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With spray-dried porcine plasma (SDPP), how is pig performance affected when compared to diets containing egg yolk antibodies? Spanish researchers did a trial.
Researchers have reported that using corn co-products from wet milling can be beneficial to pig diets.
Use of enzymatic feather meal in nursery pig diets may offer an alternative protein source, improve growth and promote gut health.
Manure accumulation in storage pits can be a fire or explosion hazards, but smaller feed particles and more digestible fiber may lower risks.
Supplementing pig diets with either saturated or unsaturated fat increases the digestibility of calcium, phosphorus, and sulfur in the diets, finds an industry
Reducing crude protein levels and monitoring dietary net energy levels may offer producers a way to improve feed efficiency in heavy pigs, say researchers.
Glutamine, glutamic acid and nucleotide affect carbon turnover on stomach of weaned piglets.
Understanding the finer aspects of using corn in pig diets can help reduce feed cost and improve the precision of nutrition, resulting in more efficient
The term functional includes a diverse group of ingredients that share a common trait -- that of improving gut health.
The benefits of feeding diets low in crude protein are examined in view of the recent increases in pig feed prices worldwide.