Enzymes in swine nutrition Technical Articles

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Article published the November 2, 2022:

Why animals need enzymes in feed

The majority of pig and poultry diets are composed of about 70% maize or wheat, 20% soybean meal or other similar protein sources, and 10% micro-ingredients. Although this is a simplification, it illustrates th...
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Nelson Ward
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Article published the October 18, 2022:

Co-products in maize-soybean growing-pig diets altered in vitro enzymatic insoluble fibre hydrolysis and fermentation in relation to botanical origin

IntroductionThe processing of food grains into flour, vegetable oil, alcohol and biofuels offloads quantitatively variable, chemically diverse non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) into co-products (Bach Knudsen, 20...
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Arnold KanengoniFelix FushaiFlorence
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Article published the October 12, 2022:

Microbiome and nutrient digestibility of pigs fed corn, soy, and corn distillers grains (DDGS) in the presence of a multicarbohydrase complex

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MARCIO GILBERTO ZANGERONIMOVinicius Cantarelli
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Article published the October 12, 2022:

Performance responses of broilers and pigs fed diets with ß-mannanase

1. Introductionβ-mannans (BM) are commonly present in a wide variety of feedstuffs, including soybean meal, and have been described as one of the major anti-nutritional factors for non-ruminant animals (Be...
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Bruna SchroederFelipe HickmannInes AndrettaIsmael FrançaMarcos Kipper Da SilvaPaula gabriela da Silva PiresVinicius Rodrigues De Quadros
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Article published the October 3, 2022:

Utilization of an Enzyme Complex in Diets Containing Cottonseed Cake for Growing Pigs

IntroductionCo-products resulting from the seed of the cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum L.) after oil extraction represent the third protein source available for animal feed worldwide, in accordance with Ash an...
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Débora Nathália De Moura FerreiraLiliane PalharesMarconi Italo Lourenço da SilvaMaria do Carmo Mohaupt Marques Ludke
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Article published the October 3, 2022:

Substitution of Expensive Protein Sources by Soybean Meal Supplemented with a ß-Mannanase Enzyme Results in Improved General Clinical Health Score during the Post-Weaning Period

IntroductionPiglet post-weaning diets are by far the most expensive diets in the swine industry, mainly due to the need to reduce Post-Weaning Diarrhea (PWD) and optimize growth performance by including highly ...
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Frédéric VangroenwegheKarl Poulsen
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Article published the August 1, 2022:

Escherichia coli-expressed human lysozyme supplementation improves growth performance, apparent nutrient digestibility, and fecal microbiota in weaning pig

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In Ho Kim
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Article published the July 26, 2022:

Investing in young animals: The importance of starting them right

The on-going battle against African Swine Fever and Covid-19 have caused major challenges globally affecting both food production and food security. This has been very evident in swine production, as most top p...
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Annafe Perino
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Article published the July 14, 2022:

Volatility: challenges in animal feeding

We are presently going through a challenging period of high prices of raw materials and a limited availability of some of these materials. The use of less common raw materials that are readily available, and po...
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Elmehdi ElouahliJohn DunnePierre André Geraert
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Article published the July 1, 2022:

Toxicity of different Fusarium mycotoxins on growth performance, immune responses and efficacy of a mycotoxin degrading enzyme in pigs (Extract)

Deoxynivalenol and fusaric acid have been shown to sequentially elevate brain tryptophan, serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine, 5-HT), and 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid (5-HIAA) concentrations, and these neurotransmitte...
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