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Effects Of Increasing Crystalline Amino Acids And The Subsequent Change In Diet Net Energy On Growing Pig Performance, M U. Steidinger, J L. Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Effects Of Increasing Crystalline Amino Acids And The Subsequent Change In Diet Net Energy On Growing Pig Performance, M U. Steidinger, J L. Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Three individual trials were conducted to evaluate the effect of increasing the amount of crystalline amino acids (L-lysine, L threonine, and DL-methionine) as a replacement for soybean meal in the diet on pig growth performance. A second objective was to determine if increasing net energy (NE) concentration in the diet as a result of increased crystalline amino acids and less soybean meal would affect pig growth. In all three studies, pigs (each approximately 21 lb) were fed a cornsoybean meal diet, or diets with 2, 4, 6, or 8 lb/ton L-lysine HCl and other amino acids to maintain their ...


Effects Of Increasing Crystalline Lysine With Other Amino Acids On Growth Performance Of 85- To 135-Lb Gilts, R G. Main, J Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Effects Of Increasing Crystalline Lysine With Other Amino Acids On Growth Performance Of 85- To 135-Lb Gilts, R G. Main, J Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 1,134 gilts (each initially 85 lb, PIC L337 x C22) was used in a 28-d experiment to evaluate the effects of replacing soybean meal with up to 8 lb/ton of crystalline Llysine HCl with other crystalline amino acids on growth performance. Gilts were randomly allotted to one of six experimental diets. Diets were corn-soybean meal-based with 3% added fat. Diets included a negative control containing 3 lb/ton of L-lysine HCl and formulated to 0.90% true ileal digestible lysine. Two additional diets were formulated with 3 lb/ton Llysine to 1.0% true ileal ...


Comparision Of Antimicrobial Alternatives In Diets For Nursery Pigs, T P. Keegan, C W. Hasted, Joel M. Derouchey, Jim L. Nelssen, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Comparision Of Antimicrobial Alternatives In Diets For Nursery Pigs, T P. Keegan, C W. Hasted, Joel M. Derouchey, Jim L. Nelssen, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 720 weanling pigs (12.8 lb and 18 ± 2 d of age, PIC) was used in two trials to determine the effectiveness of antimicrobial alternatives in diets for nursery pigs. Pigs were fed one of 8 experimental diets: 1) Control with no antibiotics or antimicrobial alternatives, 2) carbadox (50 g/ton), 3) Probios® (1.6% from d 0 to 14 and 0.8% from d 14 to 21), 4) BioSaf® (0.3%), 5) Biomate Yeast Plus® (0.1%), 6) Bio-Mos™(0.3%), 7) Bio-Plus® 2B (0.05%), or 8) LactoSacc® (0.2%). BioSaf®, Biomate® Yeast Plus ...


Effects Of A Heat-Stable Yeast Product And Antibiotics In Diets For Nursery Pigs, C L. Jones, C W. Starkey, Joe D. Hancock Jan 2003

Effects Of A Heat-Stable Yeast Product And Antibiotics In Diets For Nursery Pigs, C L. Jones, C W. Starkey, Joe D. Hancock

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 192 pigs (average initial BW of 15 lb and 21 d of age) were used in a 35-d experiment to determine the effects of a heatstable yeast product on growth performance of nursery pigs fed diets without and with antibiotics. Treatment diets were formulated to: 1.7% lysine for d 0 to 7, 1.5% lysine for d 7 to 21, and 1.3% lysine for d 21 to 35. The treatments were arranged as a 2 × 2 factorial, with main effects of antibiotics (without and with carbadox at 50 g/ton) and yeast (without and ...


Mannanoligosaccharides In Diets For Nursery Pigs, C L. Jones, C W. Starkey, Joe D. Hancock Jan 2003

Mannanoligosaccharides In Diets For Nursery Pigs, C L. Jones, C W. Starkey, Joe D. Hancock

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 168 pigs (average initial BW of 13.2 lb and avg initial age of 21 d) was used in a 35-d experiment to determine the effects of mannanoligosaccharides on growth performance of nursery pigs fed diets without antibiotics. Treatments were: 1) a positive control with carbadox added at 50 g/ton of diet, 2) a negative control without antibiotic, 3) the negative control with mannanoligosaccharides from dried Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation solubles (Bio-Mos added at 0.2% of the diet), and 4) the negative control diet with mannanoligosaccharides from the cell walls of yeast (Safmannan added at 0 ...


