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Direct-fed microbials for ruminant animals.
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Direct-fed microbials (DFM) are dietary supplements that inhibit gastrointestinal infection and provide optimally regulated microbial environments in the digestive tract as antimicrobial replacements as well as boosting ruminant performance.
Protected Organic Acid Blends as an Alternative to Antibiotics in Finishing Pigs
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In conclusion, 0.2% protected organic acids blends positively affected growth performance, nutrient digestibility, fecal gas emission and meat quality in finishing pigs without any adverse effects on blood parameters.
The stress of weaning influences serum levels of acute-phase proteins, iron-binding proteins, inflammatory cytokines, cortisol, and leukocyte subsets in Holstein calves
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Weaning stress affected the NE:LY ratio along with the levels of acute phase proteins, lactoferrin, cortisol, and inflammatory cytokines in the peripheral blood of calves, and may induce an acute phase response possibly through the elevation of cortisol production and modulation ofinflammatory cytokines.
Effect of Dietary Marine Microalgae (Schizochytrium) Powder on Egg Production, Blood Lipid Profiles, Egg Quality, and Fatty Acid Composition of Egg Yolk in Layers
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It is suggested that MAP improved the egg production and egg quality, and may affect serum lipid metabolites in the layers, and deceases n-6/n-3 fatty acid ratio.
Mycotoxins and Their Biotransformation in the Rumen: A Review
TLDR
Isolation and characterization of pure culture of rumen microorganisms or isolation and cloning of genes encoding mycotoxin-degrading potential would prove to have overall beneficial impact in the food and feed industry.
Effect of protected organic acid blends on growth performance, nutrient digestibility and faecal micro flora in growing pigs
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The result suggests that protected organic acid has the potential to enhance growth performance and improve microbial population in growing pigs.
Effects of Synchronization of Carbohydrate and Protein Supply on Ruminal Fermentation, Nitrogen Metabolism and Microbial Protein Synthesis in Holstein Steers
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In conclusion, ingestion of a synchronous diet by Holstein steers improved microbial protein synthesis and VFA production and microbialprotein synthesis in the rumen fermentation, nitrogen balance, and microbial Protein synthesis.
Influence of emulsifier blends having different hydrophilic‐lipophilic balance value on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, serum lipid profiles, and meat quality of broilers
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In conclusion, emulsifier blend supplementation positively influenced growth performance and nutrient digestibility in broiler chickens.
Efficacy of 1,3‐diacylglycerol as a fat emulsifier in low‐density diet for broilers
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In conclusion, DAG positively affected growth performances and nutrient digestibility in broilers, however, meat quality and serum profiles were unaffected inbroilers fed an energy‐reduced diet supplemented with DAG.
Influence of protected organic acid blends and diets with different nutrient densities on growth performance, nutrient digestibility and faecal noxious gas emission in growing pigs
TLDR
Dietary supplementation of protected organic acids with a high nutrient diet improved growth performance and reduced H 2 S acid emission.
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