Minerals and Vitamins for swine diets Technical Articles


Article published the October 29, 2020:

Current market review and perspective of Florfenicol, Tilmicocin, vitamins and aminoacids

FLORFENICOL On October 21, the average market price was 440 yuan/kg, an increase of 0.69% MoM, a three-month high, but slightly lower than the same period last year, a YoY decrease of 2.21%. After florfenic...
Author/s :
Ronnick FONG
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Article published the October 14, 2020:

Effects of mineral methionine hydroxy analog chelate in sow diets on epigenetic modification and growth of progeny

Introduction With intensive genetic selection for the prolificacy of sows, the swine industry is challenged with improving the piglet survival rate in connection with the increased litter size and decreased li...
Author/s :
Juxing ChenKibeom  JangMercedes Vazquez-AnonPing RenSung Woo Kim
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Article published the August 7, 2020:

Longitudinal Effects of Iron Deficiency Anemia and Subsequent Repletion on Blood Parameters and the Rate and Composition of Growth in Pigs

1. Introduction Early-life nutrition profoundly influences the developing neonate, with some effects that are long-lasting and irreversible, as is the case for iron. Iron is an essential micronutrient for many...
Author/s :
Ryan Dilger
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Article published the July 15, 2020:

Dietary Calcium to Digestible Phosphorus Ratio for Optimal Growth Performance and Bone Mineralization in Growing and Finishing Pigs

1. Introduction A sustainable use of dietary phosphorus (P) is necessary to minimize its excretion and to limit the use of non-renewable mineral phosphates being progressively a limiting source of P [1]. This...
Author/s :
Patrick Schlegel
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Article published the June 11, 2020:

Chelated Minerals

Chel means CLAW in Greek. The Mineral needs a support to CLAW itself. This support is provided by Amino Acids and this organic support is called LIGAND in chemistry. Amino Acids have a very low molecular weight...
Author/s :
Dr. R.Y. Angle
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Article published the April 27, 2020:

Zinc methionine hydroxy analogue chelate supplementation at a low level could replace pharmacological level of zinc oxide in nursery pigs

Background and objectives Pharmacological levels of zinc oxide (ZnO) are widely used in the weaning pig diets to promote growth and prevent post-weaning diarrhea. This practice is not environmentally sustaina...
Author/s :
Karen WedekindMercedes Vazquez-AnonPing Ren
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Article published the April 17, 2020:

Selsaf®, a natural source of selenium with dual protection and dual benefits

In 1817, selenium (Se) was isolated for the first time by Berzelius. At that time little was known about its biological function, until its nutritional requirement was revealed about 140 years later by Schwar...
Author/s :
Ruth Raspoet
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Article published the April 7, 2020:

Addition of tert-butylhydroquinone (TBHQ) to maize oil reduces lipid oxidation but does not prevent reductions in serum vitamin E in nursery pigs

Background Maize oil is an abundant source of vegetable oil used in human foods and animal feeds. Maize oil provides 8579 kcal/ kg of ME [1], which is comparable to soybean oil (8574 kcal/kg), and greater than...
Author/s :
Brian KerrJerry ShursonLee J. JohnstonPedro UrriolaYuan-Tai Hung
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Article published the January 7, 2020:

Effect of reduced dietary non-phytate phosphorus concentration, with or without calcium reduction, in diets supplemented with phytase for weaned piglets from 28 to 63 days of age

Author/s :
Juarez DonzeleRita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
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Article published the January 3, 2020:

Grow-finish diet formulation

To evaluate the available phosphorus in inorganic P supplements, relative bioavailability of P has been measured, and the values were compared with the values from pigs fed monosodium phosphate or monocalcium p...
Author/s :
Hans H. Stein, PhD
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