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Porcine Anatomy - Internal abdominal organs: diaphragm, heart, pig liver, spleen, small intestine, swine lung, heart, stomach, trachea oesophagus. Skeleton bones: vertebral column, forelimb bones scapula humerus radius bone, metacarpus vertebrae leg bones metatarsus tibia fibula, also snout tail hock teeth ribs.





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*The Role of Zinc in Piglet Health: Review

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Nutrient Requirements of Swine
Published by National Research Council - Subcommittee on Swine Nutrition

Optimize your pork, bacon, ham or pet pig production with this authoritative review on swine nutritional needs and dietary ingredient composition from the National Research Council.

Nutrient Requirements of Swine - Nutrition, Feeding & Diets for production management of sows and boars

This reference has guided nutritionists and other professionals in teaching and the pig and feed industries in developing and implementing nutritional and feeding programs for swine. The pork industry has undergone considerable changes since the previous edition was published and some of the requirements and recommendations set forth at that time are no longer relevant or appropriate.

The hardback book is complemented by free online resources to determine the nutrient requirements of swine at all stages of development, to evaluate diet, and to calculate nutrient excretion. The EXTRA ADDED resources include:

Computer models for calculation of nutrient requirements, diet optimisation & nutrient excretion.
Case studies to help users understand uses & applications of the computer models.

This new, revised 400-page edition of the Nutrient Requirements of Swine builds on the previous editions published by the National Research Council. A great deal of new research has been published during the last 15 years and there is a large amount of new information for many nutrients. In addition to a thorough and current evaluation of the literature on the energy and nutrient requirements of swine in all stages of life, this volume includes information about feed ingredients from the biofuels industry and other new ingredients, requirements for digestible phosphorus and concentrations of it in feed ingredients, a review of the effects of feed additives and feed processing, and strategies to increase nutrient retention and thus reduce fecal and urinary excretions that could contribute to environmental pollution. The tables of feed ingredient composition are significantly updated.

Nutrient Requirements of Swine represents a comprehensive review of the most recent information available on swine nutrition and ingredient composition that will allow efficient, profitable, and environmentally conscious swine production. It will provide you with the most comprehensive review of research-based information on swine nutrition. This new edition also provides guidance on efficient and environmentally aware agricultural practices.

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*Feeding for Increased Milk Production in Hyper-prolific Sow Lines + Udder Development in Gilts: Octagon


*Essential Oils in Pig Finishing Diets - Phytogenic Herbal Feed Additives: Review


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Fertility & Infertility in Pig Herds
Nutritional Approaches to Arresting a Decline in Fertility in Pigs & Poultry

Continued genetic development of pigs and poultry has been the foundation of profitable production within a competitive market. However, the challenges of these production increases have undoubtedly taken their toll on reproductive function in all breeding livestock, with the incidence of infertility increasing at an alarming rate. For example, it has recently been estimated that over 40% of sows are culled due to fertility problems, compared to just 2% with feet and leg issues.
This edited collection of papers is taken from a series of seminars, devoted to bringing together some of the world’s leading authorities in the field of pig and poultry nutrition and feeding. The fundamental aim being to re-examine the current trends in productivity in the pig and poultry industries, and to identify nutritional means to improve fertility. It considers the effects of essential nutrients in optimising productivity, and discusses innovative applications of nutrition that will help to enhance fertility. The success of such innovations within entrepreneurial integrated systems is also covered, together with the importance of producing a quality chick and piglet at birth/hatching. Finally, the role of management and the need for least cost production is discussed.
Nutritional Approaches to Arresting the decline in Fertility of Pigs and Poultry is aimed at livestock farm managers, feed industry consultants, vets, nutritionists and poultry producers as well as students and researchers studying animal and applied biological sciences.

  • Recent advances in feeding for sow reproductive function
  • Perspective on sow nutrient requirement estimates
  • Case in point - copper
  • Feeding management
  • References

    Organic or inorganic selenium for hyperovulatory first-parity sows?
    Antioxidant status, hormonal response, embryo development & reproductive performance

  • Long-term effects on selenium-related metabolites
  • Short-term effects on selenium-related metabolites & hormone status during the peri-oestral period
  • Reproduction performance on day 30 of gestation
  • References

    Piglets survival: importance for efficient productivity

  • Peri-natal mortality
  • Understanding piglet mortality
  • Importance of colostrum for the piglet’s survival
  • References

    Nutritional management of reproduction

  • Where are we & what do we aim at?
  • Targets for gilt preparation
  • Gestation feeding
  • Lactation feeding
  • Sow Longevity
  • Mineral needs for reproduction
  • Current thinking on organic minerals
  • References

