|Practice tip||Peer reviewed|
Cite as: Jacela JY, DeRouchey JM, Tokach MD, et al. Feed additives for swine: Fact sheets – carcass modifiers, carbohydrate-degrading enzymes and proteases, and anthelmintics. J Swine Health Prod. 2009;17(6):325–332.
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Keywords: swine, carcass
modifiers, carbohydrate-degrading, enzymes, proteases,
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This is the second in a series of peer-reviewed practice tip articles, each including two or three fact sheets on feed additives for swine.
Anthelmintics (dewormers) (v17n6)
Carcass modifiers (v17n6)
High dietary levels of copper and zinc for growing pigs
Mold inhibitors, mycotoxin binders, and antioxidants
Phytogenic feed additives (phytobiotics-botanicals)
Probiotics and prebiotics
The previous practice tip, published in the September-October issue of the Journal of Swine Health and Production, included fact sheets on acidifiers and antibiotics (J Swine Health Prod. 2009;17:270-275.)
Future fact-sheet topics will include flavors; high dietary levels of copper and zinc for growing pigs; mold inhibitors, mycotoxin binders, and antioxidants; phytase; phytogenic feed additives (phytobiotics-botanicals); and probiotics and prebiotics.