Effect of increasing dietary canola meal inclusion on lactation performance, milk composition, and nutrient digestibility of lactating sows.

@article{Velayudhan2017EffectOI,
  title={Effect of increasing dietary canola meal inclusion on lactation performance, milk composition, and nutrient digestibility of lactating sows.},
  author={Deepak E. Velayudhan and Charles Martin Nyachoti},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={2017},
  volume={95 7},
  pages={
          3129-3135
        }
}
The aim was to determine the effects of increasing dietary canola meal in substitution for soybean meal in lactation sow diets. Forty-five sows with an average parity of 1.8 (SD = 0.83) were randomly assigned to 1 of 3 dietary treatments ( = 15) consisting of a corn-based control diet and 2 diets with 15% and 30% canola meal formulated by replacing soybean meal with canola meal. Diets were formulated to be similar in standardized ileal digestible AA content and NE value and to meet or exceed… 

Standardized ileal digestibility of amino acids in canola meal fed to gestating and lactating sows.

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Canola meal produced from high-protein or conventional varieties of canola seeds may substitute soybean meal in diets for gestating and lactating sows without compromising sow or litter productivity.

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Effects of dietary lysine levels on production performance, milk composition and plasma metabolites of the high-producing lactating sows

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Net energy content of canola meal fed to growing pigs and effect of experimental methodology on energy values.

Although the NE values of CM determined using either the corn diet or the corn-SBM diet were not different, the greater r2 of the regression analysis from theCorn diet than that from thecorn diet suggests that theCorn-S BM diet is a more appropriate basal diet for NE determination of ingredients.

Lactation Stage-Dependency of the Sow Milk Microbiota

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Recent progress of porcine milk components and mammary gland function

Recent reports on sow milk composition and porcine mammary gland function are summarized, with particular emphasis on macronutrient transfer and synthesis mechanisms, which might offer a possible approach for regulation of milk synthesis in the future.

Ibérico (Iberian) Pig

The research was conducted within the project TREASURE, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 634476. The

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