Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development

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Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development. / Satessa, Gizaw Dabessa; Tamez-Hidalgo , Paulina; Kjærulff , Søren ; Vargas Bello Perez, Einar; Dhakal, Rajan; Nielsen, Mette Olaf .

In: Animals - Open Access Journal, Vol. 10, No. 4, 559, 2020.

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Satessa, GD, Tamez-Hidalgo , P, Kjærulff , S, Vargas Bello Perez, E, Dhakal, R & Nielsen, MO 2020, 'Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development', Animals - Open Access Journal, vol. 10, no. 4, 559. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani10040559

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Satessa, G. D., Tamez-Hidalgo , P., Kjærulff , S., Vargas Bello Perez, E., Dhakal, R., & Nielsen, M. O. (2020). Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development. Animals - Open Access Journal, 10(4), [559]. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani10040559

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Satessa GD, Tamez-Hidalgo P, Kjærulff S, Vargas Bello Perez E, Dhakal R, Nielsen MO. Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development. Animals - Open Access Journal. 2020;10(4). 559. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani10040559

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Satessa, Gizaw Dabessa ; Tamez-Hidalgo , Paulina ; Kjærulff , Søren ; Vargas Bello Perez, Einar ; Dhakal, Rajan ; Nielsen, Mette Olaf . / Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development. In: Animals - Open Access Journal. 2020 ; Vol. 10, No. 4.

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title = "Effects of Increasing Doses of Lactobacillus Pre-fermented Rapeseed Product with or without Inclusion of Macroalgae Product on Weaner Piglet Performance and Intestinal Development",
abstract = "AbstractThis study evaluated the effects of increasing doses of pre-fermented rapeseed meal (FRM) without or with inclusion of the brown macroalgae Ascophyllum nodosum (AN) on weaner piglets’ performance and gut development. Ten days pre-weaning, standardized litters were randomly assigned to one of nine isoenergetic and isoproteic diets comprising (on DM basis): no supplement (negative control, NC), 2500 ppm ZnO (positive control, PC), 8, 10, 12, 15 or 25{\%} FRM, and 10{\%} FRM plus 0.6 or 1.0{\%} AN. Fifty piglets receiving the same pre-weaning diets were weaned at 28 days of age and transferred to one pen, where they continued on the pre-weaning diet until day 92. At 41 days, six piglets per treatment were sacrificed for blood and intestinal samplings. The average daily gain was at least sustained at any dose of FRM (increased at 8{\%} FRM, 28 – 41 days) from 18 – 41 days similar to PC but unaffected by inclusion of AN. The percentage of piglets that completed the experiment was increased by FRM compared to NC, despite detection of diarrhea symptoms. FRM showed quadratic dose-response effects on colon and mid-jejunum crypts depth, and enterocyte and mid-jejunum villus heights with optimum development at 8{\%} or 10{\%} FRM, respectively, but this was abolished when AN was also added. In conclusion, FRM sustained piglet growth performance and intestinal development similar to ZnO with an optimum inclusion level of 8 – 10{\%} of dietary DM.Keywords: Fermented feed; Ascophyllum nodossum; villi development; gut health",
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AU - Satessa, Gizaw Dabessa

AU - Tamez-Hidalgo , Paulina

AU - Kjærulff , Søren

AU - Vargas Bello Perez, Einar

AU - Dhakal, Rajan

AU - Nielsen, Mette Olaf

PY - 2020

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N2 - AbstractThis study evaluated the effects of increasing doses of pre-fermented rapeseed meal (FRM) without or with inclusion of the brown macroalgae Ascophyllum nodosum (AN) on weaner piglets’ performance and gut development. Ten days pre-weaning, standardized litters were randomly assigned to one of nine isoenergetic and isoproteic diets comprising (on DM basis): no supplement (negative control, NC), 2500 ppm ZnO (positive control, PC), 8, 10, 12, 15 or 25% FRM, and 10% FRM plus 0.6 or 1.0% AN. Fifty piglets receiving the same pre-weaning diets were weaned at 28 days of age and transferred to one pen, where they continued on the pre-weaning diet until day 92. At 41 days, six piglets per treatment were sacrificed for blood and intestinal samplings. The average daily gain was at least sustained at any dose of FRM (increased at 8% FRM, 28 – 41 days) from 18 – 41 days similar to PC but unaffected by inclusion of AN. The percentage of piglets that completed the experiment was increased by FRM compared to NC, despite detection of diarrhea symptoms. FRM showed quadratic dose-response effects on colon and mid-jejunum crypts depth, and enterocyte and mid-jejunum villus heights with optimum development at 8% or 10% FRM, respectively, but this was abolished when AN was also added. In conclusion, FRM sustained piglet growth performance and intestinal development similar to ZnO with an optimum inclusion level of 8 – 10% of dietary DM.Keywords: Fermented feed; Ascophyllum nodossum; villi development; gut health

AB - AbstractThis study evaluated the effects of increasing doses of pre-fermented rapeseed meal (FRM) without or with inclusion of the brown macroalgae Ascophyllum nodosum (AN) on weaner piglets’ performance and gut development. Ten days pre-weaning, standardized litters were randomly assigned to one of nine isoenergetic and isoproteic diets comprising (on DM basis): no supplement (negative control, NC), 2500 ppm ZnO (positive control, PC), 8, 10, 12, 15 or 25% FRM, and 10% FRM plus 0.6 or 1.0% AN. Fifty piglets receiving the same pre-weaning diets were weaned at 28 days of age and transferred to one pen, where they continued on the pre-weaning diet until day 92. At 41 days, six piglets per treatment were sacrificed for blood and intestinal samplings. The average daily gain was at least sustained at any dose of FRM (increased at 8% FRM, 28 – 41 days) from 18 – 41 days similar to PC but unaffected by inclusion of AN. The percentage of piglets that completed the experiment was increased by FRM compared to NC, despite detection of diarrhea symptoms. FRM showed quadratic dose-response effects on colon and mid-jejunum crypts depth, and enterocyte and mid-jejunum villus heights with optimum development at 8% or 10% FRM, respectively, but this was abolished when AN was also added. In conclusion, FRM sustained piglet growth performance and intestinal development similar to ZnO with an optimum inclusion level of 8 – 10% of dietary DM.Keywords: Fermented feed; Ascophyllum nodossum; villi development; gut health

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