Using local anesthesia prior to castration of piglets may lead to other concerns being examined by researchers from Aarhus University.
- Study: A blend of plant oils proves effective for growth and feed efficiency in piglets
- Low-oil DDGS provides less energy, more protein in pig diets
- Electronic feeding systems limit feed waste, localize sow nutrition
- Researchers address challenges in livestock pain mitigation
- Nursery enrichment objects may enhance weanling pig welfare
- Are growing pigs the missing piece in PRRS control?
- Early detection key to controlling ASF spread
- Is U.S. pork industry ready for African swine fever?
A meta-analysis of Asia-based research indicates that fermented feed ingredients such as soybean meal or rapeseed meal boost the growth performance of weaner
A product, based on proprietary fungal fermented rye, is aimed at supporting pig farmers as they move away from a reliance on antibiotics for herd management
UK company, Premier Nutrition, has launched a feed ingredients matrix, with global relevance, to help nutritionists formulate livestock rations more accurately.
Expanding the understanding of how long African Swine Fever survives in complete feed and feed ingredients and tracking the virus’ half-life may improve