Piglets Nutrition Technical Articles
Article published the April 5, 2021:
Calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) are the two most abundant minerals in the body of the pig and are required for many important physiological functions (Oster et al., 2016). The vast majority of Ca&...
Article published the March 10, 2021:
The gut is constantly exposed to potentially harmful contaminants from food or feed, such as mycotoxins . Aflatoxin B1 is a mycotoxin produced by different species of fungi, especially Asper...
Article published the December 2, 2020:
Article published the November 24, 2020:
Plasma is comprised of a complex mixture of functional proteins that have a profound, positive impact on animals.
Consumed orally, functional proteins help the immune system to respond more quick...
Article published the September 11, 2020:
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Article published the August 11, 2020:
Phosphorus (P) is an irreplaceable macroelement that regulates the metabolic and physiological functions of a living organism. It is known to take part in skeletal mineralization, as well as th...
Article published the July 29, 2020:
Quercetin, as the foremost representative of flavonols, has been extensively investigated for its beneficial effects on health . With regard to the gastrointestinal tract, quercetin received...
Article published the July 23, 2020:
At weaning, piglets suffer from immunological, environmental, nutritional and social stress, consequently affecting the gut health and growth performance. Supplementation of probiotics is considered as one of t...
Article published the July 14, 2020:
Weaning is the most challenging event in modern pig production, which often results in reduced feed intake, decreased growth, increased risks of post-weaning diarrhea (PWD) and mortality in new...