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|Potential to mitigate ammonia emission from slurry by increasing dietary fermentable fiber through inclusion of tropical byproducts in practical diets for growing pigs|
|Quan Hai Nguyen, Phung Dinh Le, Channy Chim, Ngoan Duc Le, Veerle Fievez|
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2019;32(4):574-584. Published online September 13, 2018
Effect of dietary fermentable fibre from pressed sugar-beet pulp silage on ammonia emission from slurry of growing-finishing pigs
Influence of different fibre sources in diets for growing pigs on chemical composition of faeces and slurry and ammonia emission from slurry
Dietary protein affects nitrogen excretion and ammonia emission from slurry of growing–finishing pigs
The contribution of digestible and metabolizable energy from high-fiber dietary ingredients is not affected by inclusion rate in mixed diets fed to growing pigs
The impact of reducing dietary crude protein and increasing total dietary fiber on hindgut fermentation, the methanogen community and gas emission in growing pigs
297 Effects of Inclusion Rate of High Fiber Dietary Ingredients on Apparent Ileal, Hindgut, and Total Tract Digestibility of Dry Matter and Nutrients in Mixed Diets Fed to Growing Pigs.
296 Effects of Inclusion Rate of High Fiber Dietary Ingredients on Concentration of Digestible and Metabolizable Energy in Mixed Diets Fed to Growing Pigs.
Reduction of urinary nitrogen excretion and ammonia emission from slurry by feeding a low protein diet supplemented with apple pomace to growing pigs
Influence of electrolyte balance and acidifying calcium salts in the diet of growing-finishing pigs on urinary pH, slurry pH and ammonia volatilisation from slurry
Porto-arterial plasma concentration differences of urea and ammonia-nitrogen in growing pigs given high-and low-fibre diets