The Influence Of Chop Location On Pork Loin Quality, J W. Homm, R C. Johnson, John A. Unruh Jan 2003

The Influence Of Chop Location On Pork Loin Quality, J W. Homm, R C. Johnson, John A. Unruh

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Pork longissimus muscle quality characteristics were evaluated on 109 center cut boneless loins. After 21 d aging, loins were cut into 1-inch chops and allowed to bloom for 30 minutes before visual measurements (color, marbling and firmness) and instrumental color were recorded for each chop. Overall, visual color was the lightest on the anterior and posterior ends and was the darkest from approximately 50% to 80% of the length of the loin. Marbling was the highest at the posterior end, lowest in mid-loin, then higher toward the anterior end. Loins were the softest at the anterior end and became firmer ...


Effects Of Increasing Dietary Lysine In Phase Ii Diets (15- To 25-Lb) On Nursery Pig Growth Performance, J L. Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Effects Of Increasing Dietary Lysine In Phase Ii Diets (15- To 25-Lb) On Nursery Pig Growth Performance, J L. Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 1,260 weanling pigs (initially 18.6 lb) was used in a 19 d growth assay (d 10 to 29 after weaning) to determine the effects of increasing lysine in Phase II diets on nursery pig growth performance. All pigs were weaned and fed 1.2 lb per pig of a SEW diet, then switched to a transition diet until day 10 after weaning. Pigs were then weighed and switched to experimental diets containing true digestible lysine levels of 1.22, 1.32, 1.42, 1.52, and 1.62%, corresponding to approximately 1.36, 1.47 ...


The Effects Of Poultry Meal And Fishmeal On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, T P. Keegan, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

The Effects Of Poultry Meal And Fishmeal On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, T P. Keegan, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 210 weanling pigs (initially 16.4 lb and 21 ± 2 d of age, PIC) was used to evaluate the effects of select menhaden fishmeal and stabilized poultry meal on growth performance of nursery pigs. Five dietary treatments were fed from d 0 to 28 after weaning. Diets included a control with no specialty protein products and diets with 2.5% and 5.0% fishmeal and poultry meal replacing the lysine provide by fishmeal at 2.9% and 5.9%. All the diets were formulated on an equal lysine basis. Overall (d 0 to 28), pigs fed ...


Comparison Of Three Methods Of Feeding Sows In Gestation And The Subsequent Effects On Lactation Performance, M G. Young, F X. Aherne, R G. Main, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Comparison Of Three Methods Of Feeding Sows In Gestation And The Subsequent Effects On Lactation Performance, M G. Young, F X. Aherne, R G. Main, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 684 sows from breeding groups over six weeks were used to compare three methods of feeding during gestation and to assess the subsequent effects on lactation performance. Control gilts and sows were fed according to body condition based on a scale of 1 to 5, (1=thin, 5=fat). Sows were visually assessed for body condition at breeding and were assigned a daily feed allowance to achieve a body condition score of 3 at farrowing. Sow body condition was evaluated every two weeks throughout gestation, and feed allowance was adjusted as required. Treatment two used feeding levels ...


Effects Of L-Carnitine On Fetal Growth And The Insulin-Like Growth Factor System In Pigs, A T. Waylan, B J. Johnson, J P. Kayser, D P. Gnad, J D. Dunn, E K. Sissom, James J. Higgins, J C. Woodworth Jan 2003

Effects Of L-Carnitine On Fetal Growth And The Insulin-Like Growth Factor System In Pigs, A T. Waylan, B J. Johnson, J P. Kayser, D P. Gnad, J D. Dunn, E K. Sissom, James J. Higgins, J C. Woodworth

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Twelve sows were used to examine the effects of feeding L-carnitine from artificial insemination to mid-gestation on maternal circulating IGF-I and carnitine concentrations and fetal growth. Supplementing L-carnitine did not influence the serum concentration of IGF-I. However, sows that were fed carnitine had increased circulating plasma free carnitine. Litters from sows fed L-carnitine were heavier and had more fetuses. The increase in litter fetus number was not detrimental to other growth traits such as individual fetal weight or crown to rump length. Our study suggests that feeding L-carnitine to gestating sows is beneficial for fetal growth and development.; Swine Day ...


