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Sow culling is a significant task for animal breeders and farmers; moreover, it provides a basis for profitable pork production as well. The reason for culling the majority of sows is their low productivity. 15-20% of culled sows farrows only once, and sows in product-manufacturing farms generally do not live until their 5. farrowing cycle. Depending on farm potentialities, it can have several reasons. Our study has investigated data from 1969 sows culled in 2005 in a large-scale pig breedingfatcat:tq24xeurerdxfotv7czg6c6asq