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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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Article published the November 20, 2006:

Characteristics of the Australian pig market: maintaining global competitiveness and industry sustainability

IntroductionThe role of the Australian pig industry in the global market place has changed significantly in the past five years from virtually no pork exports in 1996 to an export industry worth in excess of $A...
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Article published the November 15, 2006:

Value and use of ‘new generation’ distiller’s dried grains with solubles in swine diets

What is DDGS?Corn distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) is a co-product produced by dry mill ethanol plants as a result of fermenting corn starch to produce fuel ethanol and carbon dioxide. Each bushel ...
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Article published the November 9, 2006:

Adding value to pork for producers and consumers: enhancing omega-3 DHA and selenium content of meat

Introduction Pork is possibly the most versatile raw meat product compared to chicken, beef, turkey and lamb. By utilising sophisticated processing techniques it can be easily transformed and presented across ...
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Article published the November 2, 2006:

Comparative toxic effects of dietary organic and inorganic selenium fed to swine and their implications for human nutritional safety

IntroductionHistorically, the identification of selenium (Se) as a toxic element was indirectly referred to in at least two major writings. In both cases the detrimental effects of the element were unknown at t...
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Article published the October 24, 2006:

Finding practical solutions to mycotoxins in commercial production: a nutritionist’s perspective

IntroductionWhether grain is produced in temperate, subtropical or tropical climates, if high rainfall and humidity are experienced in the harvest season, infection of the grain by mould is likely. The range ...
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Article published the October 19, 2006:

Enterococcus faecium CECT 4515: The immediately effective probiotic

Continued performance without AGPs In 1988 Norel opened their Biotechnology plant in Leon (Spain) to start research and production of probiotics for animal nutrition and their effect on the intestinal he...
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Article published the October 19, 2006:

A closer look at inorganic and organic copper and zinc supplementation in nursery pig diets

The use of pharmacological concentrations of zinc (Zn) and (or) copper (Cu) in nursery pig diets to enhance growth has been widely accepted in the swine industry. A routine recommendation is to add 2,000 to 3,0...
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Article published the October 4, 2006:

Future of the feed/food industry: re-inventing animal feed

Challenges and opportunities facing the international feed/food industry have never been greater than those faced by these industries today. It has become apparent that anything less than a very proactive appro...
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