Added Fat In Diets For Pigs In Early And Late Finishing, E C. Baudon, N Llanes, Joe D. Hancock Jan 2003

Added Fat In Diets For Pigs In Early And Late Finishing, E C. Baudon, N Llanes, Joe D. Hancock

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 416 pigs, with an average initial body weight of 127 lb, was used to determine the effect of adding fat in diets for early and late finishing on growth performance and carcass characteristics. Treatments were: a no added fat control; addition of fat in early finishing (127 to 219 lb body weight); addition of fat in late finishing (219 to 280 lb body weight); and addition of fat throughout finishing (127 to 280 lb body weight). For the first period (127 to 219 lb body weight), ADG and F/G were improved by 5 and 9%, respectively ...


Effects Of Bioplus 2b And Levucell Sb On Weanling Pig Growth Performance And Fecal Shedding In Response To Oral Challenge With Salmonella Serovar Typhimurium, M R. Barker, Jerome C. Nietfeld, J Ernest Minton, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Effects Of Bioplus 2b And Levucell Sb On Weanling Pig Growth Performance And Fecal Shedding In Response To Oral Challenge With Salmonella Serovar Typhimurium, M R. Barker, Jerome C. Nietfeld, J Ernest Minton, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Eighty-five pigs (initially 12.9 lb and 15 ±1 d of age) were used in two 28-d trials to determine the effects of the probiotics BioPlus 2B (a bacillus-based product from Chr. Hansen BioSystems), a source of Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus licheniformis, and Levucell SB (an active dry yeast product from Lallemand Animal Nutrition), a yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) product that is a source of mannanoligosaccharides on growth and performance of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium shedding in a young growing pig model. Pigs were fed one of five dietary treatments: 1) A control diet containing no probiotics or antibiotics; 2 ...


The Influence Of Dietary Fat Level And Crystalline Amino Acid Additions On Growth Performance Of 25- To 50-Lb Pigs, J Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

The Influence Of Dietary Fat Level And Crystalline Amino Acid Additions On Growth Performance Of 25- To 50-Lb Pigs, J Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

To determine the effects of increasing added fat on pig growth performance 1,440 pigs (each initially 26 lb) were used in a 21 d growth trial. Pigs were fed diets containing none, 1.5, 3.0, 4.5, and 6.0% choice white grease. Increasing added fat reduced (linear, P<0.05) ADFI and improved F/G. Although ADG was not significantly affected by fat level, increasing added fat from 0 to 1.5% or greater resulted in a 1-lb increase in total weight gain over the entire trial. The greatest improvement in feed efficiency was also observed with the addition of the first 1.5% fat; however, further increases in dietary fat continued to linearly reduce ADFI and improve F/G. These results would suggest that from 25 to 50 lb, 1.5 to 3.0% added fat optimized pig growth performance. Based on the results of Experiment 1, we conducted Experiment 2 to confirm the optimum level of added fat in combination with increased use of crystalline amino acids (3 vs 6 lb/ton L-lysine + other amino acids) to meet the pig's lysine requirements. In Experiment 2, 1,152 pigs (each initially 21 lb) were fed one of four dietary treatments arranged in a 2 x 2 factorial. Main effects included added fat (3 or 6%) and crystalline amino acid amounts (3 vs 6 lb/ton Llysine HCl with other amino acids added to maintain proper amino acid to lysine ratios). No differences were observed in growth performance, but based on current ingredient prices, reducing the amount of soybean meal by the use of higher levels of crystalline amino acids increased margin over feed cost. In conclusion, these data indicate that 3% added fat will optimize growth performance and margin over feed costs, and that the use of greater amounts of crystalline amino acids (up to 6 lb/ton L-lysine with added L-threonine and DL methionine) are efficiently used by the pig and will also help further increase margin over feed costs.; Swine Day, 2003, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2003


Influence Of Carnichrome® On Energy Balance Of Gestating Sows, M G. Young, J Noblet, F X. Aherne, Milgen J. Van, J C. Woodworth, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Influence Of Carnichrome® On Energy Balance Of Gestating Sows, M G. Young, J Noblet, F X. Aherne, Milgen J. Van, J C. Woodworth, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Twelve multiparous sows were utilized in a randomized complete block design to determine the effects of feeding diets with or without Carnichrome® (50 ppm carnitine and 200 ppb chromium picolonate) on the components of heat production (HP) in early, mid and late gestation. All sows were fed dietary treatments for the 28 d lactation, and the subsequent weaning to estrus and gestation periods. The kinetics of HP and its partitioning (basal or resting HP, activity HP, and short term thermic effect of feeding (TEFst)) were determined during three stages of gestation, early (weeks 5 or 6), mid (weeks 9 or ...


