names such as pig, uncle, dragon, phoenix. In Eastern culture, pigs are the last of the 12 zodiac animals (Pigs) and the last of the six animals. There are two basic, important principles to pay attention to in order to prevent diseases in pigs that are:
a. Pig care: A herd of healthy, well-cared pigs has high resistance to, and will be more resistant to, most of the pathogens they encounter.
b. Herd management: The managed herd of pigs is very important to the husbandry-veterinary process. Sick pigs are most likely carriers of the disease, the main source of infection for healthy pigs in the herd, when exposed, so they must be isolated to reduce the chance of the disease to spread. Poor nutrition, care, weak pigs, strength …
Pig’s English name is Pig
Classification and feed of pigs.
An animal belonging to the ungulate family and originated as a wild boar, but has been domesticated as cattle for a long time.
Currently, pigs are classified into 2 groups: wild pigs and domestic pigs. In that wild boar has up to 14 species and they are distributed throughout the continents. Their habitats are forests or meadows.
The breed pig has the following:
Pig Ba Xuyen
Pig Muong Khuong
Pig Tieu Nhieu
So what species of pigs eat to grow – pigs are omnivores including domestic pigs and wild boars. So their food can be animal or plant food, even human leftovers.
Common characteristics of pigs.
Domestic pigs or wild boars, if they live in the wild, have one characteristic that they often use their noses to pluck soil and foraging.
Pig noses are quite sensitive, they can smell food very quickly. There are many places where people train pigs so they can help them find mushrooms in forests.
Pigs have the habit of living in groups so wild boars often live in groups or groups of families. Domestic pigs are also often kept in groups or separated from the mother pig.
Pigs have thick skin and some species have very hard fur, so people often exploit pig skin and pig hair to make some products for human consumption.
Pigs in human life.
It can be said that pig is an animal that gives humans a lot of economic value. In which, pork brings nutritional value to human health.
Pig skins of some species are commonly used for rugby purposes. Pig hair is used to make brushes, even pig manure is also used as fertilizer for plants to help plants grow faster.
In terms of culture and religion, pigs also appear quite a lot. Specifically, they appear many times in Vietnamese folk paintings. They represent the cycle of one year out of the 12 zodiac animals.
In ancient times, pigs were also an item to offer to the gods. In some religions, a law also prohibits eating pork because this animal is related to certain religious beliefs. So pork is a taboo dish for both Muslims and Jews.
Not only that, but this animal also appears as a god in ancient Chinese films. It even appeared in some literary works of countries around the world.
We have just learned about pigs with their characteristics as well as their meanings for human life. Hopefully this article of Achaupharm will bring useful information for those who want to learn about this animal.