Pig Industry Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the July 29, 2020:

The Effect of Dietary Quercetin on the Glutathione Redox System and Small Intestinal Functionality of Weaned Piglets

1. Introduction Quercetin, as the foremost representative of flavonols, has been extensively investigated for its beneficial effects on health [1]. With regard to the gastrointestinal tract, quercetin received...
Author/s :
Chris Van GinnekenHans VergauwenJeroen DegrooteJoris MichielsNoémie Van NotenStefaan De Smet
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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 July 14, 2020:

The association between faecal host DNA or faecal calprotectin and feed efficiency in pigs fed yeast-enriched protein concentrate

Implications The host DNA in faeces presumably originates from gut cell losses. This development of a non-invasive assessment method is potentially a novel indirect measurement of gut cell losses, although fur...
Author/s :
Heidi HallHelen Masey O'NeillKimberley SlingerMike Bedford
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Article published the July 14, 2020:

Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-Fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development

1. Introduction Weaning is the most challenging event in modern pig production, which often results in reduced feed intake, decreased growth, increased risks of post-weaning diarrhea (PWD) and mortality in new...
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Gizaw Dabessa Satessa
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Article published the June 10, 2020:

Effects of Increasing Salt Concentrations on Growth Performance of Pigs Weighing 60 to 140 lb

Introduction Sodium and chloride are involved in several of the body’s processes, such as the sodium potassium pump and osmotic regulation. Traditionally, the most common source of Na and Cl in swine die...
Author/s :
Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the June 2, 2020:

Future Prospects for Non-Starch Polysaccharide Degrading Enzymes Development in Monogastric Nutrition

Author/s :
Mike Bedford
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Article published the June 2, 2020:

The Effects of Cold Pelleting and Separation of Fine Corn Particles on Growth Performance and Economic Return in Nursery Pigs

Introduction Pelleting is a feed processing method shown to improve handling and transportation characteristics of feeds, while reducing ingredient segregation during handling, decreasing dust levels, and impr...
Author/s :
Charles StarkDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthMike Tokach
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Article published the June 2, 2020:

The gut mycobiome: Implications in piglet health?

Author/s :
Ann ArfkenJuli Foster FreyKatie Lynn Summers
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Article published the June 2, 2020:

Development of the piglet fecal bacteriome and mycobiome from birth through weaning

Author/s :
Ann ArfkenJuli Foster FreyKatie Lynn Summers
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Article published the June 1, 2020:

Gene ontology analysis of expanded porcine blastocysts from gilts fed organic or inorganic selenium combined with pyridoxine

Background Although selenium (Se) acts as part of hormones and enzymes influencing the activity of all organs and tissues, the major metabolic role of Se in the body is related to selenoproteins and the antio...
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Danyel Bueno DaltoStephen Tsoi
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