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he University of Minnesota’s West Central Research and Outreach Center (WCROC) has long been dedicated to exploring and implementing alternative methods in swine production. One of their recent projects involves evaluating organic hybrid rye as a viable feed alternative...
One of the factors with the greatest influence on the quality of your gilts at mating is the feed. If your gilts do not get the right nutrition, it can affect their reproduction, strength, and longevity. Feed and nutrition lay...
To reduce the cost of pork production, high-fiber ingredients are often used in diets, but an increase in the amount of dietary fiber in pig diets may have a negative impact on the digestibility of nutrients and energy. Carbon...
The pork industry experienced a positive turn in May as producers posted a profit, marking a significant improvement from the losses incurred a year ago. Iowa State University's estimated returns for a wean-to-finish hog operation revealed a profit of...
The study investigated the standardized ileal digestibility (SID) of amino acids (AA) and metabolizable energy (ME) in three high-protein distillers dried grains (HP-DDG) sources fed to weanling pigs. The research aimed to compare the nutritional value between an experimental...
José Otávio B. Sorbara, Ph.D., is charting the direction of a growing product portfolio at NOVUS. Sorbara was named the intelligent nutrition company’s Feed Enzymes Global Leader following the company’s acquisition of BioResource International, Inc. (BRI), earlier this year. In...
Disturbances in the gut microbial ecosystem during pig rearing can significantly compromise gut health, welfare, and overall production performance. Adjusting the nutritional components of pig diets with various feed additives is a strategic approach to restoring gut microbial balance....
While selected as feed for their availability, cost and protein content, common raw feed ingredients can also negatively impact their own nutritional value and bioavailability. Gabriela Cardoso, Ph.D., NOVUS poultry solutions manager for the Americas, will share how common feedstuffs...
Novus International, Inc., is focusing on research, new product development, and innovation in a new place to call home in the United States. The intelligent nutrition company recently moved its global headquarters in Missouri. “America’s heartland has been home to...
Specific lots may contain elevated levels of magnesium, sodium, calcium, chloride and/or phosphorus; may harm cattle, chickens, equine, goats, lambs, llamas, rabbits, sheep and swine. Specific lots may contain elevated levels of magnesium, sodium, calcium, chloride and/or phosphorus; may harm...
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