Effects Of A Prebiotic, Inulin, And A Direct Fed Microbial On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, N Z. Frantz, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Effects Of A Prebiotic, Inulin, And A Direct Fed Microbial On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, N Z. Frantz, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A 32-day growth study with a total of 252 weanling pigs (18 ± 3 d of age) was conducted to evaluate the effects of a prebiotic, Inulin (a fructooligosaccharide derivative of chicory), and a direct fed microbial (Lactobacillus strain) in diets for weanling pigs. Pigs were fed one of six experimental diets containing: 1) no antibiotic or prebiotic (negative control); 2) carbadox (50 g/ton, positive control); 3) direct fed microbial (DFM, 0.1%); 4) Inulin (0.5% and 0.2% of phase I and phase II diets, respectively); 5) carbadox plus DFM; or 6) carbadox plus Inulin. Pigs fed ...


The Effects Of Poultry Meal Source On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, T P. Keegan, C W. Hasted, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

The Effects Of Poultry Meal Source On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, T P. Keegan, C W. Hasted, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 350 pigs (PIC, initially 19.7 lb and 22 ± 2 d of age) was used to evaluate the effects of select menhaden fishmeal and stabilized poultry meal source on growth performance of nursery pigs. Seven dietary treatments were fed from d 4 to 19 after weaning. Diets included a control with no specialty protein products and diets with 2.5% or 5% fishmeal, or two different sources of poultry meal (low or high ash content). All the diets were formulated on an equal lysine basis. The poultry meal replaced the lysine provided by fishmeal with inclusion ...


Evaluation Of Hemicell® On Growth Performance Of Late Nursery Pigs, N A. Lenehan, C N. Groesbeck, C W. Hastad, T P. Keegan, K R. Lawrence, M G. Young, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Evaluation Of Hemicell® On Growth Performance Of Late Nursery Pigs, N A. Lenehan, C N. Groesbeck, C W. Hastad, T P. Keegan, K R. Lawrence, M G. Young, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 276 pigs (initially 21.9 lb) was used to determine the effects of added Hemicell® on growth performance. Hemicell® is a patented fermentation product of Bacillus lentus. The active ingredient in the fermentation product is β-mannanase. However, other enzymes such as amylase, xylanase, cellulases, and α-galactosidase also are present. It is claimed that Hemicell® degrades β-mannan in feed, thus, removing its effects as an antinutritive factor in swine diets. Dietary treatments were arranged as a 2 x 3 factorial, with or without 0.05% Hemicell®, in diets with 3 levels of energy density (1,388, 1 ...


Comparision Of Antibiotics On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs In A Commerical Environment, T P. Keegan, Joel M. Derouchey, Jim L. Nelssen, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Comparision Of Antibiotics On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs In A Commerical Environment, T P. Keegan, Joel M. Derouchey, Jim L. Nelssen, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 320 weanling pigs (10.7 lb and 14 ± 3 d of age, PIC) was used to determine the effects of antibiotics and an antibiotic alternative on nursery pig performance. Pigs were fed one of 5 experimental diets: 1) control with no antimicrobials; 2) carbadox (50 g/ton); 3) Denagard/CTC (35 g/ton Denagard™, 400 g/ton Chlortetracycline); 4) Neo-Terramycin® (140 g/ton Neomycin Sulfate, 140 g/ton Oxytetracycline HCl); 5) Bio Mos (0.3%, mannanoligosaccharide). Overall (d 0 to 31 post-weaning), pigs fed the diet containing Denagard/CTC had the greatest (P<0.05) ADG and ADFI compared to pigs fed all other treatment diets. Pigs fed the diet containing Neo-Terramycin had greater (P<0.05) ADG compared to pigs fed the control diet or diets containing Carbadox or Bio Mos. In addition, pigs fed the diet containing Neo-Terramycin had greater (P<0.05) ADFI compared to pigs fed the control diet or the diet containing Bio Mos. In conclusion, the addition of carbadox and Bio Mos did not result in improved growth performance compared to pigs fed the control diet. However, improvements were seen in average daily gain and daily feed intake with the addition of Denagard/CTC and Neo-Terramycin. Commercial operations need to determine which feed additives improve nursery pig performance in their individual production systems.; Swine Day, 2003, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2003


