Technical / White Paper

UTILIZATION OF FATTY ACIDS IN SWINE DIETS

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UTILIZATION OF FATTY ACIDS IN SWINE DIETS

The purpose of this whitepaper is to better understand the role of supplemental fats and oils in swine nutrition, and in doing so to answer three primary questions for the swine producer, nutritionist, ingredient buyer, production manager, or feed purchasing agent:
• Why add supplemental fats and oils to swine diets?
• How do supplemental fats and oils differ and where do vegetable-based oils and vegetable/animal blends have advantage?
• What are acidulated vegetable oils and why and in which segments of the swine market are they a superior form of supplemental fat and oil?
Rather than presenting the findings of many areas of swine research, which is not practical given the complexity and breadth of the topic, this whitepaper will present general findings and recommendations from university and extension agency researchers, industry practitioners and other leading experts.

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