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T.J. Gaydos (Gaydos Technical Services) discussed lipids and oxidation, as well as the use of vitamin E, during the 8th Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals in St. Louis, USA.
Article published the March 28, 2011
In pigs, energy derived from the diet is digested in the small intestine through enzymatic hydrolysis or fermented in the large intestine by micro-organisms. In growing animals, hindgut fermentation accounts for 8 to 18% of total dietary energy, increasing with non starch polysaccharides (NSP) levels. Sow diets are higher in fibre than pig diets, but little is known about hindgut fermentation in s ...
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