Comparision Of Antibiotics And Antimicrobial Alternatives On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs In A Commercial Environment, T P. Keegan, Joel M. Derouchey, Jim L. Nelssen, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Comparision Of Antibiotics And Antimicrobial Alternatives On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs In A Commercial Environment, T P. Keegan, Joel M. Derouchey, Jim L. Nelssen, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 320 weanling pigs (11.7 lb and 14 ± 3 d of age, PIC) was used to determine the effects of antibiotics and antimicrobial alternatives in diets for nursery pigs reared in a commercial environment. Pigs were fed one of 5 experimental diets: 1) control with no antimicrobials; 2) carbadox (50 g/ton); 3) Lacto- Sacc® (0.2%); 4) Bio-Plus® 2B (0.05%); or 5) Bio-Mos™(0.3%). Lacto Sacc® is a concentrated form of selected live yeast cells while Bio Plus® 2B contains two bacillus strains. Bio-Mos™ is a mannanoligosaccharide derived from yeast. Overall (d 0 ...


Use Of Dried Distiller’S Grains With Soluble For Swine Diets, C W. Hastad, C N. Groesbeck, K R. Lawrence, N A. Lenehan, T P. Keegan, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Robert D. Goodband, Joel M. Derouchey, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Use Of Dried Distiller’S Grains With Soluble For Swine Diets, C W. Hastad, C N. Groesbeck, K R. Lawrence, N A. Lenehan, T P. Keegan, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Robert D. Goodband, Joel M. Derouchey, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A large increase in the number of ethanol plants has lead to increased availability of dried distiller’s grains with solubles (DDGS). New plants also have improved processing techniques, which makes DDGS more attractive to use in swine diets. Two experiments were conducted to determine the energy value of DDGS. In Experiment 1, 360 pigs (each initially 38.5 lb) were used in a 22 d growth assay. Treatments consisted of five corn-soybean meal-based diets with added wheat bran or soy oil to provide five different energy densities ranging from 1,390 to 1,604 Kcal/lb ME. The objective ...


Pelleted Diets For Lactating Sows, E C. Baudon, Joe D. Hancock Jan 2003

Pelleted Diets For Lactating Sows, E C. Baudon, Joe D. Hancock

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 76 sows (parities one to four) were used to determine the effects of pelleted diets on sow and litter performance. In the 21-d lactation experiment, the sows were given a corn-soybean meal-based diet in meal (corn ground to a particle size of 500 to 600 μm) or a pelleted (3/16 inch pellet diameter) form. Diet form did not affect ADFI or lactation BW loss (P=0.15 or greater). Also, pigs weaned per litter, piglet survivability, litter weight gain, and days to estrus were not affected by treatment (P=0.15 or greater). However, sows fed ...


Particle Size Of Corn In Lactation Diets For Mixed-Parity Sows, E C. Baudon, Joe D. Hancock, Michael D. Tokach Jan 2003

Particle Size Of Corn In Lactation Diets For Mixed-Parity Sows, E C. Baudon, Joe D. Hancock, Michael D. Tokach

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 107 mixed-parity sows (parities one to four) was used to determine the effects of particle size of corn in lactation diets on sow and litter performance. The sows were fed corn-soybean meal-based diets with targeted corn particle sizes of 1,500, 900, and 600 μm (actual means particle sizes of corn during the experiment were 1,600, 824 and 619 μm). Reducing mean particle size of the corn in lactation diets from 1,500 to 600 microns resulted in greater ADFI and water usage (linear effects, P<0.02), fewer days for return to estrus after weaning (linear effect, P<0.04), and less backfat loss (quadratic effect, P<0.03) for the sows. Although the trends in pigs weaned per litter, piglet survivability, litter weaning weight, and litter weight gain were in the same direction as those for feed intake and water usage in the sows, the difference in measurements of litter performance was not statistically important among treatments (P = 0.15 or greater). Intakes of DM, N, and GE by the sows were increased by 9, 4, and 7% and apparent digestibilities of DM, N, and GE were increased by 6, 5, and 7%, respectively, as particle size of corn was decreased from 1,500 to 600 μm (linear effects, P<0.001). Finally, excretion of DM and N in the feces was decreased (linear effect, P<0.002) by 178 g/d and 5 g/d, respectively, as particle size of the corn on the sow diets was reduced. In conclusion, reducing particle size of corn did not affect litter performance but increased feed intake and digestibility of nutrients and reduced nutrient excretion in sows.; Swine Day, 2003, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2003


