As per sa table ni kuyang Vetimer, ito po ang interpretation ko;
1) Total feeds consumed from 10weeks old to 28weeks old = 263.9 kilos
2) Total weight gain from 10weeks old to 28weeks old = 20-100 = 80 kilos
Therefore FCR: 263.9/ 80 = 3.29
Malayo po talaga yan sa mga FCR na sinasabi sa earlier post nina Sir Irwinmelo (post #866) at Kuyang Vetimer (post #819).
Baka si kuyang vetimer ang makapagpalinaw sa confusion ninyo.
Actually hindi na ako confuse. Kasi ang timbang ng baboy namin ay naaayon naman sa table ng feed manufacturer sa number of days from DOB, volume of feeds given to the pigs and average total kilos.
Hindi ko na kelangan ang mga feed costings, FCRs, etc dahil alam ko hindi naman ako malulugi sa sariling katay at pagbenta ng retail. May bumili din ng 3 biik, alam ko hindi rin ako lugi sa price na P2K first 10 kilos at P100 in excess of 10kilos. Example: 31 kilos ay P4100 binayaran. Pinatigil ko agad pagbenta ng biik dahil palakihin na lang namin at ibenta sa P180 per kilo ang karne. Importante lang na hindi bansot ang mga baboy at nag-conform naman sa table ng feed manufacturer. The above information is enough. Sabi nga ni Sir Irwinmelo, pag tumama na sa table ng feed manufacturer, puede ng mag-experiment ng ibang feeding system and compare the results.
Sa ad libitum, either binibigay via feeding troughs (dry/wet feeding) or binibigay via autofeeder (dry only), or binibigay sa once a day or 2x a day feeding, basta parepareho lalabas ang volume given, I consider all the volumes as the same dahil all systems give the pigs all they can eat 24 hours a day as suggested by the tables. The volume of feeds given in my above information, I consider the same as yours, and the same as stated in the table of Vetimer. The other information such as total number of days from DOB and total average kilos attained at market day are also the same as yours, Vetimer's table and our feed manufacturer's table.
Therefore, the resulting average kilos per our table, which our pigs also attained, and which your attained average kilos that are very much over the suggested kilos per tables are enough good information already without the FCRs, etc.
I now know that our pigs are also OK based on the manufacturer's table and type of feed we are giving.
I also know that your pigs are doing pretty good because your pigs have exceeded the average kilos stated in our tables as of disposal date from date of DOB.
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