    Role of the boar in maximising reproduction: effects of nutrition & management

  • Reproduction in boars
  • The boar rearing period
  • Nutrition of the breeding boar
  • Mineral & vitamin requirements of boars
  • Feed quality
  • Water requirement of boars
  • Effects of environmental temperature
  • The effects of stockmanship

    Nutrigenomics in pig & poultry production:

  • Feeding the genes for fertility
  • Using genomic information to understand fertility
  • Oligonucleotide microarrays as a tool for examining gene regulation in swine
  • Examining fertility issues using gene expression
  • Nutrigenomics
  • Effects of selenium on gene expression
  • Vision of the future
Nutrition and diets for fertile herd production management of sows and boars
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ISBN: 9086860605 978-9086860609
Gut Efficiency - The Key Ingredient in Pig and Poultry Production
Digestion Efficiency - Key Ingredient in Pig & Poultry Production - Applied Monogastric Digestion Physiology of Swine and ChickensIncreasing global emphasis on ethanol production has diverted significant proportions of grain away from animal production, increasing the cost of feed. This has forced the pig and poultry industries to check current production methods, investigate alternative feed ingredients and find ways to improve productivity and efficiency. This is an edited collection of the latest reviews by world-leading authorities in swine and poultry nutrition and production. The basic theme is the interaction between nutrition and the gut ecology as a means to enhance health, performance and profitability. The development of the porcine gut and intestinal ecosystem and their impact on health and disease are covered in-depth. There are also summaries of the roles of specific feed ingredients, for the benefit of nutritionists and pig producers and students and scientists studying animal and applied biological sciences.


  • How past experience can dictate future developments in the pork industry
  • Effects of technology on the efficiency of the pork industry
  • Factors affecting productivity
  • Host & intestinal microbiota negotiations in relation to growth efficiency
  • Gut microflora: competitive with host in small intestine, symbiotic in large intestine
  • Gut bacteria & intestinal inflammation
  • Bacteria alter intestinal epithelial turnover & maintenance energy requirements
  • Gut development: interactions between nutrition, gut health & immunity in young pigs
  • Defence mechanisms of the gastrointestinal tract
  • Neonatal immune function, Adaptive immune function, Innate immune function
  • Weaning & the mucosal immune system
  • Feed additives & GIT immunity
  • Pig health & the modern genotype: implications for performance & profitability
  • Sources of pig genotypes in Asia
  • Disease patterns
  • Role of fibre (fiber) in piglet gut health
  • Physico-chemical properties of dietary fibre
  • Actions of fiber in porcine stomach & small intestine
  • Activity of fibre in the large intestine
  • Fermentation & fermentation end-products
  • Fibre in connection with feed intake & performance
  • Fibre & gut health considerations
  • Intestinal balance & equilibrium set the scene for health & management
  • Strategy of nutrient recovery; Crypt multiplication; Establishing enterocyte-goblet cells
  • Manage disease resistance: advanced methods to understand gastrointestinal microbial communities
  • Introduction to the intestinal microbiota of pigs; Commensal bacteria
  • Necrotic enteritis
  • Commensal bacteria Analysis of intestinal bacterial communities
  • Coccidiosis control: yesterday, today & tomorrow
  • Nutrigenomics: evaluating & understanding nutritional effects on intestinal gene expression & function
  • The future of nutrigenomics in animal production

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Formula for the Future: Nutrition or Pathology?
Elevating Performance and Health in Pigs and Poultry
*NEW* Formula for the future: nutrition or pathology? Elevating performance and health in pigs and poultry edited by: J.A Taylor-Pickard, Z. Stevenson and K. GlebockaA series of reviews from world-leading authorities on pig and poultry nutrition, health and production. Deals with current issues of nutrition and health, including interactions and potential conflicts between them plus ways to combat Salmonella and mycotoxins. The importance of digestive function and the influence of nutrition on liveability and disease are covered in-depth.
The aim is to provide up-to-date coverage of connections between dietary and disease risk assessments and risk management for nutritionists, veterinarians, meat & egg producers, agriculture students and food safety research scientists.

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*FREE INFORMATION LEAFLET on Efficient Feed Usage: download (.PDF 899Kb)

Feed costs represent around 80% of the variable costs of producing a finished pig and over 50% of total production costs. Fluctuation in feed prices has a greater impact on production costs and profitability than any other factor. Cost of production (COP) may be decreased by reducing input prices eg switching to a cheaper ration or purchasing in larger quantities, or achieved through simple practical actions to minimise feed wastage and improve efficiency of feedstuffs utilisation.