Effects Of Diet Complexity And Replacement Of Soybean Meal On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, E C. Baudon, N Llanes, Joe D. Hancock Jan 2003

Effects Of Diet Complexity And Replacement Of Soybean Meal On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, E C. Baudon, N Llanes, Joe D. Hancock

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 192 pigs (avg initial BW of 13.9 lb and avg initial age of 21 d) was used to determine the effects of complex diet formulations (with plasma protein and whey) in nursery diets with wheat gluten used to replace soybean meal. Treatments were arranged as a 2 x 2 factorial, with main effects of diet complexity (no animal plasma and 10% dried whey vs 7% animal plasma and 20% dried whey) and soybean meal (25% vs none). For d 0 to 14, the complex diet formulations increased ADG while replacement of the soybean meal with wheat ...


The Effects Of Reducing Dietary Crude Protein And/Or Adding Chicory On Composition And Odor Of Stored Swine Manure, S M. Hanni, C N. Groesbeck, M G. Young, K R. Lawrence, Joel M. Derouchey, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

The Effects Of Reducing Dietary Crude Protein And/Or Adding Chicory On Composition And Odor Of Stored Swine Manure, S M. Hanni, C N. Groesbeck, M G. Young, K R. Lawrence, Joel M. Derouchey, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Robert D. Goodband, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A feeding study was conducted to compare nutrient excretion and odor analysis of pigs fed either a conventional corn-soybean meal diet, or a diet formulated to minimize nutrient excretion and odors through use of crystalline amino acids, phytase, and nonsulfur containing trace minerals. These diets (0.85% true digestible lysine), were fed to pigs (each initially 130 lb) with or without chicory, a feed ingredient speculated to reduce odors in swine waste. Dietary treatments were arranged in a 2 x 2 factorial, with main effects of diet nutrient excretion potential (low or high) and chicory (0 or 10%). Twelve nonlittermate ...


Effect Of Added Fat On Performance Of Growing-Finishing Pigs In Commercial Conditions, M G. Young, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Effect Of Added Fat On Performance Of Growing-Finishing Pigs In Commercial Conditions, M G. Young, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 1,040 pigs (half barrows and half gilts) was used in a 42-day experiment conducted in a commercial research facility to determine the influence of graded levels of added fat on growth performance, feed cost per pound of gain and margin over feed of growing-finishing pigs. The four dietary treatments were based on level of added dietary fat (0, 2, 4, or 6%), with the diets fed for a six-week period from 158 to 232 lb. Adding fat to the diet for pigs weighing 158 to 232 lb decreased ADFI, improved feed efficiency, increased cost per pound ...


Corn Particle Size And Pelleting Influence On Growth Performance, Fecal Shedding, And Lymph Node Infection Rates Of Salmonella Enterica Serovar Typhimurium, M R. Barker, J Ernest Minton, Joel M. Derouchey, K M. Bond, D J. Lee, T E. Burkey, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Corn Particle Size And Pelleting Influence On Growth Performance, Fecal Shedding, And Lymph Node Infection Rates Of Salmonella Enterica Serovar Typhimurium, M R. Barker, J Ernest Minton, Joel M. Derouchey, K M. Bond, D J. Lee, T E. Burkey, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Ninety-six pigs (initially 13.8 lb.) were used in a 28-d trial to determine the interactive effects between pelleting and particle size on Salmonella serovar Typhimurium shedding and colonization in a young growing pig model. The experiment was a 2 × 2 factorial arrangement consisting of meal or pelleted diets with fine or coarse ground corn. Pigs were fed the diets 1 wk pre-salmonella inoculation and allotted based on weight to one of four dietary treatments. For the main effect of particle size, pigs fed finer ground corn had significantly improved feed efficiency (P<0.01) than pigs fed coarser ground corn for the 28 d trial. Pigs fed meal diets had greater ADG, ADFI, and improved F/G (P<0.05) than the pigs fed pelleted diets. Fecal shedding of salmonella was low and variable, with no significant differences between main effects (P<0.26) or in treatments (P>0.82). There was no difference ...


