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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
New research has shown that adding a lysophospholipid (LPL) complex to the diet during lactation improved performance, colostrum and milk immunoglobulins
Hybrid rye could be attractive to U.S. producers given the plant’s agronomic characteristics.
Found to be of highest importance to swine producers in their veterinarians are honesty, accurate diagnoses and trustworthiness.
Learn about reducing and eliminating antibiotic use in pig feed, feeding pre- and post-weaned piglets, and processed proteins and swine nutrition
Testing corn for mycotoxins after harvest allows swine producers to implement mitigation strategies.
A Spanish study has shown that feed ingredients commonly used in pig diets - oats, rye, in particular their brans, along with wheat bran
SHIC-funded study examines biosecurity of international transport of swine breeding stock.
Swine nutritionists now have more information at their disposal to formulate foods that help pigs grow safely, save money for producers
A modern foreign-invested Chinese pig farm has fallen prey to African swine fever according to the latest report from Reuters