Assessment of a Marine-Based Hydrolyzed Protein Source and Spray-Dried Plasma Protein as Supplements in the Diet of Early Weaned Pigs12

@inproceedings{Zhao2008AssessmentOA,
  title={Assessment of a Marine-Based Hydrolyzed Protein Source and Spray-Dried Plasma Protein as Supplements in the Diet of Early Weaned Pigs12},
  author={Jin-ping Zhao and Allen F. Harper and Brian Kenneth Perkins and Lincoln Lee Southern and James L. Shelton and Thomas D. Bidner and Kenneth E. Jr. Webb and M J Estienne and Larry Alexander Kuehn},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Two experiments (140 pigs in Exp. 1; 120 pigs in Exp. 2) evaluated a marine-based hydrolyzed protein source, (Peptiva Vitech Bio-Chem, San Fernando, CA) as a replacement for spray dried plasma protein (SDPP) in phase I weanling pig diets. Pigs (19 ± 4 d of age) were fed diets with protein supply based mainly on soy protein, or similar diets supplemented with SDPP or Peptiva after weaning for 7 to 10 d. The SDPP and Peptiva were supplemented at 3 and 6%, respectively, in Exp.1 and 1.5… CONTINUE READING

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