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Designing swine diets using the ratio of digestible calcium and phosphorus may support growth performance and feed intake as overfeed calcium can slow both
Rice co-products in pig diets add fat and fiber, but too much fiber can decrease energy absorption and digestibility.
Altering dietary protein and fiber levels could play a role in changing emissions of methane and ammonia from swine and excreta when using intensive production
Distinct stage-associated swine gut microbiome may be determined by differences in diet and/or gut physiology at different growth stages.
A new variety of hybrid rye may provide a less expensive alternative to wheat use in swine growing and finishing diets in Canada as it supports growth performan
A recent meta-analysis has identified potential dietary feed additives that could contribute to a reduction in dependency on antibiotics in piglet diets
National Swine Disease Council will focus on providing recommendations on responding to emerging swine diseases.
Using alternative ingredients in order to lower feed cost is now common practice in swine diets. However, now the challenge is to strike a balance between cost
The co-product flaxseed meal may offer an alternative energy and protein ingredient for use in the diets of growing pigs, say researchers.
Nutritional composition data for DDGS has changed as ethanol industry improves processing