Dietary supplementation of late pregnancy diet with yeast derivatives can influence the colostrum yield, colostrum composition and gut performances of sow

Published on: 08/14/2018
Author/s : Shah Hasan 1, Sami Junnikkala 2, Olli Peltoniemi 1 and Claudio Oliviero 1. / 1 Department of Production Animal Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Helsinki, Finland; 2 Department of Veterinary Bioscience, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Helsinki, Finland.

INTRODUCTION Yeast derivatives (YD) are widely used in animal nutrition as natural additives. YD contain glucomannoproteins, betaglucans and nucleotides complex derived by acid hydrolysis of the cell wall of yeasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae. YD can bind and inhibit pathogen bacteria like Salmonella Spp, Clostridium Spp and E. Coli, therefore promoting growth of beneficial gut bacteria. YD have bee...

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August 14, 2018
Is mos in this category?
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August 16, 2018

Hello David Hoo, it contains MOS, but certainly not a MOS product. Rather combination. You can visit our website for the product details.

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August 14, 2018
What type of yeast derivative is Progut?
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August 16, 2018
Hello, Dominique Lubi it's Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Here's the link for the full article, it's open access. Please let know if you are further interested.

http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0197586
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March 24, 2019
Hello Hasan, consistent results. I would like to add that the positive change in the microbiota of the matrices, can also also result in benefit in the microbiota of the piglets. This possible change contributes to the health and, consequently, the development of the piglets, improving the weight of litter at weaning.
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July 4, 2019

Juarez Donzele great comments! If by trying to add germinative strains to the feed of sows at pre farrowing stage. Not spuruled.

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April 5, 2019

Sorry, but I think we must consider the molecules, products, by-products generated by microbioma before indicate any benefic effect in performance in piglets or sows. The food animal industry must get an alliance with other scientist who are studing DNA or micro-arrays to offer a conclusion about any supplementation.

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Oscar Huerta Oscar Huerta
Director Consultoria en Producción Porcina OH
June 26, 2019

The work seemed interesting to me from all angles, but zootechnical and health highlight more because of the increase in the volume of production of colostrum and IgG, which would give us heavier and healthy piglets.


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