Fermentation study offers opportunity to lessen the need for escape-protein supplements
How much should a weaned piglet eat the first week post-weaning? This highly debated topic is answered from a commercial point of view balancing potential with practical limitations.
Ammonia emission can be reduced by nutritional strategies that reduce nitrogen in excreta and prevent ammonia from being released in the environment.
Rye is a common cereal in colder climates, but it is not widely used in diets for monogastric animals.
Organic acids continue to puzzle nutritionists as there are more questions regarding their use than research reports that could provide answers.
Boars account for 50 percent of genetic makeup of market pigs, yet their nutrition is largely neglected especially when artificial insemination is employed in commercial farms.
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Batching speed, accuracy drive a shift in equipment popularity
Nutritionist, agronomist and producer collaborate to improve milk production by 6 pounds of milk per cow per day
Proper usage of enzymes and phytate increases production, delivers cost savings
Carbohydrases used to improve the nutritive value of cereals have been surrounded by confusing information regarding their benefits and proper use.
Alternative ingredient overcomes the digestibility, performance issues that turned the industry away from it decades ago
Increased bioavailability results in healthier animals, better results
An update on fish meal prices, availability, and how to find suitable replacements for piglets and broilers.
Liquid feeding can reduce pig feed costs when combined with inexpensive industrial by-products that often are given away for the price of their transportation.
The right diet can help reduce broiler foot-pad lesions by 50 percent
Vitamin C can be a powerful additive for swine and chickens when used under certain adverse conditions.
Is it possible to achieve such dramatic reduction in feed conversion ratio by 2025? Yes, if we identify the causes that do not allow commercially raised pigs to reach their full genetic potential.
Pig producers should divide sow feeding regimes into three phases and fine-tune each phase, to reduce feed costs without sacrificing reproductive performance.
Marine algae are a resource with huge potential as more research projects are evaluating this promising raw material.
With continued genetic advances and proper flock management, broiler producers should be able to produce a pound of meat with one kilogram of feed, probably by 2025.
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