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Gaining the Edge in Pork and Poultry Production
How to Enhance Efficiency, Quality and Safety
Gaining the Edge in Pork and Poultry Production Enhancing Efficiency Quality and Safety by J.A. Taylor-Pickard Editor, P. Spring Global pork and poultry production has become an extremely competitive industry. There is more pork consumed in the world than any other meat and intense competition to attract and retain customers. Consumers continue to demand safe, high quality pigmeat and poultry products at competitive prices compared to other high protein food alternatives. To ensure sustainability of both the pig and poultry industries, producers must endeavour to seek new technologies to improve production efficiency whilst lowering the cost of production and producing a quality product. This edited (by J.A. Taylor-Pickard, P. Spring) collection of articles is from a series of seminars by the world's leading authorities in the field of swine and poultry nutrition and production. The fundamental theme is to re-examine the current trends in productivity within the pig and poultry industries, and to identify nutritional and managerial means to improve competitiveness as well as the quality of the end product. The importance of animal health together with novel strategies for disease control and ways to minimise the environmental impact of pig and poultry production are covered. The book is aimed at pig unit managers, consultants, nutritionists and animal producers as well as students and researchers studying livestock and applied biological sciences.

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Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals
Dept. of Animal Sciences Washington State University USA
Dept. of Agriculture University of Reading U.K.
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52nd International Congress
Meat Science and Technology

Harnessing and Exploiting Global Opportunities
52nd International Congress of Meat Science and Technology Harnessing and Exploiting Global OpportunitiesContains over 300 articles plus invited 4 reviews from International Conference held in Dublin, Ireland. Theme was: harnessing and exploiting global opportunities including meat quality, genomics and biotechnology, animal production, livestock farming systems, muscle biology, biochemistry; meat safety, meat processing and packaging technology, consumer topics and meat and health. Hot topics important to the industry and meat scientists are electrical stimulation and new instrumental methods for evaluation of meat quality characteristics. Reflects the global nature of meat research and gives insight into current issues.

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Applied Nutrition for Young Pigs

  • Growth & development
  • Digestive physiology
  • Sow's milk
  • Feed intake & management
  • Dietary specifications
  • Feedstuffs
  • Applied Nutrition for Young Pigs book with photos, diagram picture
  • Feed additives
  • Feed manufacturing
  • Feeding programs
  • Creep feeding
  • Liquid feeding
  • Water nutrition
  • Combines scientific background information with practical advice. The nutrition of the young pig is one of the most active practical scientific fields of porcine nutrition throughout the world. The profitability of any pig farm production programme is demonstrated by the fact that maximal early growth in pigs, which depends on correct nutrition, is extremely efficient, yet rarely achieved in most commercial farm situations.
    This new textbook for nutrition consultants & farmers explains how to provide accurate nutrition to young swine under commercial conditions, in order to achieve maximum growth performance at minimal cost. It includes coverage of nutritional physiology, nutrient requirements, ingredients and diets, feed programmes and management systems.
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    Livestock Production and Society

    Edited by Dr. R. Geers & Professor F. Madec
  • Nutrition regimes reduce pig manure nitrogen, phosphorus, trace elements
  • Ammonia reduction in pigs & dairy cattle
  • Bioaerosol emission from animal houses - Bioscrubbers & Biofilters
  • Manure management & treatment options
  • Alternative production systems for pigs, sheep, cattle
  • Automatic on-line monitoring of livestock - Precision Livestock Farming
  • Regional patterns of livestock & poultry production in Europe
  • Public perception of food safety
  • EU Legislation & Regulations + Environmental Issues
  • Sustainable agriculture - Sustainable development
  • Real-time sounds analysis to monitor health status of pig herds
    Production Diseases in Farm Animals plus CD of Proceedings International Conference on Production Diseases in Farm Animals Michigan USAA scientific, multidisciplinary perspective to the dialogue between society and the stakeholders in livestock production. Concerns and problems related to food safety, animal welfare and rural environment are discussed within an wholistic, yet science-based, approach.
    This unique approach adds value compared to other textbooks which cover these topics from a specialist point of view. The different issues are developed by well-known experts in their field of work. They are dealing with the latest developments in livestock production in relation to social concerns - regulations, risk communication, reduction of environmental impact, sustainability and economic and social impacts of alternative strategies - and production systems (including transport and slaughter, feeding strategies, waste management and future monitoring technology).

