All Relations between feeding and pigs

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J T Cullen, P G Lawlor, F Viard, A Lourenco, L G Gómez-Mascaraque, J V O'Doherty, P Cormican, G E Gardine. Optimising the hygiene of a liquid feeding system to improve the quality of liquid feed for pigs. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-07-17. PMID:39019905. optimising the hygiene of a liquid feeding system to improve the quality of liquid feed for pigs. 2024-07-17 2024-07-20 Not clear
Diego Nicolas Bottegal, María Ángeles Latorre, Sandra Lobón, Marçal Verdú, Javier Álvarez-Rodrígue. Fattening Pigs with Tannin-Rich Source ( Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 14. issue 13. 2024-07-13. PMID:38997967. dietary inclusion of 20% cp in finishing high-conformation pigs is possible without affecting overall performance though it reduces nutrient cttad and increases feeding cost. 2024-07-13 2024-07-15 Not clear
Juan Ochoteco-Asensio, Gustavo Zigovski, Leandro Batista Costa, Raquel Rio-López, Adrià Clavell-Sansalvador, Yuliaxis Ramayo-Caldas, Antoni Dalma. Effect on Feeding Behaviour and Growing of Being a Dominant or Subordinate Growing Pig and Its Relationship with the Faecal Microbiota. Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 14. issue 13. 2024-07-13. PMID:38998018. in the present study, a system was tested to perform a dominant versus subordinate test in growing pigs to investigate how the hierarchy affects feeding behaviour, growth, and gut microbiota assessed in faeces. 2024-07-13 2024-07-15 Not clear
Kristina M Feye, Mark A Rasmussen, Kathleen M Yeater, Robin C Anderson, Tawni L Crippen, Roger B Harvey, Toni L Poole, Steven C Rick. Chlorophyllin Supplementation of Medicated or Unmedicated Swine Diets Impact on Fecal Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 14. issue 13. 2024-07-13. PMID:38998066. chlorophyllin supplementation of medicated or unmedicated swine diets impact on fecal considering that certain catabolic products of anaerobic chlorophyll degradation inhibit efflux pump activity, this study was conducted to test if feeding pigs a water-soluble chlorophyllin product could affect the antibiotic resistance profiles of select wild-type populations of fecal bacteria. 2024-07-13 2024-07-15 Not clear
Qian Wang, Hu Gao, Yawei Fu, Yue Chen, Gang Song, Zhao Jin, Yuebo Zhang, Jie Yin, Yulong Yin, Kang X. Comprehensive characterization of the differences in metabolites, lipids, and volatile flavor compounds between Ningxiang and Berkshire pigs using multi-omics techniques. Food chemistry. vol 457. 2024-07-04. PMID:38964207. the study deepens our understanding of the flavor of chinese indigenous pigs, providing theoretical basis to understand the meat flavor regulation under different feeding conditions. 2024-07-04 2024-07-11 Not clear
Lei Liu, Xiaodan Shang, Li Ma, Dawei Yan, Adeyinka Abiola Adetula, Ying Bai, Xinxing Don. Transcriptomic Analyses Reveal the Effects of Walnut Kernel Cake on Adipose Deposition in Pigs. Genes. vol 15. issue 6. 2024-06-27. PMID:38927603. in this study, we found that feeding large diqing tibetan pigs walnut kernel cake promoted adipose deposition and improved pork quality during pig growth. 2024-06-27 2024-06-29 Not clear
Correction to: Effect of early vs. late maturing sire lines and creep feeding on the cortisol response, intestinal permeability, and growth performance of nursery and finishing pigs. Journal of animal science. vol 102. 2024-06-27. PMID:38935879. correction to: effect of early vs. late maturing sire lines and creep feeding on the cortisol response, intestinal permeability, and growth performance of nursery and finishing pigs. 2024-06-27 2024-06-30 Not clear
Mónica Mora, Miriam Piles, Ingrid David, Guilherme J M Ros. Integrating computer vision algorithms and RFID system for identification and tracking of group-housed animals: an example with pigs. Journal of animal science. 2024-06-22. PMID:38908015. for pigs with similar coat color, the rfid system was used to identify individual animals when they entered the feeding station, and this rfid identification was linked to the image trajectory of each pig, both backward and forward. 2024-06-22 2024-06-25 Not clear
A Janine Soderstrom, Li Fang Wang, Rob Patterson, Eduardo Beltranena, Ruurd T Zijlstr. Feeding a Multi-Enzyme Blend to Enhance the Nutrient Digestibility of Wheat-Canola Expeller Diets in Ileal-Cannulated Weaned Pigs. Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 14. issue 11. 2024-06-19. PMID:38891694. feeding a multi-enzyme blend to enhance the nutrient digestibility of wheat-canola expeller diets in ileal-cannulated weaned pigs. 2024-06-19 2024-06-21 Not clear
A Janine Soderstrom, Li Fang Wang, Rob Patterson, Eduardo Beltranena, Ruurd T Zijlstr. Feeding a Multi-Enzyme Blend to Enhance the Nutrient Digestibility of Wheat-Canola Expeller Diets in Ileal-Cannulated Weaned Pigs. Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 14. issue 11. 2024-06-19. PMID:38891694. feeding the multi-enzyme blend increased the energy digestibility of wheat and barley-based diets fed to weaned pigs. 2024-06-19 2024-06-21 Not clear
