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Nebraska Swine Report 2007

by 5m Editor
26 February 2007, at 12:00am

By the University of Nebraska - This page links all of the Nebraska Swine Report 2007 articles.

University of Nebraska Agricultural Research Division

Contents

Practical Pig Research is His Niche
History of the Nebraska Feeder Pig Expo

Nutrition
  • Impact of a Variable Number of Out-of-Feed Events on Grow-Finish Performance
  • Effects of Nutrition During Gilt Development on Lifetime Productivity of Sows of Two Prolific Maternal Lines: Preliminary Report of Reproductive Characteristics
  • Effects of Nutrition During Gilt Development on Lifetime Productivity of Sows of Two Prolific Maternal Lines: Growth Characteristics of Replicate 1,2, and 3 Gilts
  • Effect of a Commercial Feed Additive on Sow Feed Disappearance and Litter Performance in Two Maternal Lines
  • Serum Vitamin B12 , and Homocysteine Concentrations of Weanling Pigs Fed Increased Levels of Dietary Vitamin B
  • Effects of Repaxol® and Aciprol on Growth Performance of Weaned Pigs Challenged with Escherichia Coli K88
  • Effect of Ractopamine (Paylean® ) and Lysine: Net Energy Ratio on Growth Performance and Plasma Urea Nitrogen Concentration of Late-Finishing Barrows Fed Low-Protein Amino Add-Supplemented Diets
  • The Effect of Dietary Selenium on Pork Carcass Quality and Longissimus Color Stability
  • The Effect of Organic and Inorganic Selenium on Smoked Pork Chop Color
Genetics
  • Genetics Affect Incidence of Porcine Circovirus Associated Disease
Meats
  • The Effect of Sodium Lactate and Sodium Citrate Solutions on the Quality Characteristics of Restructured Hams
Business Management
  • Corn Prices, Ethanol and Feed Price Outlook
Appendix
  • Explanation of Statistics Used In This Report
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