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Desempenho e digestibilidade de leitões recém desmamados recebendo grãos de arroz, milho ou farinha de trigo escura

  title={Desempenho e digestibilidade de leit{\~o}es rec{\'e}m desmamados recebendo gr{\~a}os de arroz, milho ou farinha de trigo escura},
  author={A Ebert and Andr{\'e}a Machado and Leal Ribeiro and Alexandre de Mello Kessler},
The effect of the utilization of corn grain, broked rice and dark wheat flour as starch source in raw or cooked form on performance, small intestine morphology and energy and nitrogen metabolism of piglets was evaluated. Seventy two piglets, weaned at 16 days of age, were located in 30 metabolism cages, with 2 or 3 piglets. They received water and feed ad libitum and were kept in a thermoneutral environmental. Diets with dark wheat flour resulte in a higher body weight and daily weight gain and… 


Protein retention was improved linearly as Rel diets increased in both periods, and dietary digestible and metabolizable coefficients were high (above 90 %), however no significant differences among treatments were observed.

Níveis de inclusão do farelo de arroz parboilizado em rações para leitões na fase de creche

Parboiled rice bran can be included up to 16% in diets for piglets in the nursery phase and there was no difference between treatments and control treatment as well as in regression analysis, and the increasing levels of parboiled Rice bran did not reduce the performance of animals.

Lysine levels in piglet pre-starter diets containing broken rice

An experiment was made for evaluating the effect of lysine levels on the performance of piglets fed on pre-starter diets containing rice broken and different lysine levels. Eighty, 21-day-old mestizo


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Inclusion of broken rice in diets of pigs in the nursery phase.

A inclusão da quirera de arroz não proporcionou alterações na incidência of diarréia nos animais, no estudo econômico observou-se ser viável incluir até 56,0% of quirer de aroz nas dietas dos leitõe.



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Evaluation of feed grains with dried skim milk and added carbohydrate sources on weanling pig performance.

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Effect of age, weaning and diet on digestive enzyme levels in the piglet.

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Effect of age, weaning and postweaning diet on small intestinal growth and jejunal morphology in young swine.

The morphology results demonstrated that jejunal villus height declined during the suckling period, with a marked reduction at 3 and 7 d postweaning for both 21-d-old and 35-D-old weaned pigs.