Influence of prepress solvent extracted cottonseed meal supplemented with exogenous enzyme and digestible lysine on performance, digestibility, carcass and immunity responses of broilers chickens. T. Mushtaq*1, M. Sarwar1, G. Ahmad1,2, M. A. Mirza1, and U. Noreen1, 1University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan, 2Shamim Feed Industries, Bahawalpur, Pakistan.
Growth, carcass nutrients accretion and nutrient retention of broiler chicks receiving phytate- or polysaccharides-degrading enzymes. O. A. Olukosi*1, A. Cowieson2, and O. Adeola1, 1Purdue University, West Lafayette, 2Danisco Animal Nutrition, Marlborough, Wiltshire, UK.
Nutritional evaluation of new corn distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) produced by the enzymatic milling (E-Mill) and elusieve processes. E. Kim*, C. Parsons, V. Singh, and R. Srinivasan, University of Illinois, Urbana.
Phytase in ethanol production process improves nutritive value of DDGS. M. Hruby*1, J. K. Shetty2, G. Chotani2, T. Dodge2, and C. N. Coon3, 1Danisco, St. Louis, MO, 2Genencor, Palo Alto, CA, 3University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
Effects of mega doses of phytase on broiler chick body composition. J. Puttress*1, W. W. Saylor1, R. Angel2, A. D. Mitchell3, and M. E. Persia1, 1University of Delaware, Newark, 2Unviersity of Maryland, College Park, 3USDA, Beltsville, MD.
The effect of genotype and choice-feeding on organically-reared broilers fed diets devoid of synthetic methionine. A. L. Rack*, N. P. Buchanan, J. M. Hott, S. E. Cutlip, and J. S. Moritz, West Virginia University, Morgantown.
Meat meal extract as a risk factor for the development of heart failure in fast growing commercial broilers. S. Nain*, B. Laarveld, and A. A. Olkowski, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada.
Muscle proteins recovered from trout frames: Potential pellet binding agent and source of essential amino acids. C. K. Gehring*, J. Jaczynski, and J. S. Moritz, West Virginia University, Morgantown.
Effects of diet preconditioning on the true metabolizable energy of guar meal. O. Gutierrez*, A. L. Cartwright, and C. A. Bailey, Texas A&M University, College Station.
Energy, protein, and starch digestibility of pea as affected by grind size and cold pelleting in broiler chickens. S. M. Ebsim*, T. D. Warkentin, and H. L. Classen, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada.
Nutritional value of corn versus sorghum when ground through different screen sizes and used in diets for broiler chicks. C. Feoli*1, J. D. Hancock1, M. C. Herrera2, G. M. Herrera2, M. J. Rios2, F. Vargas , and S. C. Mason4, 1Kansas State University, Manhattan, 2Universidad Nacional Agraria, Managua, Nicaragua, Asociacion Nacional de Productores de Sorgo, Managua, Nicaragua, 4University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Live performance evaluation of broilers fed all vegetable corn-soy diets supplemented with an Alpha Amylase - Beta Glucanase blend. S. L. Vieira*, D. M. Freitas, J. L. Coneglian, J. E. M. Peña, and J. Berres, Universidade Federal do Rio
Amino acid digestibility measurements of feedstuffs – Lessons from poultry studies. V. Ravindran*1 and W. L. Bryden2, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 2University of Queensland, Gatton, Australia.
Methodology for endogenous flow estimates for standardization of digestible amino acids. S. A. Adedokun*1, O. Adeola1, C. M. Parsons2, M. S. Lilburn3, and T. J. Applegate1, 1Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, 3The Ohio State University, OARDC Wooster.
Ileal digestibility of amino acids: Lessons from pig studies. O. Adeola*, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
Digestible amino acid formulation of poultry feeds; practical considerations. D. J. Burnham*, Aviagen, Inc, Huntsville, AL.
Nonruminant Nutrition Poultry Nutrition - Enzymes, Feeds, Feed Ingredients, and Manufacturing Chair: Amy Batal, University of Georgia 217 D
SYMPOSIUM Nonruminant Nutrition Lessons and Logistics of Application of Digestible Amino Acids in Diet Formulation Chair: Todd Applegate, Purdue University 214 A