Phosphorus and Amino Acid Digestibility in Meat and Bone Meal Fed to Swine

Title: Phosphorus and Amino Acid Digestibility in Meat and Bone Meal Fed to Swine Principle Investigator: Hans Stein Year: 2010 Scientific Abstract:  A total of 8 different commercial sources of meat and bone meal (MBM) have been received and used for this experiment. For the amino acid study, 9 growing barrows (initial BW: 25 kg, … Continued

Effect of Phase-Feeding Beef Tallow along with Dried Distiller Grains on Pork Quality

Title: Effect of Phase-Feeding Beef Tallow along with Dried Distiller Grains on Pork Quality Principle Investigator: Jason Apple Year:2009 Scientific Abstract: Soft pork fat in fresh  pork bellies has become a major concern of pork processors.   Soft pork bellies have been associated with fabrication difficulties, reduced product yields, unattractive  bacon slices, reduced product shelf-life, and … Continued

Metabolizable Energy Value of Meat and Bone Meal

Title: Metabolizable Energy Value of Meat and Bone Meal Principle Investigator: Layi Adeola Year: 2005 Objective: 1. Determine the metabolizable energy (ME) contents of a variety of samples of meat and bone meal for pigs. 2. Assess the variation in metabolizable energy contents of meat and bone meal and develop robust regression equations that relate … Continued

Improving Fat Utilization by the Weaned pig: Effect of Diet Physical Form, Fatty Acid Chain length, and Emulsification

Title: Improving Fat Utilization by the Weaned pig: Effect of Diet Physical Form, Fatty Acid Chain length, and Emulsification Principle Investigator: Kathryn Price and Jack Odle Year: 2005 Objective: We hypothesized that MCT would be better digested than LCT, especially in dry diets, and emulsification would improve digestibility of LCT more than MCT. Lay Summary/Industry … Continued

Evaluating the Impact Under Commercial Conditions of Increasing Diet Tallow Content and Dietary Energy Concentration on Grow-Finish Performance, Carcass Quality and Return Over Feed Cost

Title: Evaluating the Impact Under Commercial Conditions of Increasing Diet Tallow Content and Dietary Energy Concentration on Grow-Finish Performance, Carcass Quality and Return Over Feed Cost Principle Investigator: John Patience Year: 2004 Objective: The objectives of this experiment were: 1. To determine the response of growing and finishing pigs to increasing dietary energy concentration on … Continued

Evaluating the Effects of Meat & Bone Meal in Reproducing Sow Diets

Title: Evaluating the Effects of Meat & Bone Meal in Reproducing Sow Diets Principle Investigator: Donald Malmn Year: 2004 Objective: To evaluate the effects of Meat & Bone Meal as a protein (amino acid) source for reproducing sows on reproductive performance, changes in backfat thickness, nursing pig performance, and sow milk compositions over a 3 … Continued

Metabolizable Energy Value of Meat and Bone Meal

Title: Metabolizable Energy Value of Meat and Bone Meal Principle Investigator: Year: 2002 Objective: 1) To determine the digestible and metabolizable energy values of a variety of samples of meat and bone meal for pigs. 2) Assess the variation in digestible and metabolizable energy content of meat and bone meal and develop robust regression equations … Continued

Improving the Feeding Value for Saturated Fats for Lean Genotype Swine: Effects of Tallow and Supplemental CLA

Title: Improving the Feeding Value for Saturated Fats for Lean Genotype Swine: Effects of Tallow and Supplemental CLA Principle Investigator: Jack Odle Year: 2000 Objective: To determine the additive effects of dietary tallow and CLA supplementation on pig growth and performance and carcass quality, pork quality, and belly quality. Lay Summary/Industry Summary: : Swine producers … Continued

Evaluation of the Effects of Dietary Fat and CLA on Pig Growth Performance and Pork Quality in Two Genetic Populations of Pigs

Title: Evaluation of the Effects of Dietary Fat and CLA on Pig Growth Performance and Pork Quality in Two Genetic Populations of Pigs Principle Investigator: Allan P. Schinckel Year: 2000 Objective: The goal of this experiment was to determine the individual and combined effects of dietary fat, CLA, and ractopamine on the growth performance and … Continued