Fiber is being "rediscovered" due to its multiple benefits: physiological, on intestinal health and for the environment.
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New horizons for fibre in pig nutrition
Interaction between genetics and diet may be taken into account to feed the animals for a maximum growth potential.Effect of lower-energy, higher-fiber diets on pigs divergently selecte
Effects of withdrawing of high-fiber may promote increased carcass yield and carcass weight percentage before marketing.Withdrawing of high-fiber ingredients before marketing in finishing pi
Formulating with high amylose content cereals may improve pig performance and carcass and meat quality at slaughter.Effect of dietary starch types on growth performance and pork quality
Fiber coming from wheat bran has higher negative impact on protein and fat digestibility than soybean hulls in growing pigs.Fiber source and enzyme addition may affect nutrient digestibility in
Mayonnaise, almond meal, liquid bakery co-product and high-moisture corn may be suitable feed ingredients in liquid diets for growing-finishing pigs.Conventional and non-conventional feedstuff for liquid feed for pigs
Effect of fermentable and inert fibre in weaning piglets
Predicting the functional effect of fibre ingredients when fed to early weaning piglets is advisable in order to control the gut health.
Orange pulp and carob meal fibre could decrease NH3 y CH4 emissions from slurry.Influence of the inclusion of orange pulp and carob meal on gas emissi