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Article published the January 3, 2020:

Grow-finish diet formulation

To evaluate the available phosphorus in inorganic P supplements, relative bioavailability of P has been measured, and the values were compared with the values from pigs fed monosodium phosphate or monocalcium p...
Author/s :
Hans H. Stein, PhD
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Article published the December 30, 2019:

A randomized controlled trial to evaluate performance of pigs raised in antibiotic-free or conventional production systems following challenge with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus

Introduction There is growing advocacy for antibiotic-free (ABF) livestock production to minimize the emergence of antibiotic-resistant foodborne pathogens and subsequent human exposure to these treatment-refr...
Author/s :
Lucina GalinaNoel GarbesScott Dee
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Article published the December 30, 2019:

Evaluation of the standardized ileal digestible lysine requirement of nursery pigs from 28 to 63 d of age in a three-phase feeding program

Introduction Lysine is the first limiting amino acid in corn-soybean meal-based diets for pigs during the postweaning period (ROSTAGNO et al., 2011; NRC, 2012), and is commonly used as a reference when estimat...
Author/s :
Jessica MansurJuarez DonzeleMatheus SouzaRita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
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Article published the December 30, 2019:

Effect of reduced dietary non-phytate phosphorus concentration, with or without calcium reduction, in diets supplemented with phytase for weaned piglets from 28 to 63 days of age

Author/s :
Evandro CardosoJuarez DonzeleRita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
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Article published the December 23, 2019:

Dietary protein sources differentially affect microbiota, mTOR activity and transcription of mTOR signaling pathways in the small intestine

Introduction For economical reasons soybean meal (SBM) is commonly used as a protein source in animal feeds [1] but the increasing demand and price for SBM is stimulating interest in alternative sources of pro...
Author/s :
Alfons JansmanSoumya Kar
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Article published the December 18, 2019:

Carbohydrases are the Enzymes of the Future in Animal Feed

-According to the United Nations, by 2050 there will be a world population of 9700 million inhabitants. -The effects of climate change with prolonged drought will drastically affect grain production. -The dep...
Author/s :
Joaquin Armando Paulino Paniagua
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Article published the December 17, 2019:

An assessment of soybeans and other vegetable proteins as source of Salmonella contamination in pig production

Background In the EU, salmonellosis and campylobacteriosis are the most frequently occurring zoonotic infection in humans. Up to approximately 200 000 human cases are annually reported for each of these infect...
Author/s :
Martin WierupPer Häggblom
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Article published the December 17, 2019:

Improving protein utilization efficiency through better understanding of immune and stress responses in pigs

Introduction Retention of dietary protein to body protein is an inefficient process in pigs. Nitrogen balance studies have shown that nitrogen retention rate (proportion of intake) ranges from 41 - 68% in wean...
Author/s :
Jae Cheol KimJohn Pluske
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Article published the December 17, 2019:

Gastrointestinal tract (gut) health in the young pig

1. Introduction Gastrointestinal tract (GIT) health (‘gut health’) is a term used very commonly, and is the subject of enormous interest currently throughout the world, yet generally lacks a precis...
Author/s :
Jae Cheol KimJohn Pluske
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Article published the December 16, 2019:

The use of enzymes is profitable for producers and environmentally friendly

Introduction: Enzymes in animal feed began to be used in the 80s. The pioneer countries were the Scandinavians, Great Britain, Canada and, particularly, Spain. The first food sector that reacted dramatically w...
Author/s :
Joaquin Armando Paulino Paniagua
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