H. David Chapman
University of Arkansas (USA)
H. David Chapman (United States)
Technical publication

Anticoccidial drugs of the livestock industry

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Anticoccidial drugs of the livestock industry
Coccidiosis is an infectious disease of the intestinal tract of wild and domestic animals caused by different protozoa. These include but are not limited to Isospora, Neospora, Cryptosporidium, and Eimeria of the phylum...
Alex Ramirez
Iowa State University
Alex Ramirez (United States)
Technical publication

Use of equine-origin antitoxins in piglets prior to exposure to mitigate the effects of Clostridium difficile infection – a pilot study

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Use of equine-origin antitoxins in piglets prior to exposure to mitigate the effects of Clostridium difficile infection – a pilot  study
In the last 10 years, Clostridium difficile has been implicated as a major cause of neonatal diarrhea in pigs.1 Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) typically affects piglets ranging in age from 1 to 7 days. Clinical signs of CDI include diarrhea...
Fabio Catunda
Phileo by Lesaffre
Fabio Catunda (France)
Technical publication

How to train the first line of defence for better immunity in pigs

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How to train the first line of defence for better immunity in pigs
It is now possible to train the first line of defence system of animals. This will not only help to be better protected against diseases, it also creates a stronger and better vaccine response. This immune training can be done with beta-glucans...
BioMatrix International
Technical publication

Field trial results in fattening pigs

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Field trial results in fattening pigs
In this research trials, we found that Biolex with an inclusion rate of 1lb/ton of feed, improved weight gain and gain to feed ratio in animals under heat stress, when included only in late finishing, and also improves ileal energy digestibility...
Márcio Gonçalves
Swine it
Márcio Gonçalves (United States)
Video publishing

Managing pig growth during special conditions

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Managing pig growth during special conditions
Dr. John Patience (Iowa State University) talks about feeding programs, management and health issues in a Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves...
Peter Lieberzeit
Technical publication

Aptamer-Based QCM-Sensor for Rapid Detection of PRRS Virus

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Aptamer-Based QCM-Sensor for Rapid Detection of PRRS Virus
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome is an important disease in swine industry. The disease has become endemic in many countries throughout the world following an epidemic phase. It is caused by infection with the Porcine...
José David Escobar
Technical publication

Digestible lysine in diets for primiparous lactating sows

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The feed intake was kept at 5.0 kg /day. A completely randomized blocks design, with four treatments (45, 50, 55 and 60 gr DLI/day), fifteen replicates, and the sow considered as the experimental unit, were used. The levels of lysine tested had...
Joaquin Armando Paulino Paniagua
Universidad ISA (Instituto Superior de Agricultura)
Technical publication

What are the innovative ingredients of the future in animal nutrition?

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What are the innovative ingredients of the future in animal nutrition?
Summary: - A growing population that we have to feed by 2050, approximately 9,000 million inhabitants. - Climate change, global warming, atmospheric phenomena (Hurricanes, floods, prolonged drought that drastically affects grain crops...
Llilianne Ganges
Technical publication

Identification of an Immunosuppressive Cell Population during Classical Swine Fever Virus Infection and Its Role in Viral Persistence in the Host

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Identification of an Immunosuppressive Cell Population during Classical Swine Fever Virus Infection and Its Role in Viral Persistence in the Host
Classical swine fever (CSF) remains a highly relevant disease in swine, causing major losses to the industry which are related to various forms of disease [1]. CSF has been eradicated in the US and Western Europe and remains...
Eduardo Rosa Medina
BioMatrix International
Eduardo Rosa Medina (United States)
Technical publication

Field trial results in nursery pigs

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Field trial results in nursery pigs
Biolex Field trial results in nursery pigs In this research, we found that Biolex improved piglet’s weight gain during the first week after weaning and also in the overall nursery period in 3 different conditions: Deprivation Model...
 
 
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