Enzymes in swine nutrition Technical Articles

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Article published the December 16, 2021:

Effect of cereal fermentation and carbohydrase supplementation on growth, nutrient digestibility and intestinal microbiota in liquid-fed grow-finishing pigs

Improving feed efficiency (FE) reduces the environmental impact and increases the profitability of pig production. Despite the improvements in pig FE achieved in recent years1,2, it still takes~3.5 kg of f...
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John O DohertyPeadar LawlorPierre Cozannet
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Article published the November 1, 2021:

Determination of dietary Ca and P levels and their equivalence values of phytase and vitamin D3 for improved growth performance in weanling pigs

IntroductionMinerals make up a small but vital percentage of swine diets with profound impacts on animal health, growth performance, feed cost and the general environment. Calcium and phosphorus are the two mos...
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Jung Min HeoOketch Elijah Ogola
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Article published the October 20, 2021:

A critical review of methods used to determine phosphorus and digestible amino acid matrices when using phytase in poultry and pig diets

IntroductionIn practice, an optimisation program is used to formulate commercial diets to meet the minimum nutrient constraints in order to minimise feed costs. With phytase, potentially unjustifiable high cont...
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Ceinwen EvansMilan HrubyRalf Greineryueming dersjant-li
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Article published the October 4, 2021:

Increasing doses of phytase from Citrobacter braakii in diets with reduced inorganic phosphorus and calcium improve growth performance and lean meat of growing and finishing pigs

IntroductionPhytases of bacterial origin are the exogenous enzymes most widely used in the diets of monogastric animals, acting on the hydrolysis of phytate (myo-inositol 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexakis [dihydrogen] phosph...
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Carlos Rodolfo PierozanCleandro Pazinato DiasMarco Aurélio CallegariProf. Dr. Caio Abércio Silva
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Article published the September 16, 2021:

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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Jung Min HeoOketch Elijah Ogola
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Article published the April 26, 2021:

Evaluation of the benefits using xylanase on nutrient digestibility in pigs

Introduction:The application of enzymes in swine nutrition has gained traction over the past several years. Exogenous enzymes have become an integral part of commercial poultry feed for enhancing the efficiency...
Author/s :
Everton KrabbeSandra RodriguesYun-mei Amy Lin
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Article published the March 23, 2021:

Sustainability: Saving Land. When Less is more

Evonik's animal feed solutions based on low-protein, amino acid enriched diets make animal husbandry more efficient and help save resources.With a growing global population and rising affluence in many regi...
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Michael Binder
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Article published the March 11, 2021:

A Longer Adaptation Period to a Functional Amino Acid-supplemented Diet Improves Growth Performance and Attenuates Acute-phase Response in Salmonella Typhimurium-challenged Pigs

Functional amino acid supplementation during disease challenge enhances growth performance and immune status. The present study investigated the effect of duration of adaptation period to a functional amino aci...
Author/s :
Dr. Andrew Van KesselDr. Daniel ColumbusJohn HtooJolie Caroline Gonzalez VegaMichael Wellington
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Article published the March 11, 2021:

Optimal tryptophan: lysine Ratio for 25-40 Kg Growing Pigs Fed Diets Containing 35 % Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles

Distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) has a high concentration of Leu, and the Trp requirement for growing pigs may be increased if diets contain excess Leu. Therefore, the objective of this experiment w...
Author/s :
Hans H. Stein, PhDJohn HtooJolie Caroline Gonzalez Vega
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Article published the February 27, 2021:

Effect of Supplemental Dl-met Above Requirement on Performance and Serum Concentration of Amino Acids in Heat Stressed Pigs

The intestinal morphology can be compromised in pigs when exposed to heat stress (HS), partly due to increased production of reactive-oxygen species. Because methionine (Met) functions as intracellular antioxid...
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John HtooJolie Caroline Gonzalez Vega
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