Pig Industry Technical Articles

Article published the June 21, 2018:
1. Introduction Conventional swine diets contain substantial amounts of cereal grains (e.g., corn and wheat) and protein supplements such as soybean meal to provide pigs with the energy and nutrients they requ...
Author/s :
Martin Nyachoti
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Article published the June 13, 2018:
Introduction Research has shown that adding high levels of copper (primarily from CuSO4 ) to diets fed to nursery pigs will result in improved growth performance. It is thought that copper acts as an antimicro...
Author/s :
Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJon De JongMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the June 13, 2018:
Introduction Cereals are particularly susceptible to fungal contamination during both the pre- and postharvest stages. Many of these fungi are producers of mycotoxins, which are a chemically diverse group of s...
Author/s :
Aline RmsCheila Roberta LehnenInes AndrettaLuciano HauschildMarcos Kipper Da SilvaRaquel Melchior
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Article published the June 7, 2018:
1. Introduction Weaning is one of the most challenging phases in a pig's life, often accompanied by reduced growth performance and increased incidences of diarrhea (Leibbrandt et al., 1975; VenteSpreeuwenberg ...
Author/s :
Balachandar Jayaraman Martin Nyachoti
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Article published the May 10, 2018:
Large volumes of wastewater from confined pig production are stored in anaerobic lagoons. Control methods are needed to reduce air pollution by foul odors released from these lagoons. In a pilot-scale experimen...
Author/s :
Ariel SzogiMatias Vanotti
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Article published the May 7, 2018:
After fermentation, ethanol is separated by distillation while the water and non-fermentable materials (known as whole stillage) are decanted or centrifuged which results in wet cake (e.g., removed suspended so...
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Kurt A. Rosentrater
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Article published the April 26, 2018:
INTRODUCTION Gut health is a term increasingly used in the medical literature and by the food industry. It covers multiple positive aspects of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT), such as the effective digestion ...
Author/s :
Martin Nyachoti
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Article published the April 19, 2018:
1. Introduction Arabinoxylan and β-glucan naturally occur in the endosperm and aleurone cell walls of cereal grains with varying degrees of solubility. The content of rye and wheat arabinoxylan varies in ...
Author/s :
Miroslaw Kasprzak
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Article published the March 26, 2018:
Implications This review provides relevant information on the utilization of dietary fiber (DF) by pigs and its effects on gut physiological functions, microbiota and health. This review delivers in-depth insi...
Author/s :
Julio Diaz Berrocoso
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Article published the March 22, 2018:
Background With the increased global production of livestock, dairy, and poultry, the demand for feed is also increasing and co-products from the tropical food industries are increasingly used in diets fed to ...
Author/s :
Dr Rommel C. SulaboHans H. Stein, PhDJerubella AbelillaYanhong Liu
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