Nutritional Technologies and Feeding Strategies

Tuesday, March 18, 2014: 7:30 AM-9:00 AM
Grand Ballroom - Posters (Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center)
Brian T. Richert
The effects of withdrawing high-fiber ingredients prior to market on growth and carcass characteristics in commercial finishing pigs
Kyle F. Coble, Kansas State University; Joel M. DeRouchey, Kansas State University; Steven S. Dritz, Kansas State University; Mike D. Tokach, Kansas State University; Robert D. Goodband, Kansas State University
Effect of Precision Feeding Strategy on Growth Performance and Nitrogen Excretion of Growing-Finishing Pigs
Ines Andretta, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria; Candido Pomar, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Joël Rivest, Centre de Développement du Porc du Québec; Jesús Pomar, Universitat de Lleida; Paulo A. Lovatto, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria; Joăo Radünz Neto, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Characterizing the feed intake pattern of immunologically castrated male pigs following administration of the second anti-GnRF injection
Amanda J. Elsbernd, Iowa State University; Cornelis F.M. de Lange, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, University of Guelph; John F. Patience, Iowa State University
Impact of Ractopamine on Whole-Body and Carcass Growth and Efficiency in Pigs Reared Under Moderate Heat Stress
C. E. Zier-Rush, The Hanor Company, Inc.; M. McGrath, The Hanor Company, Inc.; R. Palan, The Hanor Company, Inc.; A. Vaske, Elanco Animal Health; K. D. Haydon, Elanco Animal Health; R. D. Boyd, The Hanor Company, Inc.
Effect of Feed Form (Mash vs. Pellets) and Ractopamine on Pork Fat Quality
Neal Matthews, Genus PIC; Laura Greiner, Carthage Innovative Swine Solutions; Casey R. Neill, Genus PIC; Steve Jungst, Genus PIC; Brandon Fields, Genus PIC; Roger C. Johnson, Farmland Foods; Andrzej Sosnicki, Genus PIC
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