Exogenous Enzymes

Tuesday, March 17, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
314-315 (Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center)
Moderator:
Thomas E. Burkey
1:30 PM
120
Effects of phytase on phosphorus digestibility of rice co-products fed to growing pigs
Gloria A Casas, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Hans H. Stein, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1:45 PM
121
Effect of microbial phytase on the standardized total tract digestibility and in vitro release of phosphorus in corn, soybean meal, and rice bran fed to growing pigs
Jerubella J Abelilla, Animal and Dairy Sciences Cluster, University of the Philippines; Rommel C Sulabo, Animal and Dairy Sciences Cluster, University of the Philippines; Hans H Stein, University of Illinois; Sonia P Acda, Animal and Dairy Sciences Cluster, University of the Philippines; Amado A Angeles, Animal and Dairy Sciences Cluster, University of the Philippines; Maria Cynthia R Oliveros, Animal and Dairy Sciences Cluster, University of the Philippines; Florinia E Merca, Institute of Chemistry, University of the Philippines
2:00 PM
122
Effects of increasing dietary levels of Aspergillus oryzae-derived phytase (Ronozyme) on the growth performance of nursery pigs fed an adequate phosphorous diet
Tsung-Cheng Tsai, Department of Animal Science, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture; Hae-Jin Kim, Department of Animal Science, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture; Jonathan R Bergstrom, DSM Nutritional Products, Inc.; J. J. Chewning, Swine Research Services, Inc.; J. K. Apple, Department of Animal Science, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture; Charles V. Maxwell, Department of Animal Science, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture
2:15 PM
123
Super-dosed phytase improves rate and efficiency of gain in nursery pigs
Dean D. Koehler, VitaPlus Corporation; Brendan Corrigan, VitaPlus Corporation; Amanda J. Elsbernd, Iowa State University; Stacie A. Gould, Iowa State University; Cassie L. Holloway, Iowa State University; John F. Patience, Iowa State University
2:30 PM
124
Improving nutrient utilization through the use of super-dosing of phytase in growing pig diets
Cassie L. Holloway, Iowa State University; R. Dean Boyd, The Hanor Company, Inc.; John F. Patience, Iowa State University
2:45 PM
125
The effect of superdosing phytase with or without the addition of live yeast in diets void of spray dried plasma in pigs from weaning to 21 days post-weaning
C. L. Bradley, AB Vista Feed Ingredients; Carrie L. Walk, AB Vista Feed Ingredients; Nicola D. Walker, AB Vista Feed Ingredients; P. Wilcock, AB Vista Feed Ingredients
3:00 PM
Break
3:15 PM
127
Response of protease supplementation on growth performance of weanling pigs
Ferdinando N Almeida, Novus International, Inc.; Junmei Zhao, Novus International, Inc.; Jeffery Escobar, Novus International, Inc.; Mercedes Vazquez-Anon, Novus International, Inc.
3:30 PM
128
Efficacy of protease on growth, gut health, and nutrient digestibility in nursery pigs fed diets with different levels of soybean meal
Inkyung Park, North Carolina State University; Patrick Biggs, 2BioResource International, Inc.; Sung Woo Kim, North Carolina State University
3:45 PM
129
Effects of xylanase supplementation and feeding method on nutrient digestibility in pigs fed diets containing corn dried distillers grains with solubles or wheat middlings
K. Moran, North Carolina State University; Eric van Heugten, North Carolina State University; R. Dean Boyd, North Carolina State University; Pete Wilcock, AB Vista Feed Ingredients; Cornelis FM de Lange, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, University of Guelph
4:00 PM
130
The effect of xylanase in grower-finisher pigs fed low or high fat diets.
P. Wilcock, AB Vista Feed Ingredients; C. L. Bradley, AB Vista Feed Ingredients; H. V. Masey O'Neill, AB Vista Feed Ingredients; G. Gourley, Gourley Research Group LLC
4:15 PM
131
Effects of dietary -mannanase on the growth performance of growing pigs
Omarh F. Mendoza, The Maschhoffs, LLC; Aaron M. Gaines, The Maschhoffs, LLC; Beau A. Peterson, The Maschhoffs, LLC; Phillip J. Rincker, Elanco Animal Health; Caleb M. Shull, The Maschhoffs, LLC
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