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  • Traylor, S.L.; Hines, Robert H.; Amornthewaphat, N.; Johnson, S.L.; Sorrell, P.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-02-25)
    Expander processing improved nutrient digestibility in diets with soybean meal and raw soybeans. Furthermore, with 600 psi cone pressure (20 k Wh/tonon ofspecific energy input), the diets with raw soybeans had equal or ...
  • Traylor, S.L.; Hines, Robert H.; Johnston, S.L.; Sorrell, P.; Behnke, Keith C.; Hancock, Joe D.; DeRouchey, Joel M. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-02-25)
    A complex diet formulation resulted in greater digestibility of nutrients and a trend for greater ADG for d 0 to 14 of the experiment. However, for d 14 to 28 and overall (d o to 28), diet complexity did not affect growth ...
  • Cao, H.; Hines, Robert H.; Jiang, J.M.; Park, J.S.; Froetschner, J.R.; Maloney, C.A.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-02-25)
    As expected, ADG, ADFI, F/G, and digestibility of DM and N were improved in nursery pigs when cone pressure was increased during dry and moist expanding of whole soybeans. These response were quadratic for the most part, ...
  • Johnston, S.L.; Hines, Robert H.; Kennedy, G.A.; Maloney, C.A.; Traylor, S.L.; Sorrell, S.P.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-02-25)
    Pellet durability index was similar for sorghum- vs com-based diets but was greater for expander-conditioned pellets than standard-conditioned pellets. For finishing pigs, ADG, F/G, and carcass measurenlents were similar ...
  • Johnston, S.L.; Traylor, S.L.; Hines, Robert H.; Sorrell, S.P.; Kim, I.H.; Kennedy, G.A.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-03-10)
    Diets that had been processed using standard, long-term, and expander (high shear) conditioning tended to support greater ADG than an unconditioned meal control diet. Pelleting was necessary to maximize efficiency of growth, ...
  • Park, J.S.; Hines, Robert H.; Kennedy, G.A.; DeRouchey, Joel M.; Lee, D.J.; Maloney, C.A.; Cao, H,; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-02-25)
    Overall ADG and ADFI were not affected, but feed efficiency was improved with pelleting and further improvements resulted from expander processing. In a second experiment, enzyme supplementation to mash, but not pelleted, ...
  • Traylor, S.L.; Hines, Robert H.; Lee, D.J.; Johnston, S.L.; Sorrell, P.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-02-25)
    Expander processing of corn-, sorghum-, wheat-, and wheat midds-based diets improved nutrient digestibility in growing pigs and, thus, the apparent digestible energy concentration in the diets. This new feed manufacturing ...

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