The nutritional needs are quite different between young and more mature animals. Young animals grow and develop at a fast pace, gaining muscle, developing organs and growing bones while their brains and nervous system also develop. Therefore, the amino acids requirement of young animals is higher per energy unit than o ...
This study was conducted to investigate the effects of dietary probiotic blend and liquid feed program at different nutritional densities on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, fecal score of weaning piglets.
Spray-dried plasma (SDP) is a highly digestible, high-protein level ingredient widely used in feed for weaned pigs. The benefits of SDP on growth performance, gut function, and immunity are well known.
Profit from high-yield dairy cows
More pressing challenges could lie in how food-producing animals are cared for so that a sustainable, global food supply can be maintained.
Calibrating For Quality & Competitive Poultry Meat
Poultry producers would aim to strengthen supplies that are efficiently produced, resilient, financially sustainable and capable of meeting demand.
Pig Health = Quality Pork = Rearing Profitably
Pig supply and pork trade could be further benefited by better-growing animals, from which meat of more superior quality can be extracted.
Threonine sales remained flat as feed producers were not eager to stock inventories. Although several producers halted operation for routine maintenance in July and August, supplies of threonine remained abundant, hence exerting pressure on the market.
High costs of production, in conjunction with lower output, supported calcium phosphate prices to move higher. Sales of calcium phosphate remained limited, however, as feed producers were cautious.
Over the week, the closing price of CBOT November soy futures plummeted 4.1%.
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Over the past decade, China's poultry meat consumption has increased consistently year by year. Correspondingly, overall domestic pork consumption has declined steadily. One factor behind China's falling pork consumption was the outbreak of African swine fever in the country in 2018. Thus, China's pork consumption decreased from 52.28 million tonnes that year to 28.17 million tonnes in 2019.