Pig Progress is proud to announce is latest webinar which was held on Wednesday March 31, at 10am Central European Time, organised by Nedap.

During this webinar we gave practical and easily applicable options to watch over individual animals to drive farm automation and unlock essential information. Enabling farmers to grow their business while increasing animal health and well-being, sustainability, biosecurity, transparency and the safety and quality of food.

Nedap helps livestock farmers to be the best performing farmers in the world. Two expert speakers with plenty of international experience showed you how.

Register here:


Martin Enderink, Global Sales Director at Nedap

Title presentation: Maximize profit from perfectly tuned finishing pigs.

Gain more knowledge about the challenging phase of pork production and efficient ways to produce more meat per square meter. In this stage, performance indicators count. These much desired numbers are available in real-time and continuously supports improved feed strategy, health management and logistics planning and maximizes payout.

The Nedap PorkSense solution finetunes finishing pig management to feed pigs based on individual weights to optimize feed efficiency, finish uniform groups, forecast optimal delivery and save labor costs.

Chiel van LentheProduct Manager at Nedap

Title presentation: Pig performance testing; harvesting data made easy!

Always wanted to know how to optimize your pigs genetics or feed composition?

A fully automated  performance testing system creates clear insight into individual pig and nutritional performance. This solution accurately and reliably measures and records pig performance indicators including individual weights, feed intake and feed conversion ratio.

The data it provides is immediately available for review and has a unique feature allowing you to rank and select the pigs with the highest performance capacity.  Or save on feed costs by determing the most cost effective feed formulas.

Vincent ter BeekHost and Editor Pig Progress