Nutrition

Comparison of Hydrolyzed Intestinal By-products

Authors
  • K. Bregendahl (Iowa State University)
  • D. R. Zimmerman (Iowa State University)

Abstract

Pigs were weaned at 16 to 20 days of age and fed diets containing either dried whey, dried porcine solubles (DPS), or condensed porcine solubles (CPS) for 3 weeks, followed by a common diet for 2 weeks. The results of the trial showed that 5% of either DPS or CPS can replace dried whey protein in diets for weanling with no effect on growth performance up to 5 weeks after weaning

Keywords: ASL R651

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Bregendahl, K. & Zimmerman, D. R., (2001) “Comparison of Hydrolyzed Intestinal By-products”, Iowa State University Animal Industry Report 1(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2001
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