In vitro fermentation pattern in the large intestine of hybrids between wild boars and domestic pigs – a preliminary study

@inproceedings{Mita2016InVF,
  title={In vitro fermentation pattern in the large intestine of hybrids between wild boars and domestic pigs – a preliminary study},
  author={Dorota Miśta and Bożena Kr{\'o}liczewska and Ewa Pecka-Kiełb and Jolanta Bujok and Wojciech Zawadzki and Justyna G{\'o}recka and Jolanta Piekarska},
  year={2016}
}
Breeding of hybrids between wild boars and domestic pigs is in the consumer interest because of the need to ensure food security and diversification via widening the genetic basis of animals reared for meat. To expand the knowledge about their nutritional requirements, this study aimed to investigate hindgut fermentation in these animals. Caecal and colon cultures were incubated for 12 h in vitro with or without wheat bran as a supplementary substrate. Short-chain fatty acids, ammonia, methane… CONTINUE READING

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