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Nebraska Swine Report 2008

by 5m Editor
19 March 2008, at 12:00am

By the University of Nebraska - This page links all of the Nebraska Swine Report 2008 articles.

University of Nebraska Agricultural Research Division

Contents

Pork Central’s Al Prosch Retires

Nutrition

  • The Effect of Corn Distillers Dried Grain with Solubles (DDGS) on Growth Performance of Growing-Finishing Pigs
  • The Effect of Corn Distillers Dried Grain with Solubles (DDGS) on Carcass Characteristics and Pork Quality
  • Effects of Increasing Concentrations of Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS) on Growth Performance of Weanling Pigs
  • Dietary Fiber in Sow Gestation Diets — An Updated Review
  • Effects of Nutrition During Gilt Development on Lifetime Productivity of Sows of Two Profile Maternal Lines: Summary Growth Characteristics and Sow Productivity — 2008
  • Effects of Nutrition During Gilt Development and Genetic Line on Farrowing Rates through Parity 3, Causes of Culling, Sow Weights and Backfats through Parity 4, and Factors Affecting Farrowing Rates
  • Estimation of the Lysine Requirements for High-Lean Growth Pigs
  • Effect of Increasing Lysine:net Energy Ratio on Growth Performance and Plasma Urea Nitrogen Concentration of Late-finishing Barrows Fed Low-protein Amino Acid-supplemented Diets and Ractopamine

Health

Odor Management

Meats

  • Effects of Organic Acid Salts on the Quality Characteristics of Whole Muscle Hams

Appendix

  • Explanation of Statistics Used in this Report
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Further Information

To view the full list of
Nebraska Swine Report 2007 articles, click here
Nebraska Swine Report 2006 articles, click here
Nebraska Swine Report 2005 articles, click here

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