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The importance of the supplementation of zinc in nursey pig diets
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
Two 28-d experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of feeding pharmacological concentrations of Zn, from organic and inorganic sources, on growth performance and intestinal microbial population in nursery pigs. ...
Effects of feeding a fumonsin (FB[subscript 2]) naturally contaminated corn at various levels, with and without 2 adsorbents on the growth performance, blood, and liver chemistry of nursery pigs
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
Three studies were conducted to determine the effects of diets containing various concentrations of fumonisin FB1 supplied by naturally contaminated corn with and without 2 adsorbents on nursery pig performance. Use of ...
Effects of reduced protein and diet complexity on performance and cost of nursery pigs
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
Two 35-d experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of reducing crude protein by 2.5% and diet complexity with amino acid supplementation on performance and feed cost during the nursery phase. In Exp. 1 and 2, ...
Evaluation of heat-processed sorghum, high-oleic and low-trypsin inhibitor soybean cultivars as alternatives for corn and conventional soybeans for broilers
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2017)
Four 21-d experiments were conducted to compare soybean meal (SBM) from high oleic to parent soybean cultivars on growth performance, energy and ileal AA (IAA). Soybean meal was prepared by laboratory-scale mechanical ...
Protein source selection in nursery pigs during choice-feeding
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2020)
The animal processing industry is continually growing to meet the demands of a growing human population. It is estimated that with the increasing human populations, the demand for animal proteins will be increasing more ...