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

Published on: 06/02/2022
Author/s : N. W. Jaworski 1, F. Simard 2, M. Leduc 2, P. Ramaekers 1, J. Fledderus 3, and N. S. Ferguson 2. / 1 Trouw Nutrition R&D, Stationsstraat 77, 3800 AG Amersfoort, The Netherlands; 2 Trouw Nutrition Canada, 150 Research Lane, Suite 200, Guelph, Ontario N1G 4T2, Canada; 3 ForFarmers, Kwinkweerd 12, 7241 CW Lochem, The Netherlands.

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 digestion also influences performance and gut-health post-wean. Therefore, a 2-step in vitro assay that simulated nursery pig gastric and small intestinal protein digestion over-time was dev...

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