Impact of sensory feed additives on feed intake, feed preferences, and growth of female piglets during the early postweaning period.

@article{Clouard2014ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of sensory feed additives on feed intake, feed preferences, and growth of female piglets during the early postweaning period.},
  author={Caroline Clouard and David Val-Laillet},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={2014},
  volume={92 5},
  pages={2133-40}
}
Our study aimed at investigating the effect of feed supplementation, from weaning, with 3 sensory feed additives (FA1, FA2, and FA3) on feed preferences, feed intake, and growth of piglets. The FA1 contained extract of Stevia rebaudiana (10 to 20%), extract of high-saponin plants (5 to 10%), and excipients (70 to 85%), the FA2 was mainly composed of a natural extract of Citrus sinensis (60 to 80%), and the FA3 was made of a blend of extracts of hot-flavored spices (5 to 15%) and excipients (85… CONTINUE READING
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