Márcio Gonçalves
Swine it
Márcio Gonçalves (United States)
Video publishing

5 Non-negotiables in Swine Reproduction

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5 Non-negotiables in Swine Reproduction
Dr. Billy Flowers (NC State University) discusses reproductive management in depth during a Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves.
Márcio Gonçalves
Swine it
Márcio Gonçalves (United States)
Video publishing

Tail biting in finishing pigs

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Tail biting in finishing pigs
Dr. Flaviana Gottardo and Dr. Annalisa Scollo (University of Padova, Italy) gave practical recommendations for producers on this issue during this Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves.
Dr. Joel DeRouchey
Swine it
Dr. Joel DeRouchey (United States)
Video publishing

Recent thoughts on enzymes in swine nutrition

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Recent thoughts on enzymes in swine nutrition
Dr. Joel DeRouchey (Kansas State University) talks about pig diets formulation in a Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves.
Ronnick FONG
Hangzhou DE Mark Industrial Co Ltd
Ronnick FONG (China)
Technical publication

Lost in the Market Uncertainty Caused by the Outbreak

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Lost in the Market Uncertainty Caused by the Outbreak
From 2Q onwards, the chemical industry upward trend was verified as a set one. Prices of more than 40 critical chemical raw materials showed an increase. At that time, there were also some raw materials with market prices falling. As of...
Ignacio Lopez Paredes
LIPTOSA
Technical publication

Streptococcosis control in swine production

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Streptococcosis control in swine production
Streptococcosis are diseases caused by different species of the genus Streptococcus and, in the case of swine, mainly due to Streptococcus suis . There are 35 recognised serotypes of S. suis, being the serotypes 2, 1/2, 7 and 9 the most...
Jean-François Picimbon
Technical publication

Curing piglets from diarrhea and preparation of a healthy microbiome with Bacillus treatment for industrial animal breeding

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Curing piglets from diarrhea and preparation of a healthy microbiome with Bacillus treatment for industrial animal breeding
Animal breeding is an old practice developed by humans for the production of dairy foods (cattle), transport (horses), rodeo or recreational events (dogs and bison for instance). The task of domestication and/or specific animal breeding at...
Cinta Sol
Cinta Sol (Spain)
Technical publication

Effects of the Feed: Water Mixing Proportion on Diet Digestibility of Growing Pigs

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Effects of the Feed: Water Mixing Proportion on Diet Digestibility of Growing Pigs
The effect of different water-to-feed ratios on apparent total tract digestibility was evaluated in growing–finishing pigs. Interest in giving pigs wet feed has increased in recent decades. However, there are still many concerns about doing...
Welington Gonzaga do Vale
Technical publication

Development and assessment of a low-cost embedded system for evaluation of animal thermal comfort

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Development and assessment of a low-cost embedded system for evaluation of animal thermal comfort
The challenge of the contemporary production of agricultural products is intrinsically linked to optimizing processes and production costs. Ensuring thermal comfort, considering that the intense incidence of solar radiation and the...
Agnieszka Tkaczyk
Technical publication

Dilute-And-Shoot HPLC-UV Method for Determination of Urinary Creatinine as a Normalization Tool in Mycotoxin Biomonitoring in Pigs

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Dilute-And-Shoot HPLC-UV Method for Determination of Urinary Creatinine as a Normalization Tool in Mycotoxin Biomonitoring in Pigs
Creatinine (2-amino-1-methyl-2-imidazoline-4-one) is the final metabolism product of creatine in mammals [1], which is excreted exclusively by the kidneys via glomerular filtration and, to a lesser extent, by tubular secretion...
Ann Arfken
USDA - United States Department of Agriculture
Ann Arfken (United States)
Technical publication

Temporal Dynamics of the Gut Bacteriome and Mycobiome in the Weanling Pig

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Temporal Dynamics of the Gut Bacteriome and Mycobiome in the Weanling Pig
The gastrointestinal (GI) tract is home to the gut microbiome, trillions of colonizing and transient microbes. These microbes support critical health functions including digestion, immune development, metabolism, and resistance to...
 
 
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