José Segura, Luis Calvo, Rosa Escudero, Ana Isabel Rodríguez, Álvaro Olivares, Beatriz Jiménez-Gómez, Clemente José López-Bot. Alleviating Heat Stress in Fattening Pigs: Low-Intensity Showers in Critical Hours Alter Body External Temperature, Feeding Pattern, Carcass Composition, and Meat Quality Characteristics. Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 14. issue 11. 2024-06-19. PMID:38891708. alleviating heat stress in fattening pigs: low-intensity showers in critical hours alter body external temperature, feeding pattern, carcass composition, and meat quality characteristics. 2024-06-19 2024-06-21 Not clear
José Segura, Luis Calvo, Rosa Escudero, Ana Isabel Rodríguez, Álvaro Olivares, Beatriz Jiménez-Gómez, Clemente José López-Bot. Alleviating Heat Stress in Fattening Pigs: Low-Intensity Showers in Critical Hours Alter Body External Temperature, Feeding Pattern, Carcass Composition, and Meat Quality Characteristics. Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 14. issue 11. 2024-06-19. PMID:38891708. the current study was conducted to assess the effect of low-intensity showers, provided during critical high-temperature hours daily, on body external temperature, feeding pattern, and carcass and meat quality characteristics in fattening pigs. 2024-06-19 2024-06-21 Not clear
C Van Baelen, L Montagne, S Ferchaud, A Prunier, B Lebre. Feeding strategy in organic pig farming as a lever to improve various quality dimensions of pork. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 7. 2024-06-13. PMID:38870587. this study aimed at evaluating the effects of a specific feeding strategy on several quality dimensions of organic meat from non-castrated male pigs. 2024-06-13 2024-06-16 Not clear
J D Bus, I J M M Boumans, D E Te Beest, L E Webb, E A M Bokker. Exploring individual responses to welfare issues in growing-finishing pig feeding behaviour. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 6. 2024-06-06. PMID:38843668. the feeding behaviour of individual growing-finishing pigs can be continuously monitored using sensors such as electronic feeding stations (efss), and this could be further used to monitor pig welfare. 2024-06-06 2024-06-10 Not clear
J D Bus, I J M M Boumans, D E Te Beest, L E Webb, E A M Bokker. Exploring individual responses to welfare issues in growing-finishing pig feeding behaviour. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 6. 2024-06-06. PMID:38843668. therefore, this study aimed (1) to quantify the individual variation in feeding behaviour changes in response to a range of welfare issues, and (2) to explain this individual variation by quantifying the responses to welfare issues for specific subgroups of pigs. 2024-06-06 2024-06-10 Not clear
J D Bus, I J M M Boumans, D E Te Beest, L E Webb, E A M Bokker. Exploring individual responses to welfare issues in growing-finishing pig feeding behaviour. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 6. 2024-06-06. PMID:38843668. subsequently, pigs were repeatedly grouped using physical and feeding characteristics, and, with meta-subset analysis, it was determined for each group whether a deviation in response to the welfare issue (i.e. 2024-06-06 2024-06-10 Not clear
J D Bus, I J M M Boumans, D E Te Beest, L E Webb, E A M Bokker. Exploring individual responses to welfare issues in growing-finishing pig feeding behaviour. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 6. 2024-06-06. PMID:38843668. this indicates that most pigs did not show feeding behaviour deviations during the welfare issue, while those that did could show both increases and reductions. 2024-06-06 2024-06-10 Not clear
J D Bus, I J M M Boumans, D E Te Beest, L E Webb, E A M Bokker. Exploring individual responses to welfare issues in growing-finishing pig feeding behaviour. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 6. 2024-06-06. PMID:38843668. one exception was heat stress, for which almost all pigs showed reductions in their feed intake, feeding duration and feeding frequency. 2024-06-06 2024-06-10 Not clear
J D Bus, I J M M Boumans, D E Te Beest, L E Webb, E A M Bokker. Exploring individual responses to welfare issues in growing-finishing pig feeding behaviour. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 6. 2024-06-06. PMID:38843668. when looking at subgroups of pigs, it was seen that especially for lameness and tail damage pigs with certain physical characteristics or feeding strategies did consistently deviate on some feeding components during welfare issues (e.g. 2024-06-06 2024-06-10 Not clear
J D Bus, I J M M Boumans, D E Te Beest, L E Webb, E A M Bokker. Exploring individual responses to welfare issues in growing-finishing pig feeding behaviour. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. vol 18. issue 6. 2024-06-06. PMID:38843668. only relatively heavier pigs reduced their feeding frequency during lameness). 2024-06-06 2024-06-10 Not clear