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Sorry, but I think we must consider the molecules, products, by-products generated by microbioma before indicate any benefic effect in performance in piglets or sows. The food animal industry must get an alliance with other scientist who are studing DNA or micro-arrays to offer a conclusion about any supplementation.
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The work seemed interesting to me from all angles, but zootechnical and health highlight more because of the increase in the volume of production of colostrum and IgG, which would give us heavier and healthy piglets.
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Hello Hasan, consistent results. I would like to add that the positive change in the microbiota of the matrices, can also also result in benefit in the microbiota of the piglets. This possible change contributes to the health and, consequently, the development of the piglets, improving the weight of litter at weaning.
Article published the February 26, 2019
Introduction Yeast derivatives (YD) are widely used in animal nutrition as natural additives [1,2]. YD typically contains a complex of mannan oligosaccharides (MOS) and polysaccharides, glucomannoproteins, and betaglucans. They are commonly produced by enzymatic hydrolysis of different yeasts and contain mainly the insoluble cell wall fraction after separation of the soluble extract fraction. The ...
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What could be the causes of this non- failure level of progesterone?
Participation in Forum on August 16, 2018
Hello David Hoo, it contains MOS, but certainly not a MOS product. Rather combination. You can visit our website for the product details.
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Participation in Forum on August 16, 2018
Hello, Dominique Lubi it's Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Here's the link for the full article, it's open access. Please let know if you are further interested. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0197586
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Introduction Despite increased bio-security measures, pigs are often exposed to chronic sub-clinical level of diseases and climatic (heat) stress in commercial farms, causing a lower feed intake and performance. Differences in health or immune status of the pigs is one of the reasons for the large variation in the performance of pigs between commercial farms (Pastorelli et al., 2012). The optimal ...
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