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Potentiation of the barrier function and the immune response
Role of short and medium chain fatty acids on intestinal pig health
The majority of the published work shows that the use of fatty acids in pigs has health benefits however its mode of action is still scientifically debated.
The effect of dietary fats differing in fatty acid (FA) composition on the metabolism of saturated FA (SFA) and monounsaturated FA (MUFA) in growing pigs was investigated.Effects of dietary fat on the saturated and monounsaturated fatty acid
Coated sodium butyrate supplementation may improve immunoglobulin concentration in milk.Sodium butyrate supplementation in lactating sows and nursery pigs
Organic acid supplementation in weanling diets improves piglet performance and reduced diarrhoea.Blend of organic acids and fatty acids reduces diarrhoea in piglets
Food by-products rich in starch and low in fat may be useful to modulate fatty acid profile in heavy pigs slaughtered up to 150 kg.Dry pasta by-products to Italian heavy pigs on performance, carcass
Positive antibacterial effect of the combination of medium chain fatty acids and probiotics in weanling diets.Medium chain fatty acids and/or E. faecium supplement in piglets
Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids supplementation may be useful to stimulate puberty onset on gilts.Omega-3 supplementation effect on prepubertal gilts