Effects Of A Heat-Stable Yeast Product And Antibiotics In Diets For Nursery Pigs, C L. Jones, C W. Starkey, Joe D. Hancock Jan 2003

Effects Of A Heat-Stable Yeast Product And Antibiotics In Diets For Nursery Pigs, C L. Jones, C W. Starkey, Joe D. Hancock

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 192 pigs (average initial BW of 15 lb and 21 d of age) were used in a 35-d experiment to determine the effects of a heatstable yeast product on growth performance of nursery pigs fed diets without and with antibiotics. Treatment diets were formulated to: 1.7% lysine for d 0 to 7, 1.5% lysine for d 7 to 21, and 1.3% lysine for d 21 to 35. The treatments were arranged as a 2 × 2 factorial, with main effects of antibiotics (without and with carbadox at 50 g/ton) and yeast (without and ...


Evaluation Of Different Soy Protein Concentrate Sources On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, N A. Lenehan, M R. Barker, N Z. Frantz, C N. Groesbeck, T Iwasawa, T P. Keegan, K R. Lawrence, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Evaluation Of Different Soy Protein Concentrate Sources On Growth Performance Of Weanling Pigs, N A. Lenehan, M R. Barker, N Z. Frantz, C N. Groesbeck, T Iwasawa, T P. Keegan, K R. Lawrence, Robert D. Goodband, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Three experiments were conducted using 486 weanling pigs (216 in Experiment 1; 210 in Experiment 2; 60 in Experiment 3) to determine the effects of different soy protein concentrate (SPC) sources on growth performance. Soy protein concentrate source 1 is dried with a torus disk following the concentration of soy proteins. This drying procedure will generate some degree of heat and possibly mechanical forces somewhat similar to extrusion processing (Soycomil P®, ADM). Soy protein concentrate source 2 is dried by a different process, and then it is moist extruded (Profine E, Central Soya). Therefore, the objective of our study was ...


The Optimal True Ileal Digestible Lysine Requirement For 22 To 45 Lb Pigs, N A. Lenehan, J L. Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

The Optimal True Ileal Digestible Lysine Requirement For 22 To 45 Lb Pigs, N A. Lenehan, J L. Usry, Michael D. Tokach, Robert D. Goodband, Jim L. Nelssen, Joel M. Derouchey, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 1,440 pigs (initially 22.5 lb and 21 d after weaning) was used in a 21-d growth assay to determine the optimal lysine level to maximize growth performance of 22- to 45-lb pigs. Pigs were fed one of five dietary treatments with increasing dietary lysine (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5% true digestible lysine). All diets had the same soybean meal level with crystalline amino acids added to achieve the increasing lysine levels while maintaining a minimum ratio of all other amino acids to lysine. Average daily gain and feed efficiency ...


Effects Of Corn Source And Fat Level On Growth Performance Of Grow-Finish Pigs Reared In A Commercial Facility, C W. Hastad, C L. Jones, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Robert D. Goodband, Joel M. Derouchey, Steven S. Dritz Jan 2003

Effects Of Corn Source And Fat Level On Growth Performance Of Grow-Finish Pigs Reared In A Commercial Facility, C W. Hastad, C L. Jones, Michael D. Tokach, Jim L. Nelssen, Robert D. Goodband, Joel M. Derouchey, Steven S. Dritz

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

A total of 1,144 gilts (initially 110.4 lb, PIC) was used in a commercial research facility to evaluate the effects of corn source (NutriDenseâ„¢, BASF, or #2 Yellow Dent) and added fat (averaging 0, 3, and 6%) on pig performance and carcass traits. Energy levels were based such that the higher energy (assuming 5% greater ME than #2 yellow dent) in NutriDense corn (with or without added fat) was calculated to be equal to that provided by yellow dent corn and added fat. In each phase, the first treatment diet contained yellow dent corn and no added fat ...