Nonruminant Nutrition: Feed ingredients

Section: Nonruminant Nutrition
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00 PM–4:45 PM
Location: Sebastian I-4
Chair: Tayo Adedokun, University of Kentucky
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#571 Nutrient profile and digestibility of agro-industrial coproducts as determined using an in vitro model of swine.
Utsav P. Tiwari
2:15 PM
#572 Feeding liquid dairy derivatives (whey) to nursery pigs.
Denise Beaulieu
2:30 PM
#573 Growth performance, serum lipids, and intestinal volatile fatty acids contents in growing pigs fed flaxseed meal- and oat hulls-containing diets.
Saymore P. Ndou
2:45 PM
#574 Effects of feeding increasing inclusion of canola press-cake on diet nutrient digestibility and growth performance of weaned pigs.
X. Zhou
3:00 PM
#575 Apparent and true ileal and total-tract digestibility of fat in diets including canola press-cake or canola oil and endogenous fat loss in growing pigs.
X. Zhou
3:15 PM
#576 Nutrient profile and digestibility of macadamia nut cake as determined using an in vitro model of swine.
Rajesh Jha
3:30 PM
#577 Effect of duck grease on growth performance, carcass characteristics, and meat quality in growing-finishing pigs.
Jie Yu
3:45 PM
#578 Feeding layer hens with a new type of defatted green microalgae produced dose-dependent enrichments of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in their egg yolk and tissues.
Xin Gen Lei
4:00 PM
#579 Moderate levels of supplemental defatted green microalgae in broiler diets had no adverse effect on bone properties.
Xin Gen Lei
4:15 PM
#580 Low concentrations of supplemental defatted microalgae affect egg and tissue fatty acid composition differently in layers fed diets containing corn and flaxseed oils.
Xin Gen Lei
4:30 PM
#581 Supplemental defatted green microalgae and phytase improve hemoglobin repletion in weanling pigs.
Xin Gen Lei