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Dietary levels above requirements of Met in finisher pigs may improve pork quality without affecting performance parameters.Short-term over-dosing finisher pig’s dietary Met on pork quality
L-arginine supplementation at late gestation may enhance farrowing performance.The effect of L-arginine supplementation in late gestating sows
Dietary crude protein reduction with Arg and Leu supplementation may play a negative role on meat and carcass marbling in pigs.Effect of arginine and leucine on performance and carcass characterist
Low-protein diets may improve meat quality traits in growing-finishing pigs.Feeding different protein levels on meat quality in growing pigs
L-proline supplementation during early-pregnancy improves litter size and birth weight in sows with negative energy balance.Effects of L-proline supplementation on sows during early-pregnancy
New SID database includes weaner pigs
Evonik has launched a new standardized ileal digestibility (SID) database for swine feeds which – for the first time – provides SID values of all amino acid for weaners, as well as for grower pigs.
The increase in dietary free amino acids under heat stress conditions may be a suitable solution to overcome the lack of performance.Increased dietary protein or free amino acids under heat stress pigs