Live Yeast in Pigs feed Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the July 7, 2017:

Dietary selenized yeast increases the selenium content whereas organic iron (sqm) has no effect on the iron content of pork

The human health benefits of dietary selenium (Se) and iron (Fe) are well established (Rayman, 1997; Kristensen et al., 2005).  Meat and meat products are primary sources of dietary Se and iron for humans....
Author/s :
Cadogan, D.JF.R. DunsheaJohn Pluske
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Article published the January 6, 2017:

Effect of Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. Boulardii and b-galactomannan oligosaccharide on porcine intestinal epithelial and dendritic cells challenged in vitro with Escherichia coli F4 (K88)

  Introduction The infection by enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) is one on the most important causes of neonatal and postweaning diarrhea (PWD) in piglets. ETEC causes significant morbidity and mo...
Author/s :
Dr. Henri SalmonFrançois MeurensProf. Joaquim BrufauRosil Lizardo
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Article published the August 9, 2016:

The corn influence on the adsorption levels of aflatoxin B1 and zearalenone by yeast cell wall

Introduction Mycotoxins are a group of structurally diverse secondary fungal metabolites that occur as grain contaminants. They can cause serious problems in livestock resulting in substantial economic losses...
Author/s :
Ana DalceroLilia CavaglieriStella M. Chiacchiera
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Article published the February 24, 2012:

The effect of live yeast on sow-mediated immunity

The survival of neonate piglets depends directly on the acquisition of maternal immunity via colostrum, and milk affording systemic and mucosal protection, respectively. Whereas colostral IgG are mainly due to ...
Author/s :
Dr. Henri Salmon
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Article published the February 24, 2012:

The effect of live yeast on colibacillosis in field conditions (France)

Neonatal diarrhoea in piglets is very common in farrowing units and has been a concern to vets for a number of years. Associations between pathogenic agents (colibacilli, clostridia, enterococci, parasites...)...
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Article published the February 7, 2012:

The inclusion of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Sc 47 (Actisaf) yeasts on piglets’ feed and their influence on growth performance and nutrient utilization after weaning

Weaning as currently practiced represents one of the most critical periods in the raising of pigs. It is characterized by a diminution in feed consumption, leading to a state of severe anorexia, an increased se...
Author/s :
Rosil Lizardo
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Article published the December 16, 2011:

The effect of live yeast on recurrent colibacillosis in field condition (Czech Republic)

Probiotics, including live yeast and lactic acid bacteria cultures, have been reported to improve performance of weaned piglets. Milk replacer supplemented with Saccharomyces cerevisiae Sc 47 (Actisaf) and fed ...
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Article published the December 16, 2011:

The effect of live yeast on clinical model of swine colibacillosis

The aim of the study was to address the following questions: (1) Can supplementation of pregnant sows with Actisaf Sc 47 improve the transmission of passive immunity via colostrum? (2) Can supplementation of th...
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Article published the August 31, 2007:

Benefits of selenium yeast in pig production

From Ghislaine Roch (Canada) presentation at Lallemand’s International Selenium yeast seminar (Grenaa, Denmark, 2007) Ghislaine Roch, independent feed nutritionist in Canada, has been working on antioxidant...
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Article published the May 22, 2007:

Nucleotides from yeast extract: potential to replace animal protein sources in food animal diets

For years animal proteins have been used in livestock diets without many questions; however fishmeal, meat and bone meal, blood meal, blood plasma and even milk by-products in some cases are now coming under pu...
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