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Article published the January 24, 2007:

Trace mineral nutrition in pigs: working within the new recommendations

Trace minerals are a commonly ignored source of nutrients in animal feedstuffs. Their physiological roles are often underestimated and their presence in the feed in adequate quantities taken for granted. Howeve...
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William Close
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Article published the December 26, 2006:

Swine Production in China

China has a long history in swine production and rich resources in swine breed. It was reported that the history of swine production of China has lasted for about 6000 years. There are totally 126 pig bre...
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Article published the December 18, 2006:

The effect of the addition of organic trace elements on the performance of a hyper-prolific sow herd

For sows to remain hyper-prolific throughout their lives and to maintain a high level of production it is important that their nutritional and metabolic needs are met at all stages of reproduction. It is known ...
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William Close
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Article published the December 14, 2006:

New perspectives on mineral nutrition of pigs

IntroductionAll animal tissues contain mineral elements in variable amounts and minerals are needed for efficient pig production. Most of the advances in understanding the nutritional significance of minerals w...
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Article published the December 7, 2006:

Modern pig nutrition for performance: minerals, metabolism and the environment

IntroductionWorldwide the pork industry is undergoing rapid change in the way that it is structured and in the way that it operates. While the world demand for pork is expected to increase, especially with impr...
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Article published the December 4, 2006:

Effects of dietary supplementation with mannan oligosaccharides on performance of commercial sows and their litters

IntroductionInternational consumer groups and legislators are demanding the reduction in use of antimicrobial growth promoters in livestock feeds. It is thought that the use of antibiotics in animal feed increa...
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Article published the November 29, 2006:

Can Probiotics Have a Beneficial Impact on the Health Status of Farmed Animals?

IntroductionAlthough significant investment is applied to food safety, due to the fact that is of fundamental importance to the economy, food industry and finally to the general consumer, the incidence of foodb...
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Article published the November 28, 2006:

Organic mineral supplements in pig nutrition: performance and meat quality, reproduction and environmental responses

IntroductionThe progress of the pig industry in the last ten years has been extraordinary, mostly due to necessity to ensure survival. The pig producer in the year 2000 and beyond must be adaptable to the ever-...
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Article published the November 28, 2006:

How Far Can We Go in Improving Animal Performance?

The animal production sector has undergone remarkable changes during the last decades. Ongoing progress in breeding through selection towards higher growth rates and improved reproductive traits has resul...
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Article published the November 22, 2006:

Concentrations of Deoxynivalenol (DON) in Serum of Pigs after Feeding with Deoxynivalenol-Contaminated Feeding Stuff – Method Development and Kinetic Study

Poster presented at the BIOMIN World Nutrition Forum 2006IntroductionFusarium fungi are capable of producing mycotoxins to a variable degree. The major Fusarium toxins are fumonisins, A- and B-trichothece...
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