Fermentation products as feed additives mitigate some ill-effects of heat stress in pigs.

@article{Kumar2017FermentationPA,
  title={Fermentation products as feed additives mitigate some ill-effects of heat stress in pigs.},
  author={Sanjeev Kumar and Benjamin E. Bass and Meggan Bandrick and Crystal L Loving and Susan L. Brockmeier and Torey Looft and Julian M Trachsel and Darin M. Madson and Michael Thomas and Thomas A. Casey and J W Frank and Thaddeus B. Stanton and Hilary Allen},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={2017},
  volume={95 1},
  pages={
          279-290
        }
}
Heat stress (HS) may result in economic losses to pig producers across the USA and worldwide. Despite significant advancements in management practices, HS continues to be a challenge. In this study, an in-feed antibiotic (carbadox, CBX) and antibiotic alternatives ( [XPC], and [SGX] fermentation products) were evaluated in a standard pig starter diet as mitigations against the negative effects of HS in pigs. A total of 100 gilts were obtained at weaning (6.87 ± 0.82 kg BW, 19.36 ± 0.72 d of age… CONTINUE READING

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