The compounds responsible of boar taint can be reduced through feeding strategies, genetic selection and good management practices.
Combining the use of low levels of dietary protein with highly digestible protein sources and certain probiotics can be a good strategy in the face of the increasing restrictions on the use of antibiotics in feed.
How serious is the possibility that US corn production could undergo a substantial reduction in the coming crop year?
Does a high growth rate really increase the risk of osteochondrosis and lameness?
The answer is no. We only know how to feed the average pig of a certain genetic composition, and sex.
The use of by-products from the agri-food industry reduces feed costs. This study explores the nutritional value of eight potential by-products for liquid feeding.
It is difficult for a single additive to mimic the effect of the addition of antibiotics or ZnO. This is why we need to combine groups of additives in water and feed, so they act both, as prevention and treatment.
Products obtained from insects have a high proportion of crude protein: 40-44% in the case of the black soldier fly larvae, or up to 60% in the case of black fly larvae or in grasshoppers, and even reaching 70% in the case of silkworms.