Amino acids in swine nutrition Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the September 25, 2020:

Phytogenic to control Swine Ileitis

Ileitis is one of the main diseases affecting pig farms. The clinical presentation may be acute - haemorrhagic, chronic or subclinical. The acute form affects animals from 4 to 12 months of age. It presents w...
Author/s :
Ignacio Lopez Paredes
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Article published the August 26, 2020:

Effects of Lysine on Performance of Lactating Primiparous Sows

Introduction Lysine is the first limiting amino acid in corn-soybean meal-based swine diets. In order to maximize efficiency in all stages of production, the requirement of Lys needs to be determined. In lacta...
Author/s :
Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthKiah GourleyMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the August 25, 2020:

Dietary Inclusion of Monosodium Glutamate in Gestating and Lactating Sows Modifies the Preference Thresholds and Sensory-Motivated Intake for Umami and Sweet Solutions in Post-Weaned Pigs

1. Introduction In the wild, weaning in pigs is a long and progressive process that occurs between the 9th and 22nd week of age, allowing piglets a gradual transition from milk to solid foods [1]. In addition,...
Author/s :
Carolina Valenzuela Cristian Lazcano HeviaEugeni RouraSergio Guzmán P.
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Article published the August 13, 2020:

A review: 100 years of soybean meal

The 50-year historical review of soybean meal (SBM ) published in Feedstuffs in 1970 by Dr. J.W. Hayward highlighted many of the pertinent advancements concerned with animal nutrition, product development and p...
Author/s :
Carl ParsonsCraig Nelson CoonHans H. Stein, PhDJan van EysNelson RuizRichard Miles
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Article published the August 5, 2020:

Evaluation of Phase Feeding Strategies and Lysine Specifications for Grow-Finish Pigs on Growth Performance and Carcass Characteristics

Introduction The optimal concentration of nutrients required by growing pigs generally decreases over the growing-finishing period with a phase feeding program used as an attempt to meet the needs of the pigs ...
Author/s :
Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthMariana B. MenegatMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the March 25, 2020:

Energy values of synthetic amino acids in feed formulation: the case of methionine sources

Importance of Methionine Nutritionists agree that livestock diets require supplementation with some essential amino acids to increase the efficiency of protein utilization and to reduce nitrogen excretion. Met...
Author/s :
Dolores Batonon-AlavoJaap Van MilgenYves Mercier
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Article published the December 30, 2019:

Evaluation of the standardized ileal digestible lysine requirement of nursery pigs from 28 to 63 d of age in a three-phase feeding program

Introduction Lysine is the first limiting amino acid in corn-soybean meal-based diets for pigs during the postweaning period (ROSTAGNO et al., 2011; NRC, 2012), and is commonly used as a reference when estimat...
Author/s :
Jessica MansurJuarez DonzeleMatheus SouzaRita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
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Article published the November 29, 2019:

e-Rhodimet® Nutrition Guide: amino acids requirements to achieve targeted animal performance and cost-effectiveness

Methodology to calculate amino acid requirements in e-Rhodimet® Nutrition Guide (eRNG) Commonly, amino acid requirements are estimated in experimental trials using optimized criteria such as daily weight g...
Author/s :
Dolores Batonon-AlavoYves Mercier
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Article published the November 14, 2019:

Growth performance of pigs (6-25 kg) fed diets supplemented with DL-methionine or liquid MHA-FA under commercial conditions in Mexico

Conclusions Supplementation of two graded levels of DL-Met or liquid MHA-FA to a Met-deficient diet significantly improved pig performance during phase 1 and 2 of the study. Compared with MHA-FA, the inclusi...
Author/s :
John Htoo
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Article published the November 6, 2019:

Absorption of DL-Met from gastrointestinal tract of weaned pigs is higher than for MHA-FA

Conclusions The results of this study support the hypothesis that intestinal microbiota compete with the host for metabolism of readily available nutrients such as supplemented amino acids. Apparent residua...
Author/s :
John Htoo
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