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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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Article published the July 26, 2018:

Comparison of extensive and intensive pig production systems in Uruguay in terms of ethologic, physiologic and meat quality parameters

Introduction More than 60% of pigs are reared outdoors in Uruguay, with variable participation of pastures in feed (DIEA, 2007). Outdoor production systems with pastures are becoming attractive for consumers, ...
Author/s :
Oscar Blumetto
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Article published the July 4, 2018:

Growth Performance, Carcass Characteristics, Meat Quality of Growing Pigs Fed Diets Supplemented with Crude Glycerin Derived From Palm Oil

Introduction The biodiesel industry from fatty sources generates glycerin, a by-product that can be used as an excellent source of energy for growing pigs. In Colombia, the installed capacity of biodiesel prod...
Author/s :
Ciro OrdoñezClaudia ArizaGerman Afanador TellezHernando Florez Diaz
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Article published the July 4, 2018:

Reduction of the crude protein content of diets supplemented with essential amino acids for piglets weighing 15 to 30 kilograms

Introduction The intensive pig rearing system originates large amounts of waste; therefore, there is a great concern regarding the improvement of productivity and prevention of contamination of the environment...
Author/s :
Adriana Gomez Gallego Antonio Claudio FurlanJuliana Beatriz Toledo Paulo Pozza
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Article published the May 3, 2018:

Microbiological growth in normal and PSE pork stored under refrigeration

Introduction Pork is a world’s a valuable source of animal protein and Brazil is a country that may lead the swine’s production for being one of the largest grain producers, condition for sustainin...
Author/s :
Fabiana CaldaraIbiara Correia de LIma Almeida PazIrenilza Alencar NaasViviane Oliveira Nieto
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Article published the February 15, 2018:

Effects of Increasing Crystalline Amino Acids in Sorghum- or Corn-based Diets on Finishing Pig Growth Performance and Carcass Composition

Introduction In order to lower feed costs, crystalline AA are used routinely in swine diets to replace a portion of the soybean meal. The AA that are currently available to add to swine diets include lysine, t...
Author/s :
Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthKyle JordanMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the December 1, 2017:

Characteristics of Trailer Thermal Environment during Commercial Swine Transport Managed under U.S. Industry Guidelines

1. Introduction Transport is an essential and critical factor in modern pork production. During transport, pigs experience many undesirable factors and potential weather extremes. Factors that impact the ...
Author/s :
Richard GatesYijie Xiong
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Article published the October 19, 2017:

The importance of water in pork production

Author/s :
John Patience
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Article published the October 5, 2017:

Addition of arginine and leucine to low or normal protein diets: performance, carcass characteristics and intramuscular fat of finishing pigs

Introduction One of the characteristics that influence the quality of meat as perceived by the consumer is the amount of intramuscular fat (IMF), which is located within the structure of muscle. In terms of t...
Author/s :
Borja VilaEnric Esteve-GarciaMaria M. Font-i-FurnolsMarina Gispert MartinellRosil Lizardo
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Article published the September 8, 2017:

Imaging technologies to study the composition of live pigs: a review

Introduction An ideal technique for the measurement of body growth and composition in livestock animals is noninvasive, non-destructive, accurate, easy to perform and applicable to a wide range of ages and bo...
Author/s :
Maria M. Font-i-FurnolsMarina Gispert Martinell
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