Pig Nutrition Technical Articles

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Article published the September 24, 2019:

Yeast extract plus blood plasma in diets for piglets from 36 to 60 days old

INTRODUCTION The post-weaning period may be considered critical for piglets, once they are submitted to several stress situations (SOBESTIANSKY et al., 2001) such as environmental changes (new facilities and/ ...
Author/s :
Charles KieferGabriel Cipriano RochaJuarez DonzeleRita Flávia Miranda de OliveiraVerônica Maria Pereira Bernardino
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Article published the August 22, 2019:

The effects of wheat bran inclusion on piglet performance in the nursery and removal of pharmaceutical zinc

Background and objectives Wheat bran (WB) has been demonstrated to promote intestinal health and improve piglet performance (Molist et al. 2011 & 2012). One proposed mechanism for this effect is that WB in...
Author/s :
Emma Sucklingian wellockphil boyd
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Article published the August 22, 2019:

Utilizing in vitro protein digestion kinetics and resistant fiber to steer ingredient composition of nursery pig diets for reduced risk of post-weaning diarrhea

Background and objectives: It was hypothesized that not only the extent of protein digestibility at the end of the ileum influences pig performance and risk for post-weaning diarrhea (PWD), but rate of protein ...
Author/s :
Francis SimardNeil FergusonNeil JaworskiPeter Ramaekers
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Article published the July 10, 2019:

Phosphorus availability of rock phosphates as compared with feed-grade phosphates for swine

Introduction Animal diets based on corn and soybean meal are very deficient in available phosphorus (P) to the point that supplementation is necessary using sources of high P availability. Dicalcium phosphate ...
Author/s :
Aníbal de Sant'Anna MorettiLuiz W. O. Souza
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Article published the July 10, 2019:

Effect of dietary supplementation of xylanase on apparent ileal digestibility of nutrients, viscosity of digesta, and intestinal morphology of growing pigs fed corn and soybean meal based diet

1. Introduction Efforts to improve nutrient digestibility by the pigs can have effects on profitability of the pork industry (National Pork Board, 2012). Studies indicate that non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) ...
Author/s :
Adsos Adami Dos PassosPeter FerketSung Woo Kim
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Article published the July 10, 2019:

Dietary tributyrin, an HDAC inhibitor, promotes muscle growth through enhanced terminal differentiation of satellite cells

Introduction Postnatal muscle growth and repair rely on the ability of satellite cells, muscle-resident stem cells, to activate, proliferate, and fuse into growing myofibers (Seale et al. 2000; Dumont et al. 2...
Author/s :
Chad H. Stahl
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Article published the July 2, 2019:

Effect of substitution of corn for molasses in diet on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, blood characteristics, fecal noxious gas emission, and meat quality in finishing pigs

Introduction Molasses, a mixture of sucrose, glucose, fructose, minerals, pantothenic acid, etc., is derived from sugar-rich crops (beet, cane, blackstrap, etc.) and could be considered an alternative for cere...
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In Ho Kim
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Article published the March 12, 2019:

The Effect of Bacillus-based Feed Additive on Growth Performance, Nutrient Digestibility, Fecal Gas Emission, and Pen Cleanup Characteristics of Growing-finishing Pigs

INTRODUCTION In the intensive animal agriculture system, swine production faces many challenges related to the management of manure. These may include handling and proper storage of manure, odor production, an...
Author/s :
In Ho KimRolando ValientesSanti Devi Upadhaya
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Article published the December 13, 2018:

Effect of VITAFERT® on the productive and health performance of growing-fattening pigs

Introduction Commercial pig production was significantly intensified in the last decades and is distributed throughout the world, excluding some regions that maintain certain cultural and religious reservation...
Author/s :
Agustin Beruvides RodriguezArabel Elías
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Article published the December 11, 2018:

Meat properties and fatty acid profile of swine fed cashew bagasse bran in qualitative food restriction program

Introduction Cashew bagasse bran (CBB) is characterized as a medium-value fiber and low-energy food containing 88.70% dry matter, 4.15% ether extract, 14% crude protein, 12.07% crude fiber, 1,123 kcal/kg of di...
Author/s :
Andreza MarinhoApauliana Daniela Lima Da Silva Elisanie Neiva Magalhães TeixeiraJanete Gouveia De SouzaJosé Aparecido MoreiraLorena Cunha Mota
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