Pig Industry Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the January 19, 2021:

Supplemental effect of xylanase and mannanase on nutrient digestibility and gut health of nursery pigs studied using both in vivo and in vitro models

Author/s :
Rajesh JhaSung Woo KimUtsav Prakash Tiwari
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Article published the January 7, 2021:

Evaluation of the Effects of Flushing Feed Manufacturing Equipment with ChemicallyTreated Rice Hulls on Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus Cross Contamination During Feed Manufacturing

Introduction Feed manufacturing equipment has been shown to be a potential source of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) cross contamination. Wet decontamination has been found to be the most effective meth...
Author/s :
Alex RamirezBob GoodbandCharles StarkDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthJordan GebhardtMegan NiederwerderMike Tokach Rachel DerscheidRoger CochraneSteve Dritz
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Article published the January 6, 2021:

Effect of Feeding Varying Levels of Lactobacillus Plantarum on Nursery Pig Performance

Introduction Growth promotional feed additives continue to be an area of emphasis for evaluation, especially in nursery pig diets. One of the classes of feed additives that has gained significant interest is p...
Author/s :
Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the December 20, 2020:

Fermentation characteristics of resistant starch, arabinoxylan, and b-glucan and their effects on the gut microbial ecology of pigs: A review

1. Introduction Diet induces a change in the microbial ecology and fermentation end products in the gut, which in turn, influences the nutritional, physiological, and immunological functions of pigs (Brestoff ...
Author/s :
Rajesh JhaUtsav Prakash Tiwari
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Article published the December 18, 2020:

A survey of current levels of trace minerals and vitamins used in commercial diets by the Brazilian pork industry - a comparative study

INTRODUCTION Research to determine the nutritional needs of most micronutrients for pigs was done mainly before the decade of 1990 and focused on avoiding nutritional deficiencies (Gaudré and Quiniou,...
Author/s :
Danyel Bueno DaltoProf. Dr. Caio Abércio Silva
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Article published the December 17, 2020:

Effects of supplementing late-gestation sow diets with zinc on preweaning mortality of pigs under commercial rearing conditions

INTRODUCTION Sows in transition from gestation to lactation are in a period of dramatic physiological change due to high nutrient demands of rapidly growing fetuses in utero, parturition, and lactation. T...
Author/s :
Jerry ShursonJulia HolenLee J. JohnstonPedro Urriola
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Article published the December 17, 2020:

Non-antibiotic feed additives in diets for pigs: A review

1. Introduction The increased awareness of potential negative effects of including antibiotic growth promoters in diets fed to pigs has resulted in an increased interest in producing pigs without using antibio...
Author/s :
Gloria Amparo Casas BedoyaHans H. Stein, PhDNeil JaworskiYanhong Liu
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Article published the December 10, 2020:

Effects of Growing-Finishing Pig Stocking Rates on Bermudagrass Ground Cover and Soil Properties

1. Introduction A common challenge for most livestock industries is to identify more productive, efficient and sustainable pasture-based production systems that have a positive impact on animal welfare, biodiv...
Author/s :
Silvana Pietrosemoli
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Article published the December 7, 2020:

A Comparison of Stocking Methods for Pasture-Based Growing-Finishing Pig Production Systems

1. Introduction The sustainability of pasture-based animal production systems has social, environmental and economic implications. Grasslands provide low cost feed for livestock, mainly ruminants, becoming t...
Author/s :
Silvana Pietrosemoli
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Article published the December 4, 2020:

Effects of AminoGut and Diet Formulation Approach on Growth Performance and Economic Return in Nursery Pigs

Introduction Glutamine is considered a non-essential amino acid for young pigs and is important for optimum health and function of the enterocytes in the small intestine. Glutamate is an important compound in ...
Author/s :
Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthMárcio GonçalvesMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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