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Article published the August 22, 2019:

Factors influencing faecal myeloperoxidase in piglets from trials without in-feed therapeuticals

Background and objectives Without clear and accurate definition of gut health status, the design of feeding trials to study alternatives to in-feed therapeuticals (antibiotics and zinc oxide) is a challenge. G...
Author/s :
Noëmie Lemoine
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Article published the August 22, 2019:

An answer to the problem of swine weaning without the use of zinc oxide

In the pig industry, the use of high levels of zinc oxide (ZnO) is used for prevention and treatment of diarrhoea in weaning piglets, but the mechanism of action of Zinc has not yet been known. Some studies tes...
Author/s :
Stefano Calamanti
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Article published the August 22, 2019:

Weaning without high levels of zinc and antibiotics – The Danish practical approach

Background  The Danish pig production industry is characterized by high levels of health and productivity. In 2018, the Danish production reached 32.5 million pigs, of which 18 million were slaughtered in...
Author/s :
Nicolai Rosager Weber
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Article published the August 21, 2019:

Fungal fermented product reduced post-weaning diarrhoea and increased growth performance

Background and objectives Fungal fermented products and their derivatives contain several compounds and may play a role in replacing antimicrobials in piglet diets. During fermentation, microbial enzymes produ...
Author/s :
Nienke
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Article published the August 15, 2019:

Effect of Sc 47 probiotic yeast on the health, microbiota and zootechnical performance of weaned piglets

Weaning is the most critical periods for piglets. Characterized by a risk of severe anorexia, increased susceptibility to digestive disorders and microbial infections, economic losses can be considerable. Vario...
Author/s :
KUHN Geraldine
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Article published the August 15, 2019:

Effect of Sc 47 probiotic yeast on the health and zootechnical performance of weaned piglets

Weaning is the most critical periods for piglets. Characterized by a risk of severe anorexia, increased susceptibility to digestive disorders and microbial infections, economic losses can be considerable. Vario...
Author/s :
KUHN Geraldine
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Article published the August 14, 2019:

Effect of Sc 47 yeast probiotic yeast on the performance and hindgut microbiota composition of weanling pigs

he weaning transition in piglets is a stressful process associated with decreased feed intake, poor performance and increased susceptibility to infection, including post- weaning diarrhea. Antibiotic feed addit...
Author/s :
KUHN GeraldineTJ Gaydos
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Article published the August 14, 2019:

Comparison of live yeast and zinc on the occurrence of pathogenic E. coli in weaned piglets

Enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC) can cause significant digestive disorders in postweaning piglets. Modern strategies are searched, how to replace antibiotics and ZnO as a feed additives. Some studies suggested th...
Author/s :
KUHN Geraldine
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Article published the August 12, 2019:

1-Monoglycerides of short and medium chain fatty acids reduced pathogenic intestinal bacteria, post-weaning diarrhoea, mortality and myostatin level in piglets

Background and objectives The reduction of antibiotics and zinc oxide in the swine farming practice is an emerging topic at global level. Among promising alternatives, fatty acids and their derivatives proved ...
Author/s :
Alessio PaoliManuela Parini
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Article published the August 9, 2019:

Effect of feeding a diet containing MiaTrace Zn or zinc oxide on productivity and health in weaned piglets

Background and objectives The therapeutic use of zinc oxide in high doses (e.g. 2,500 ppm Zn) has yet demonstrated beneficial effects on growth performance in piglets as well as the prevention of post-weaning ...
Author/s :
Andreas zur WickernNis KjerSigrid Seelhorst
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