Sow Management and Nutrition

Tuesday, March 18, 2014: 9:00 AM-10:15 AM
318-319 (Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center)
Crystal L. Levesque
9:00 AM
9:15 AM
Supplementing sows or their litters with a direct fed microbial feed additive decreases fecal shedding of bacterial pathogens and increases litter performance in sows naturally infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRS)
Patrick K. Brown, Agri-King, Inc.; David A. Spangler, Agri-King Inc.; Kelly M Foerder, Agri-King, Inc.; James C Coomer, Agri-King, Inc.; Dave F. Jones, Agri-King Inc.; Rod J Hall, Agri-King, Inc.
9:30 AM
Response of sow and progeny to supplementation of dietary essential fatty acids during lactation
David S. Rosero Tapia, North Carolina State University; E. van Heugten, North Carolina State University; Jack Odle, North Carolina State University; Mark McCulley, The Hanor Company, Inc.; R. Dean Boyd, The Hanor Company, Inc.
9:45 AM
The impact of supplemental choice white grease on sows and litter performance when fed during lactation
Carrie R. Little, JBS United Inc.; Taylor N Kessie, JBS United, Inc.; Rodney Hinson, JBS United
10:00 AM
The impact of feeding natural betaine to lactating sows during periods of heat stress
Laura Greiner, Carthage Innovative Swine Solutions; Janet Remus, Dupont; David D. Hall, Dupont; R. D. Boyd, The Hanor Company, Inc.; Robert J. Harrell, Professional Swine Management; Joseph Connor, Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd
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