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Kansas Swine Day 2014

17 February 2015

Proceedings of the Kansas State University Swine Day 2014.

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  • Effects of Dietary Zinc Oxide and Chlortetracycline on Nursery Pig Growth Performance

  • Comparative Effects of Dietary Copper, Zinc, Essential Oils, and Chlortetracycline on Nursery Pig Growth Performance

  • Evaluation of Different Zinc Sources and Levels on Nursery Pig Performance

  • Evaluation of Specialty Soy Protein Sources on Nursery Pig Performance

  • Effects of PepSoyGen Processing Method on Nursery Pig Growth Performance

  • Evaluation of Fermented Soybean Meal Sources in Diets for Nursery Pigs

  • Evaluation of Different Oil Sources for Nursery Pigs

  • Comparison of Soybean Oil and Different Sources of Corn Oil on Nursery Pig Growth Performance

  • Effects of an Algae-Modified Montmorillonite Clay on Growth Performance of Nursery Pigs Fed Diets Contaminated with Low Levels of Deoxynivalenol

  • Effects of Algae-Derived β-Glucans with Zinc on Nursery Pig Growth Performance and Immune Response Under Commercial Conditions

  • Effects of a Novel Protease Enzyme (CIBENZA DP100) on Finishing Pig Growth Performance and Carcass Characteristics

  • Effects of Increasing Crystalline Amino Acids in Sorghum-or Corn-Based Diets on Nursery Pig Growth Performance

  • Validating a Dietary Approach to Determine Amino Acid:Lysine Ratios for Pigs

  • Effects of Standardized Ileal Digestible Tryptophan:Lysine Ratio on Growth Performance and Economics of 25- to 45-lb Nursery Pigs

  • Effects of Standardized Ileal Digestible Tryptophan:Lysine Ratio on Growth Performance and Economics of Finishing Pigs

  • Effects of Standardized Ileal Digestible Lysine Level and Added Tribasic Copper Chloride on Growth Performance, Carcass Characteristics, and Economics in Finishing Pigs

  • Effects of Standardized Ileal Digestible Lysine Level in Diets Containing Tribasic Copper Chloride on Finishing Pig Growth Performance, Carcass Characteristics, and Fat Quality

  • Effects of Copper Sources (Copper Sulfate and Mintrex Cu) on Growth Performance, Carcass Characteristics, Barn Cleaning, and Economics in Finishing Pigs

  • Effects of Added Zinc During the Grower and/or Finisher Phase on Growth Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Finishing Pigs Fed Diets With or Without Ractopamine HCl

  • Effects of High Levels of Dietary Niacin from Nicotinic Acid on Growth and Meat Quality of Finishing Pigs Raised During Summer

  • Effects of 30% Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles and 5% Added Fat Prior to Slaughter on Growth Performance, Carcass Characteristics, and Economics of Finishing Pigs

  • Effects of Pelleting and Diet Type on Growth Performance, Carcass Yield, and Iodine Value of Finishing Pigs

  • Influence of Dietary Fat Source and Feeding Duration on Pig Growth Performance, Carcass Composition and Fat Quality

  • Generating Equations Using Meta-Analyses to Predict Iodine Value of Pork Carcass Back, Belly and Jowl Fat

  • Effects of Feeding Different Dietary Net Energy Levels to Growing-Finishing Pigs When Dietary Lysine is Adequate

  • Effects of Hard Red Winter Wheat Particle Size in Meal Diets on Finishing Pig Growth Performance, Diet Digestibility and Caloric Efficiency

  • Effects of Wheat Source and Particle Size in Pelleted Diets on Finishing Pig Growth Performance, Caloric Efficiency and Carcass Characteristics

  • Effects of Different Feed Mills and Conditioning Temperature of Pelleted Diets on Nursery Pig Performance and Feed Preference from 14 to 50lb

  • Formation of Fines During the Pelleted Feed Manufacturing Process and the Resulting Differences in Nutrient Composition of Fines and Pellets

  • Determining the Optimal Sampling Method to Estimate the Mean and Standard Deviation of Pig Body Weights Within a Population

  • Effects of Electrostatic Particle Ionization on Air Quality, Emissions, and Growth Performance of Pigs Housed in a Thermo-Regulated Facility

  • Effects of Diet Bulk Density on Mixing Uniformity

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