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Adding choice white grease may improve weaned-pig feed efficiency during normal and heat-stressed conditions, while feeding supplemental copper may boost growth
Aarhus researchers in Denmark to determine if clover grass protein may replace soybean meal in organic swine feed.
A new research project shows that fermented feed, called EP100i and containing fermented rapeseed protein, can replace zinc in pig's feed.
Fermentation is a dynamic process resulting in a huge multiplication of lactic acid bacteria, production of lactic acid, activation of enzymes
Learn about reducing and eliminating antibiotic use in pig feed, feeding pre- and post-weaned piglets, and processed proteins and swine nutrition
Understanding what milling processes can achieve optimal particle size of diets for pigs was the objective of a recent review by Serbian and Spanish researchers
Implementing split-sex feeding in conjunction with phase feeding may allow swine nutritionists to further refine growing pigs' nutrient requirements.
Pigs and poultry continue to require external supplementation of all B vitamins, but certain conditions might lead to deficiencies.
Feeding fermented and enzyme-supplemented diets may boost mineral and amino acid digestibility for weaned piglets, say researchers.
The use of carbohydrases in animal feed has a clear financial benefit, especially when cereal prices are high.