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Improving Pig Health and Welfare Through Early Disease Detection Using Infrared Thermography

January 2017 to November 2017

Patrick Gagnon, Ph.D. - Water Science and M.Sc. - Statistics
Responsible - Analyzing and Evaluating Data

Phone: 418 650-2440 ext. 4311
Cell.: 418 576-5079
Email: pgagnon@cdpq.ca

Demonstrate that measuring the surface temperature (heat emitted) of a group of piglets in the nursery allows early and precise detection of certain porcine diseases.

More specifically, when a rise in temperature is measured on a group of piglets, this would be an early indicator of a health problem.
Centre de développement du porc du Québec inc.
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