Amino acids in swine nutrition Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the December 14, 2018:

A Vietnamese study showed a lower bioavailability for methionine hydroxy analog calcium salt relative to MetAMINO® in starter pigs

Conclusions The results of this study showed that the nitrogen retention was not different among pigs when receiving a Met-deficient diet supplemented with either MetAMINO® or MHA-Ca at a ratio of 65:100...
Author/s :
John Htoo
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Article published the December 14, 2018:

Effects of balancing low protein diets with supplemental amino acids on performance and carcass composition of growing-finishing pigs

Conclusions Reducing the dietary crude protein (CP) level and balancing with supplemental amino acids (AA) maintained optimal performance and carcass quality of growing-finishing pigs compared with feeding h...
Author/s :
John Htoo
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Article published the November 9, 2018:

Selecting the Correct Methionine Source – A Key Index for Successful Pig Production

Methionine (Met) is the third limiting amino acid (AA) in typical swine diets. Besides protein synthesis as the main role, Met plays an important role as a methyl donor for cellular metabolism and formation of ...
Author/s :
Balachandar JayaramanGirish CJohn Htoo
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Article published the October 29, 2018:

Nutritional plans of digestible lysine for growing-finishing gilts

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...
Author/s :
Charles KieferGabriel Cipriano RochaJuarez DonzeleLeandro AlebrantePedro Veiga Rodrigues PaulinoRita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
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Article published the October 29, 2018:

Effect of floor cooling and dietary amino acids content on performance and behaviour of lactating primiparous sows during summer

Author/s :
D RenaudeauJean NobletJuarez Donzele
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Article published the October 4, 2018:

Standardized ileal digestible lysine in diets for pigs fed ractopamine in commercial production system

Introduction The β-agonist ractopamine (RAC) is a dietary ingredient used in diets for finishing pigs to redirect nutrients to protein accretion that would otherwise go to the synthesis and deposition of ...
Author/s :
Alysson SaraivaGabriel Cipriano RochaJuarez Donzele
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Article published the August 22, 2018:

CreAMINO® supplementation improves growth performance and lean meat yield of pigs

Conclusion Results of this study showed that the supplementation of CreAMINO® at 0.12% significantly improved the growth performance of pigs from starter to finisher stage. Lean mean yield was also sign...
Author/s :
Balachandar JayaramanDr. Meike Rademacher
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Article published the August 22, 2018:

CreAMINO® improves growth performance and carcass quality of finisher pigs

CONCLUSIONS Supplementation of 0.12 % CreAMINO® in finisher pigs diet 60 days before slaughter improved weight gain, FCR, lean meat yield by 4.30 %, 4.19 % and 2.20 %, respectively, compared with the con...
Author/s :
Balachandar JayaramanDr. Meike Rademacher
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Article published the August 21, 2018:

Effects of potassium diformate (Formi) on health and performance of new-born piglets

Potassium diformate (KDF) is a specifically conjugated acid double-salt, patented by ADDCON and traded as FORMI on the European and world-market. Potassium diformate has been approved in the European Union as a...
Author/s :
Christian LückstädtDVM Stevan Petrovic
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Article published the August 2, 2018:

Optimal sulfur amino acids: lysine ratio and bioavailability of DL-Met and liquid MHA-FA in 10-20 kg pigs

• The standardized ileal digestible (SID) sulfur amino acids (SAA) requirement for 10-20 kg PIC pigs was estimated to be 0.77 % to optimize ADG and 0.82 % to minimize FCR, which is approximately 29...
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John Htoo
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