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    *FACT SHEET: General Nutrition Principles for Swine
    An extensive manual of nutritional principles for proper feeding of pigs: download

    Production Diseases in Farm Animals

    Includes CD of Proceedings of International Conference on Production Diseases in Farm Animals
  • Effects of dietary ß-glucans on nonspecific & specific immunity in weaners
  • Effect of dietary ß-glucans on oxidative & antioxidative status & growth performance
  • Influence of organic nutrition & housing on immune system & metabolism of finishing pigs
  • Cow's colostrum feed additive in weaning diet improves gut health of piglets
  • Postweaning Multisystemic Wasting Syndrome (PMWS) in growing swine
  • Alternatives to growth-promoting antibiotics & antibiotic feed additives
  • Immune system activation increases tryptophan requirement of post-weaning pigs
    Production Diseases in Farm Animals plus CD of Proceedings of International Conference on Production Diseases in Farm Animals Michigan USA High producing farm animals are permanently challenged by a variety of factors: lack of proper nutrition (deficiency, excess, toxicity), housing systems, infections and stress. The incidence, course and outcome of production diseases are changing continuously. Therefore, new information on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of production diseases is needed.

    These problems are complicated by the discussion of animal welfare, the rapid changes in agricultural production and the economics of production. The following key topics are handled: alternatives to growth-promoting antibacterial agents; chronic inflammation and animal production; animal behaviour and welfare in intensive production systems; epidemiology of production diseases; new techniques in immunoprophylaxis; nutrition-immunology and production-immunology relationships; phosphorus nutrition - animal health and environmental concerns; application of genomics to production disease; role of specific fatty acids in animal health, reproduction, and performance; trace mineral nutrition and metabolism.


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    Weaning the Pig:  Concepts and Consequences
    32 Authors include Prof. Peter Brooks, Dr. F. Madec, J.R. Pluske, J. Le Dividich & M.W.A. Verstegen
    Wageningen Agricultural University

    Weaning the weaner Pig - Housing Feeding Nutrition Diet and Management of Weaners

  • Growth of the weaned pig
  • Nutritional management of the pig in preparation for weaning
  • Behavioural changes & adaptations associated with weaning
  • Metabolic & endocrine changes in weaners around weaning
  • Factors affecting voluntary feed intake in weaned piglets
  • Digestive physiology of the weaner hog
  • Diet-mediated modulation of small intestinal integrity in weaners
  • Interactions: intestinal microflora, diet, diarrhoea - influence piglet health in post-weaning period
  • Aspects of intestinal immunity in the pig around weaning time
  • Nutritional requirements of the weaned pig
  • Intestinal nutrient requirements in weanling pigs
  • Environmental requirements & housing of weaned hogs
  • Saving and rearing underprivileged & supernumerary piglets - improving health at weaning
  • Providing assistance to piglets at birth, Cross-fostering, Split weaning
  • Growth potential of underprivileged piglets
  • All-in / All-out management system for farrowing and weaner housing
  • Segregated Early Weaning for Disease Control
  • Productivity and Longevity of Weaned Sows - Reproductive causes of culling
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    The Lactating Sow:  Physiology - Metabolism - Nutrition

    The Lactating Sow - feeding pigs in lactation
    Wageningen Agricultural University & Massey University New Zealand
    17 chapters - Expert Authors - 350 pages
  • Overview of biological and zootechnical aspects of lactation in sows
  • Colostrum and sow's milk composition
  • Immunological aspects and Piglet digestion of sow's milk
  • Major factors affecting lactation performance
  • Genetic heritability, diet nutrition, pregnancy feeding, age factors
  • Environmental requirements of lactating sows
  • Relationship between nutritional strategy and reproduction

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    Encyclopedia of Farm Animal Nutrition and diets and feed ingredients for pigs, cattle, horses, fish, sheep, poultry

    The Encyclopedia of Farm Animal Nutrition
    Contents & Review - Livestock Nutrition Manual
    Biology of the Domestic Pig - Comstock Books Biology of Domesticated Swine
    Biology of the Domestic Pig
    Edited by Dr. Wilson G. Pond & Dr. Harry J. Mersmann
    Reference manual for animal scientists, veterinarians and biomedical researchers reflects the fact that since the 1980s the knowledge base about the physiology and biology of the pig has grown phenomenally. The book offers an integrated description of the full scope of current knowledge. The editors have included chapters on the expandin fields of immunology, endocrinology and genetics. Growth, digestion, nutrition, respiration, excretion and reproduction are extensively treated. The final chapter covers the emerging applications of transgenics, metabolite replacement therapy and xenotranslantation (the use of animal tissues in humans).
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    Photos of Swine Nutrition comprehensive reference textbookNutrition of Sows and Boars

