Effect of Raw and Extruded Propionic Acid-Treated Field Beans on Energy and Crude Protein Digestibility (In-Vitro and In-Vivo), Growth and Carcass Quality in Grow-Finisher Pigs
Perez-Vendrell, Anna M.
Manzanilla, Edgar G.
Gardiner, Gillian E.
O Doherty, John V.
Lawlor, Peadar G.
The in-vitro ileal digestibility of dry matter (DM), organic matter (OM), and crude protein (CP) of field beans treated with propionic acid (trFB) and extruded trFB (exFB) was determined in experiment 1. The DE and dCP values of trFB and exFB were determined using the difference method in experiment 2. The effect of replacing SBM with trFB and exFB in grow-finisher diets on growth, carcass quality, apparent ileal digestibility (AiD), and total tract digestibility (ATTD) of DM, OM, gross energy (GE), and CP were investigated in experiment 3. In exp. 1, in-vitro digestibility of exFB compared to trFB was unchanged for DM (p = 0.12), increased for OM (p < 0.05), and increased for CP (p < 0.05). In exp. 2, the DE value of trFB and exFB was 14.38 and 15.75 MJ/kg respectively; and the dCP value was 21.35% and 21.42% respectively (on DM basis). In exp. 3, ADFI was higher for pigs fed trFB and exFB compared to the control diet (CON; p < 0.05), while ADG, FCR and carcass quality parameters of pigs did not differ among treatments (p > 0.05).
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Torres-Pitarch, Alberto, Anna M. Perez-Vendrell, Edgar G. Manzanilla, Gillian E. Gardiner, Tomas Ryan, John V. O Doherty, David Torrallardona, and Peadar G. Lawlor. 2021. "Effect Of Raw And Extruded Propionic Acid-Treated Field Beans On Energy And Crude Protein Digestibility (In-Vitro And In-Vivo), Growth And Carcass Quality In Grow-Finisher Pigs". Animals 11 (11): 3080. https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/11/11/3080.
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EC/FP7/311794/EU/A whole-systems approach to optimising feed efficiency and reducing the ecological footprint of monogastrics/ECO-FCE
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