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Article published the September 27, 2006:

Reducing pharmacological levels of copper and zinc in nursery pig diets: response to zinc and copper proteinates

Summary Two 28-day balance experiments were conducted to evaluate mineral excretion by nursery pigs fed lower concentrations of organic copper (Cu) or zinc (Zn) sources (Bioplex Cu or Zn, Alltech Inc., Nichola...
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Article published the September 22, 2006:

Efficacy, use and application of microbial phytase in pig production: a review

In this paper the current status of knowledge on the impact of microbial phytases in pig production is reviewed. In most studies, exogenous phytases supplemented to diets for pigs are obtained from Aspergilli. ...
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Article published the September 13, 2006:

Current concepts in feed-borne mycotoxins and the potential for dietary prevention of mycotoxicoses

The most commonly recognized feed-borne mycotoxins are the aflatoxins and the Fusarium mycotoxins. Our understanding of the etiology of aflatoxicosis is far more complete than our corresponding understanding ...
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Article published the September 11, 2006:

Pelleted Livestock Feed Production - Process description

INTRODUCTION Wenger's involvement in the Livestock Feed and Pelleting industry dates back to 1935 when Wenger developed and manufactured mixers, pelleting machinery, and other basic feed milling equip...
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Article published the September 4, 2006:

UPC Feed Performance Summary

SWINE Palatability: A preference study was conducted in May 1998 by the Animal Science Department at a major university who designed the test. This test compared the effects of UPC-processed feed versus a...
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Article published the September 4, 2006:

Rethinking swine starters

Pellet-cooker-processed swine starter feeds made by the Cehave Landbouwbelang co-op in the Netherlands—the Air Line product range—average 10-15% lower bulk density than conventional pelleted products. However, ...
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Article published the August 23, 2006:

Haematotoxicity of dietary Fumonisin B1 in growing pigs

ABSTRACTInvestigation was carried out with twenty-four (24) crossbred (Large White x Landrace) male weanling pigs of 8-9 weeks of age averaging 6.94±0.26 kg to study the haematotoxicity of dietary fumonisin B1 ...
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Article published the August 23, 2006:

Probiotics for pigs – how can they be made to work?

SUMMARY The removal of antibiotic growth promoters from farm animal feeds has led to renewed interest in the use of live microbial cultures or direct fed microbials also called probiotics as a r...
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Article published the August 18, 2006:

Selenium Enriched Yeast – Key to unlocking increased efficiency and optimizing cost of production

Profitable pork production is determined by a magnitude of parameters. Not always is the lowest cost or highest performance operations the most profitable. Factors such as management, genetics, hygiene a...
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Article published the August 18, 2006:

Dietary Organic Selenium May Benefit Sows and Prewean Pigs (Republished from Feedstuffs)

     Inorganic vs Organic Selenium.  Dietary selenium (Se) supplemented in the form of organic Se from Se yeast, also called selenized yeast, has higher bioavailability than Se from sodium selenite.  Many...
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