    by Dr. W.H. Close & Dr. D.J.A Cole of Nottingham University, United Kingdom.
    The central role of nutrition in the breeding of swine is well known. In the last two decades there have been huge advances in the knowledge of sow and boar nutrition which has allowed the development of effective feeding strategies. This internationally acclaimed book aims to provide information to allow the development of appropriate feeding strategies. In addition to basic scientific knowledge, practical guidelines and indices of reproduction are given, commensurate with good performance, health and welfare. This comprehensive work is a key information source and reference textbook for students, research scientists, veterinary surgeons, nutritionists and practical pig production managers.
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    Formula for the Future: Nutrition or Pathology?
    Elevating Performance and Health in Pigs and Poultry
    Formula for the future: nutrition or pathology? Elevating performance and health in pigs and poultry edited by: J.A Taylor-Pickard, Z. Stevenson and K. GlebockaCONTENTS
  • Formula for the future: nutrition or pathology?
  • Regulating gut function and immunity
  • Effects of the commensal microbiota on the host gut maturation
  • Host-microbe interaction: role of epithelial cells
  • Host-bacteria interaction: role of mucosal dendritic cells and antigen presentation
  • Mucosal immune development in the pig: innate and adaptive immunity
  • Development of the commensal microbiota
  • Gut microflora and mucosal localisation
  • Animal-microorganisms interactions and disease susceptibility
  • Disease susceptibility and the hygiene hypothesis
  • Identifying functionally important gut bacteria with prophylactic and therapeutic properties
  • Prebiotics and probiotics: natural alternatives to antibiotics
  • Digestive function of amino acids: implications for pig health and performance
  • Adequate threonine is critical for gut mucin production
  • Intestinal utilisation of dietary methionine and cysteine *NEW*
  • The gut may require leucine as an energy source
  • The gut is the only site of arginine synthesis in the piglet
  • The pig intestine catabolises lysine
  • Effect of targeted supplementation of early weaning diets with amino acids
  • Formula for the future: nutritional or pathological?
  • Nutritional maintenance of gut health: an impending reality?
  • Alternatives to antibiotics: the use of high fibre feed ingredients or prebiotics
  • Glutamine, arginine and proline as conditionally essential amino acids involved in gut health
  • Threonine
  • Novel strategies to manage the mycotoxin threat
  • Salmonella in modern pig production: here today, gone tomorrow? by Thomas Blaha
  • Salmonella in pigs: here today?
  • Salmonella: the nomenclature
  • Salmonella in the pork production chain
  • Risk factors and interventions during the pre-harvest phase
  • Re-evaluating some of the so far undoubted beliefs on Salmonella in pig herds
  • Salmonella in pigs: gone tomorrow? 114
  • Nutritional approaches to controlling Salmonella
  • Salmonella in pig, pork and poultry, chicken production
  • Integrated approach to Salmonella control on farm
  • Glycans as the basis for anti-infective agents
  • Bio-Mos - mode of action
  • Is immune function being traded off for optimal performance?
  • Nutrients as substrates for the immune system
  • Nutrients regulate the type of immune response
  • Nutrients regulate pathogen growth and presence
  • Emerging pathologies: are we prepared?
  • Important emerging disease challenges
  • Implications for poultry production: are we prepared?
  • ‘Zero Salmonella levels’: the new European Union EU mantra?
  • Salmonella strains causing gastrointestinal disease in humans
  • Hens: Layers and Salmonella: Enteritidis is the predominant serotype to be controlled
  • Broilers and Salmonella: a variety of serotypes, which ones are important?
  • European legislation: obligating monitoring schemes and control plans to reach defined targets
  • Vaccination: an efficient way to control Salmonella enteritidis in layers
  • Other control methods in the primary production and their relevance
  • Can we reduce Salmonella prevalence in chicken flocks to zero?
  • The challenge of managing health in an integrated business
  • Managing disease without feed grade preventative antimicrobials 215
  • Managing disease with a limited number of therapeutic antimicrobials
  • Formula for the future: nutrition or pathology?
  • Biosecurity challenges
  • Vaccination / immunization
  • Genetics
  • Feed quality
  • Welfare impact on health
  • Mycotoxins in poultry production: impact on animal performance and immunity
  • Impact of mycotoxins on poultry farming
  • Natural occurrence of mycotoxins in poultry feeds and strategies for prevention
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