Pig Nutrition News

News published on April 20, 2005:

USA - Study will examine how kernel traits affect performance in swine, poultry

How do the kernel traits of the corn in swine and poultry feed influence weight gain and performance? Researchers with Golden Harvest Seeds, Inc., and Iowa State University are working together to identify the ...
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Agriculture Online
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News published on April 19, 2005:

USA - California conference to focus on animal nutrition

The 2005 California Animal Nutrition Conference and Technical Symposium will be held May 11-12 at the Piccadilly Inn Hotel in Fresno, Calif. The symposium, sponsored by the Zinpro Corp., will be held May 11...
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Poultry Today
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News published on April 11, 2005:

USA - Soybean meal projects examine value-added opportunities

A four-year research project at the University of Illinois examining ways to enhance soybean meal's use as livestock feed is winding down with some impressive potential applications for producers and processors...
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Poultry Today
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News published on March 31, 2005:

Int’l - Feed enzyme technology increases profitability and reduces risks

Developments in feed enzyme technology can substantially increase the profitability of poultry and pig production while reducing associated financial and health risks, Dr Milan Hruby, Technical Services Manager...
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Danisco Animal Nutrition
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News published on February 18, 2005:

Int’l - U of A Recommends Strategies for Maximizing Feeding Value of Low Quality Grains

Researchers at the University of Alberta are recommending a combination of strategies for maximizing the feeding value of low quality grains. As a result of unfavorable weather conditions much of the grain ...
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Manitoba Pork Council
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News published on February 7, 2005:

Canada - Swine Producers Encouraged to Consider Increasing Bulk Density of Gestating Sow Diets

The Head of the University of Plymouth's Food, Nutrition and Health Research Group is encouraging swine producers to consider increasing the bulk density of diets fed to gestating sows as a way of improving beh...
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Manitoba Pork Council
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News published on January 27, 2005:

UK - Cost per tonne versus the value of a good starter diet

Some setbacks in pigs that are commonly attributed to wasting disease are much more likely to be stress-related or nutritional in origin, and diet choice is a key factor, says Pork Chain Solutions. Any compr...
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National Pig Association
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News published on January 7, 2005:

Int’l - SDSU research: Adding field peas to swine rations could lower cost, phosphorous levels

Feeding field peas in swine diets could lower feed costs and lower the amount of phosphorous in manure. According to South Dakota State University associate professor of monogastric nutrition Hans Stein, fie...
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Tri-State Neighbor
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News published on January 4, 2005:

Canada - Consumers Encouraged to Consider Ingredients Rather than Foods

An Ottawa based nutrition consultant says it's not the food but rather the ingredients used to prepare that food that will make it healthy or unhealthy. The US Food and Drug Administration recommends minimi...
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Manitoba Pork Council
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News published on December 30, 2004:

Int’l - Amino Acid Requirements Based on Protein Deposition Rates

Introduction The pace of change in swine diet formulation over the past decade has been truly staggering. During the 1990’s, we successfully adopted a number of new technologies. The use of phase feeding is ...
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Prairie Swine Center
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