Dana J. Tomlinson
Dana J. Tomlinson (United States)
Technical publication

From human research to animal research and application: How do we make the leap?

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From human research to animal research and application: How do we make the leap?
Trace minerals are essential elements in the maintenance of life for man and animal. However, what is not well understood or appreciated is how absorption and retention of these minerals can affect animal and...
Morgan Montgomery
Morgan Montgomery (United States)
Publication of news release

Abstract deadline extended: Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals

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Abstract deadline extended: Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals
Make your plans now to attend the in-person 2021 Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals from October 31-November 3, 2021. You cannot attend the symposium in person? No problem. The meeting will be live streamed from November 1 to 3...
Oketch Elijah Ogola
Chungnam National University
Oketch Elijah Ogola (South Korea)
Technical publication

An assessment of the effect on weaned piglet growth performance brought about by super dosing phytase on diets adequate in P

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“Super dosing” involves the use of enough phytase to release as much P as possible, optimize the digestibility of other phytate-bound nutrients, restore the Ca/P balance, and improve growth performance. It is common practice to evaluate phytase on...
Florencia Correa
IRTA
Technical publication

Comparative analysis of the fecal microbiota from different species of domesticated and wild suids

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Comparative analysis of the fecal microbiota from different species of domesticated and wild suids
Most of the microorganisms living in a symbiotic relationship in different animal body sites (microbiota) reside in the gastrointestinal tract (GIT). Several studies have shown that the microbiota is involved in host susceptibilities to pathogens...
Arnau Vidal
Innovad
Arnau Vidal (Belgium)
Technical publication

5 revelations about mycotoxins from blood spot analyses

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5 revelations about mycotoxins from blood spot analyses
Over four years of research resulted in the development of an in vivo blood spot testing method for mycotoxins and the launch of the RISE ®  Platform. One year later five key learnings have emerged that...
Jesus Morales Barbosa
Publication of news release

China pork production: 2022 forecast

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China pork production: 2022 forecast
In 2022, hog production will decline by 5 percent due to low inventories and a smaller sow herd, which resulted from significant slaughter and delayed restocking in 2021. In 2022, government policies will disincentivize small- and medium-scale...
Dr. Tim A McAllister
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Technical publication

The role of livestock in sustainable food production systems in Canada

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The role of livestock in sustainable food production systems in Canada
Global drivers impacting food production and consumption. The agricultural sector is faced with the daunting challenge of producing food for a growing global population, which is expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030, 9.7 billion by 2050 and...
Chengbo Yang
University of Manitoba
Chengbo Yang (Canada)
Technical publication

Effects of Peptidoglycan on inflammation, nutrient transporter gene expression and barrier function in porcine intestinal epithelial cells (IPEC-J2 cells)

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Peptidoglycan (PGN) is a polymer in bacterial cell walls and may constrain the gut functionality and lowering intestinal efficiencies in livestock. Previous studies demonstrated that dietary muramidase, an enzyme to cleave the ß-1, 4 glycosidic...
R Dean Boyd
R Dean Boyd (United States)
Technical publication

Review: innovation through research in the North American pork industry

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Review: innovation through research in the North American pork industry
This article identifies the most significant research innovations that, in our opinion, have been applied by the North American pork industry in the past decade. They are primarily the result of leading edge research in North America...
Eddie Ruiz De Pellon
Special Nutrients
Eddie Ruiz De Pellon (United States)
Video publishing

Mycotoxins: Adsorbing the most harmful ones

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Mycotoxins: Adsorbing the most harmful ones
Mycoad and Mycoad AZ adsorb and retain mycotoxins in the gastrointestinal tract to be excreted through the feces, eliminating or diminishing toxicity and immunosuppression, with a significant improvement in animal performance. Know more about...
 
 
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