Amino acids in swine nutrition Technical Articles

Article published the March 22, 2018:
Background With the increased global production of livestock, dairy, and poultry, the demand for feed is also increasing and co-products from the tropical food industries are increasingly used in diets fed to ...
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Dr Rommel C. SulaboHans H. Stein, PhDJerubella AbelillaYanhong Liu
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Article published the February 22, 2018:
Introduction The use of standardized ileal digestible (SID) AA has become a standard approach in diet formulation as it helps to accurately meet a pig’s requirement, and enhance the ingredient utilizatio...
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Aaron JonesBob GoodbandCarine VierDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthJon De JongMárcio GonçalvesMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the February 15, 2018:
Introduction In order to lower feed costs, crystalline AA are used routinely in swine diets to replace a portion of the soybean meal. The AA that are currently available to add to swine diets include lysine, t...
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Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthKyle JordanMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the January 4, 2018:
Background After pigs are weaned from their dams, morphological and functional changes occur in their small intestine. Pluske et al. [1] reported decreased villi height and increased crypt dept. Because newly-...
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Eduardo NogueiraJack OdleJames Usry, Ph.D.Marianne KutschenkoRafael Cabrera
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Article published the November 16, 2017:
NTRODUCTION For efficient production of animal products, the right amount of nutritionally adequate feedstuff should be supplied to the animal. All dietary components, such as energy, amino acid (AA), vitamins...
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Changsu KongLayi Adeola
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Article published the November 2, 2017:
Introduction The increase in litter size over recent decades has reduced the uterine space available for fetal growth and development, thus reducing individual piglet birth weight. Consequently, lower birth we...
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Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthMárcio GonçalvesMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the October 25, 2017:
Constraints to achieving precision feedingToday, feed can be formulated to an accuracy of many decimal places. This is vital for effective least cost formulation, as feed accounts for over 70 percent of animal ...
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Ferdinando AlmeidaHoward Simmins
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Article published the September 14, 2017:
  Gut remodeling after weaning Heo et al. (2012) provide an excellent review of the gastrointestinal changes that occur in weaned pigs after weaning. As a brief summary of their review, the gastrointesti...
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Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the August 17, 2017:
Introduction Protein deposition corresponds to the positive balance between protein synthesis and breakdown (Metayer et al., 2008). In an effort to maximize the protein deposition and optimize nutrient utiliza...
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Charles KieferGabriel Cipriano RochaJuarez DonzeleLeandro AlebrantePedro Veiga Rodrigues PaulinoRita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
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Article published the June 16, 2017:
Introduction Feed represents between 60 and 70 % of the total cost of pork production in modern capital-intensive systems. Within feed, energy alone may represent 50 % or more of the total cost [1]. Carbon-con...
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John Patience
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