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Article published the September 6, 2018:

Environment, facilities, and management of hospital pens in growing and finishing pig farms: a descriptive study

Introduction Hospital pens, or infirmary pens, are often used to facilitate the treatment of sick animals and separate them from those that are healthy (Fraser et al., 2013). In these pens, pigs are able to ...
Author/s :
Carlos Rodolfo PierozanCleandro Pazinato DiasProf. Dr. Caio Abércio Silva
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Article published the September 4, 2018:

The role of functional feed additives after AGPs ban

Antibiotic resistance overview Global meat production increased by almost 20% in the last decade, where the pork and poultry industries showed the highest level of expansion. Rapid urbanization and increasing ...
Author/s :
Daniel Ramirez, Veterinarian, MBA.Tim Goossens
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Article published the August 30, 2018:

Zoning of Environmental Conditions Inside a Wean-To-Finish Pig Facility

INTRODUCTION Brazil is the fourth largest producer and exporter of pork worldwide, rearing pigs under intensive feedlot conditions, to optimize production and economic performances (BAPTISTA et al., 2011). Con...
Author/s :
Daniella Jorge de MouraJuliana MassariRimena Vercellino
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Article published the August 29, 2018:

Fecal Microbiota Transplantation Is Associated With Reduced Morbidity and Mortality in Porcine Circovirus Associated Disease

INTRODUCTION Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is the process by which fecal microorganisms are donated by a healthy individual and subsequently transplanted into a diseased individual. The actual process...
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Article published the August 23, 2018:

Simulation of the Energy Performance of Maize Production Integrated to Pig Farming

INTRODUCTION As mentioned in CERVI et al. (2010), the expansion of pig farming has resulted in a significant increase in the volume of produced waste, increasing the risks of environmental contamination. The s...
Author/s :
Marcio Perin
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Article published the August 22, 2018:

CreAMINO® supplementation improves growth performance and lean meat yield of pigs

Conclusion Results of this study showed that the supplementation of CreAMINO® at 0.12% significantly improved the growth performance of pigs from starter to finisher stage. Lean mean yield was also sign...
Author/s :
Balachandar JayaramanDr. Meike Rademacher
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Article published the August 22, 2018:

CreAMINO® improves growth performance and carcass quality of finisher pigs

CONCLUSIONS Supplementation of 0.12 % CreAMINO® in finisher pigs diet 60 days before slaughter improved weight gain, FCR, lean meat yield by 4.30 %, 4.19 % and 2.20 %, respectively, compared with the con...
Author/s :
Balachandar JayaramanDr. Meike Rademacher
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Article published the August 21, 2018:

Effects of potassium diformate (Formi) on health and performance of new-born piglets

Potassium diformate (KDF) is a specifically conjugated acid double-salt, patented by ADDCON and traded as FORMI on the European and world-market. Potassium diformate has been approved in the European Union as a...
Author/s :
Christian LückstädtDVM Stevan Petrovic
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Article published the August 14, 2018:

Gut integrity, intestinal microbiota and intestinal barrier or the strategy for enhanced performance and reduced medication and ZnO

Abstract The gut carries an important responsibility in selecting what can be absorbed and what should remain outside the body. To put this in the right perspective, it is important to note that the surface ...
Author/s :
Dr. Milena Sevastiyanova
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Article published the August 14, 2018:

The importance of modified forms of mycotoxins

Crops can be contaminated with mycotoxins already on the field (pre-harvest) or during transport, storage or processing (post-harvest). A survey of mycotoxin contamination in Europe and Asia showed that deoxyni...
Author/s :
Marianne Lauwers
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