By University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
producers turn to implementing co-products into swine diets there is a need to determine the energy contribution from fiber-rich ingredients. But the effect of dietary fiber on heat production and net energy of diets is unclear.
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prepping for the new VFD rules starts with a good relationship with a veterinarian, the responsibility to follow regulations remains on the hog producer’s shoulders. Each farm is unique, and its VFD action plans should be personalized.
is occurring in the U.S. hog industry, and the August issue of National Hog Farmer encourages producers to study their balance sheets before jumping into expansion. Gestation stall-open pen debate continues.
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