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Why do pigs prefer certain nutrients?

Newer technologies have made it increasingly clear why pigs choose for certain nutrients – this can currently being researched even at genomic level.
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Research: Increasing DDGS levels in nursery pigs

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Gelatin: Potential to improve pet food kibbles

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The quality of the kibble is an important topic for pet food producers, especially with the increased levels of protein in the pet food. US researchers performed a study to test whether adding gelatin can improve the kibble physical...

Health status pigs influences amino acid need

Industries / Agriculture : AllAboutFeed

Depending on their health status, fattening pigs have more or less need for certain nutrients. This is the conclusion of research by Wageningen UR in the Netherlands.

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