Pig Industry Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the December 13, 2018:

Evaluation of the zootechnical additive VITAFERT in the productive performance and health of pre-fattening piglets

The modern animal exploitation is characterized by a high productive intensity, regardless of the species. This makes the animals to undergo constant stressing situations that may result into a higher frequency...
Author/s :
Agustin Beruvides RodriguezArabel ElíasJosé Luis Moliner Hitchman
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Article published the December 13, 2018:

Effect of VITAFERT® on the productive and health performance of growing-fattening pigs

Introduction Commercial pig production was significantly intensified in the last decades and is distributed throughout the world, excluding some regions that maintain certain cultural and religious reservation...
Author/s :
Agustin Beruvides RodriguezArabel Elías
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Article published the December 11, 2018:

Meat properties and fatty acid profile of swine fed cashew bagasse bran in qualitative food restriction program

Introduction Cashew bagasse bran (CBB) is characterized as a medium-value fiber and low-energy food containing 88.70% dry matter, 4.15% ether extract, 14% crude protein, 12.07% crude fiber, 1,123 kcal/kg of di...
Author/s :
Andreza MarinhoApauliana Daniela Lima Da Silva Elisanie Neiva Magalhães TeixeiraJanete Gouveia De SouzaJosé Aparecido MoreiraLorena Cunha Mota
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3 0
Article published the November 13, 2018:

Phytochemicals as antibiotic alternatives to promote growth and enhance host health

Introduction Antibiotics, since their discovery in the 1920s, have played a critical role in contributing to the economic effectiveness of animal production as feed supplements at sub-therapeutic doses, to imp...
Author/s :
Cyril Gerard GayFang ChiHyun LillehojMariano Fernandez MiyakawaRon Cravenssungtaek ohYanhong Liu
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Article published the November 8, 2018:

Dietary modulation of endogenous host defense peptide synthesis as an alternative approach to in-feed antibiotics

1. Introduction In-feed supplementation of antibiotics was firstly reported to promote growth in chickens (Moore et al., 1946) and subsequently in pigs (Jukes et al., 1950; Luecke et al., 1950). Since then, an...
Author/s :
Glenn Zhang
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Article published the October 29, 2018:

Nutritional plans of digestible lysine for growing-finishing gilts

Introduction Protein deposition corresponds to the positive balance between protein synthesis and breakdown (Metayer et al., 2008). In an effort to maximize the protein deposition and optimize nutrient utiliza...
Author/s :
Charles KieferGabriel Cipriano RochaJuarez DonzeleLeandro AlebrantePedro Veiga Rodrigues PaulinoRita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
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Article published the October 29, 2018:

Effect of floor cooling and dietary amino acids content on performance and behaviour of lactating primiparous sows during summer

Author/s :
D RenaudeauJean NobletJuarez Donzele
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Article published the October 10, 2018:

Decline of phosphorus, copper, and zinc in anaerobic swine lagoon columns receiving pretreated influent

Introduction Confined swine (Sus scrofa L.) production gener­ates large volumes of wastewater typically stored and treated in anaerobic lagoons. These lagoons usually re­quire a sludge maintenance plan...
Author/s :
Ariel SzogiMatias Vanotti
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Article published the October 10, 2018:

Effect of Combination of Dietary Alpha-Tocopherol and Ascorbic Acid on the Reproductive Performance of Gilts

Introduction Site-specific information on the exact levels of vitamin E supplementation to gilts to optimize their reproductive ability and subsequently the body development of the piglets are lacking in most ...
Author/s :
Austine NwangwuMachebe Ndubuisi (Ph.D)
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170 0
Article published the October 10, 2018:

Evaluation of the zootechnical additive VITAFERT in the productive performance and health of pre-fattening piglets

The modern animal exploitation is characterized by a high productive intensity, regardless of the species. This makes the animals undergo constant stressing situations that may result into a higher frequency of...
Author/s :
Agustin Beruvides RodriguezJosé Luis Moliner Hitchman
Statistics:
5 0
 
 
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