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Hamlet Protein: Choosing the right protein minimizes oxidative stress

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Choosing the right protein minimizes oxidative stress

For the youngest piglets weaning is stressful. Not only because they are being separated from the sow but also because of the change in their diet. The transition from easily digestible milk to solid feed can be troublesome as it becomes much harder for...

7 common questions about antibiotic use and poultry production

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7 common questions about antibiotic use and poultry production

Antibiotic resistance is one of today’s most pressing global public health threats. Unchecked, antibiotic resistance could become the primary cause of human deaths by 2050. The severity of this problem has drawn global attention to the use and overuse...

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Choosing the optimal soy protein for young animal feed

Soy is a well-known ingredient in animal nutrition. The soybean is an excellent source of protein and other important nutrients, and every year, the production of soybean meal exceeds all other oilseed proteins put together.

Overcoming Piglet Gut Health

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Overcoming Piglet Gut Health Challenges with Holistic Approaches

The early development of piglets depends on their health and nutrition, and that sets the stage for their lifetime performance. If adequate strategies are not implemented, producers will leave growth potential, and ultimately money, on the table.

Feed holds the key

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Feed holds the key to a healthy young animal gut

Ensuring that the gut is healthy is critically important for all of life’s activity, since all nutrients must of course be absorbed through the gut. The right raw material choice therefore, limits the growth of pathogenic bacteria in young livestock animals.