5 talks from the 2020 PSA symposium, covering different perspectives on how to best conduct field and research trials.
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Hello everyone! This is our very first Nutrition Newsletter! The newsletter covers 13 papers that were just published in the past month, summarized in One Sentence each — swine, poultry, ruminant...it has it
Interesting recent review that discusses an updated understanding of high-intensity sweeteners in animals. I summarized it as 5 key questions...
The application of in ovo injection to deliver nutrients in the hatchery has been an interest in recent years.
Talks from Dr. Steven Kitt, Dr. Ashley DeDecker, Dr. Clayton Johnson, and Dr. Laura Greiner.
A total of 38 studies were discussed with a wide-ranging topics from nursery, grow-fin, sow nutrition and management to feed processing and swine health.
The first 3 months of postnatal life of pigs represent the most important maturational period of gut development.
The question remains as to how low can we go without compromising the animal’s performance? And, at the low-protein levels, are there any strategies to help maintain that performance needed?
Each FA has its own stories and supporting evidences...which one works better in sows, for themselves as well as for their offsprings?
All of the capsid proteins "form a complicated network..., stabilizing the capsid by holding adjacent capsomers together", that is probably why the ASF is so stable.
Would an exogenous bile acids supplement help with enhancing nutrient utilization and therefore improve performance in broilers