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Replacing soybean meal with DDGS maintains feed intake, but lowers average daily gain for young pigs, say researchers.
From grain quality to nutritional variation, nutritionists and feed manufacturers are constantly dealing with the handling, management and costs associated with
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
Additive copper hydroxychloride in weaned pigs diets may improve weight gain and performance, but the exact mechanism involved remains unclear, says researcher.
The co-product flaxseed meal may offer an alternative energy and protein ingredient for use in the diets of growing pigs, say researchers.
US wheat co-products may have less variation by mill than those in other countries, and the co-product red dog may provide a greater nutritional value
Researchers at the University of Illinois have been examining the contribution high-fiber feed ingredients make to the energy content of swine diets.
Swine nutritionists now have more information at their disposal to formulate foods that help pigs grow safely, save money for producers
Wide range of environmental and production conditions need to be considered when formulating swine diets.
High inclusion levels of rapeseed meal and DDGS combined in feeds negatively affect nutrient digestibility in finisher pigs, concludes an Irish study.