Dietary nucleotides supplementation improves growth performance of early weaned pigs. D. Martinez-Puig*1, J. Morales2, E. Borda1, C. Piñeiro2, and C. Chetrit1, 1Bioiberica S.A., Palafolls, Barcelona, Spain, 2PigChamp Pro-Europa, Segovia, Spain.
The effect of soybean oil, tallow and coconut oil supplementation on growth performance, serum lipid changes and nutrient digestibility in weaned pigs. J. H. Cho*1, H. J. Kim1, Y. J. Chen1, J. S. Yoo1, B. J. Min1, J. D. Kim2, and I. H. Kim1, 1Dankook Univ, Cheonan, Choong nam, Korea, 2CJ Feed Co. Ltd, Incheon, gyeong gi, Korea.
Dietary supplementation with atractylis macroceohala koidz polysaccharides enhances growth performance in weaned pigs. Z. Bin*1, L. L. Li2, Y. L. Yin2, H. Z. Peng1, K. M. Yang3, T. J. Li2, Z. P. Hou2, P. Zhang2, and G. Y. Wu1,4, 1Hunan Agricultural University, Changsha, Hunan, China, 2Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changsha, Hunan, China, 3Hunan Zhenghong Science and Technology Co., Changsha, Hunan, China, 4Texas A&M University, College Station.
Dietary supplementation with Chinese herbal formula affects serum concentrations of amino acids in weaned pigs. X. F. Kong*1, Y. L. Yin1, F. G. Yin1, H. J. Liu1, F. F. Xing1, T. J. Li1, R. L. Huang1, and G. Y. Wu1,2, 1Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changsha, Hunan, China, 2Texas A&M University, College Station.
Effects of feeding resistant starch on glucose and hormone levels in plasma of weaned pigs. X. Wu*1, S. Y. Bin1, G. Y. Wu1,2, X. F. Kong1, Y. L. Yin1, T. J. Li1, and R. L. Huang1, 1Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changsha, Hunan, China, 2Texas A&M University, College Station.
Effect of adding a wheat dextrin on growth performance of nursery pigs. H. Yang1, J. Less2, D. Holzgraefe1, M. Cecava1, T. Radke1, M. Franklin*1, and C. Sparks3, 1ADM Animal Nutrition Research, Decatur, IL, 2ADM Specialty Feed Ingredients, Decatur, IL, 3ADM Alliance Nutrition, Quincy, IL.
Effects of δ-aminolevulinic acid on growth performance, nutrients digestibility, blood characteristics and immune responses of weanling pigs challenged with lipopolysaccharide. Y. J. Chen*1, J. H. Cho1, Y. Wang1, Y. Huang1, Y. Hyun2, T. G. Ko2, and I. H. Kim1, 1Dankook University, Cheonan, Choognam, Korea, 2Easy Bio System Inc, Cheonan, Choognam, Korea.
Animal performance as influenced by organic acid supplementation into the diet of post-weaning piglets. C. Lückstädt*1, S. Nitsch1, N. Kvietkute2, A. Stupeliene2, V. Sasyte2, and R. Gruzauskas2, 1Biomin GmbH, Herzogenburg, Austria, 2Veterinary Academy of Lithuania, Kaunas, Lithuania.
Evaluation of an extruded wheat and milk by–product mixture in diets for early–weaned pigs. B. Vicente, M. P. Serrano, D. G. Valencia, R. Lázaro, and G. G. Mateos*, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain.
Relationship between texture and preference of cereal based diets in piglets. D. Solà-Oriol1, E. Roura*2, and D. Torrallardona1, 1IRTA, Mas de Bover, Constantí (Tarragona), Spain, 2Lucta SA, Barcelona, Spain.
Effect of processing cereals on feed digestibility and meal retention in piglets. D. Solà-Oriol* and D. Torrallardona, IRTA. Mas de Bover, Constantí (Tarragona), Spain.
Storage affects the palatability of protein sources in piglet diets. D. Solà-Oriol1, E. Roura*2, and D. Torrallardona1, 1IRTA. Mas de Bover, Constantí (Tarragona), Spain, 2Lucta SA, Barcelona, Spain.
Cereal nutrient composition correlates with feed oro-sensorial perception in piglets. D. Solà-Oriol1, E. Roura*2, and D. Torrallardona1,
conventional reference maize. D. M. Lucas*1, M. L. Taylor1, G. F. Hartnell1, M. A. Nemeth1, K. C. Glenn1, and S. W. Davis2, 1Monsanto Company, St. Louis, MO, 2Colorado Quality Research, Wellington, CO.
Effects of selection for mold resistance on nutritional value of sorghum grain in broiler chicks. C. R. Monge*1, J. D. Hancock , C. Feoli1, W. L. Rooney2, S. R. Bean1,3, and S. Beyer1, 1Kansas State University, Manhattan, 2Texas A&M University, College Station, USDA/ARS, Manhattan.
Influence of fish meal processing on performance of broilers from 1 to 28 days of age. A. P. Bonilla, A. de Coca-Sinova, E. Jiménez- Moreno, R. Lázaro, and G. G. Mateos*, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain.
Improved phosphorus utilization in broilers fed phosphorus deficient diets early in life. R. Angel*1 and C. M. Ashwell2, 1University of Maryland, College Park, 2North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
Calcium and available phosphorus levels at 2:1 ratio for growing broiler chickens. S. Bunzen, H. S. Rostagno*, L. F. T. Albino, L. R. Nery, and C. R. Silva, Viçosa Federal University, Viçosa, MG, Brazil.
The effects of Quantum™ phytase on broiler chick live performance and tibia ash percentage. M. E. Persia* and M. R. Bedford, Syngenta Animal Nutrition, RTP, NC.
Nonruminant Nutrition Weanling Pig Nutrion and Physiology Exhibit Hall C