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Supplementing cattle diets with chitosan boosts dry matter intake, digestion and ruminal behavior, say researchers.
Supplementing pregnant cow diets with levels of selenium could improve the passive transfer of immunoglobulin to calves, say researchers.
Diets with low protein or high fiber levels fail to improve growth or weight gain in growing-finishing pigs and may require more amino acid (AA) work
Properly balanced low-protein diets enhance animal performance and improved profitability – assuming prices for crystalline amino acids are favorable.
Low-protein diets, if balanced properly, can result in enhanced animal performance and improved profitability, assuming prices for crystalline amino acids
The amino acid methionine can enhance the survival capacity of embryos, when added to the cow’s diet during the prepartum and postpartum periods.
Adding high-fiber ingredients in diets for layer chicks does not harm performance
Once a staple ingredient in poultry diets, today it is considered either an expensive luxury or an unavoidable necessity, but where does the truth lie?
Crude glycerol may offer a replacement for corn in farm-raised Nile tilapia diets, say researchers.
The benefits of feeding diets low in crude protein are examined in view of the recent increases in pig feed prices worldwide.