Funding for this research was provided by:
Swine Levy Fund
Received: 28 May 2020
Accepted: 6 December 2020
First Online: 6 January 2021
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: The study was approved by the Danish Medicines Agency (ID: 2019050308). SEGES Innovation has implemented and maintains a Quality Management System (QMS) to ensure SEGES Innovation compliance in R&D activities with the current Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity including standards for responsible conduct of research.
: Not applicable.
: All four authors worked for Landbrug & Fødevarer, SEGES. The aim of the SEGES is to safeguard the interests of the Danish pig producers. SEGES conducts private research, innovation and dissemination of knowledge. SEGES covers all aspects of farming and farm management from crops, climate and environment, nature preservation to livestock farming and organic production. Knowledge is disseminated through various channels such as technical and scientific articles in Danish and international journals. SEGES cooperates with a range of private and public research institutes and knowledge dissemination organizations nationally and internationally. Several of SEGES’ projects are financed fully or partially by public funding.