Browsing Swine by Author "Amornthewaphat, N."

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Browsing Swine by Author "Amornthewaphat, N."

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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, 1998)
    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 ...
  • Amornthewaphat, N.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C.; McKinney, Leland J.; Starkey, C.W.; Lee, D.J.; Jones, C.L.; Park, J.S.; Dean, D.W. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2000)
    Pigs fed pelleted and expanded diets from wet/dry feeders had 4.4% greater ADG and 7.9 % greater efficiency of gain than pigs fed a mash diet. Also, trends for greater efficiencies of gain occurred among pigs fed expanded ...
  • Amornthewaphat, N.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C.; McKinney, Leland J.; Starkey, C.W.; Lee, D.J.; Jones, C.L.; Park, J.S.; Dean, D.W. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2000)
    Pigs fed from wet/dry shelf-feeders had 6.8% greater ADG compared to those fed from dry shelf-feeders and used 18.3% less water than those fed from conventional feeders.
  • Amornthewaphat, N.; Hancock, Joe D.; Behnke, Keith C.; McKinney, Leland J.; Starkey, C.W.; Lee, D.J.; Jones, C.L.; Park, J.S.; Dean, D.W. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2000)
    Pigs fed from wet/dry feeders had 2.5% greater ADG and used 26% less water compared to pigs fed from conventional dry feeders. Also, as percentage fines was increased from none to 50%, ADG and digestibilities of DM and ...
  • Amornthewaphat, N.; Behnke, Keith C.; Hancock, Joe D. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 1998)
    Diet uniformity, as represented by the coefficient of variation (CV), improved as mixing time was increased from 15 to 120 seconds and(or) com particle size was decreased from 1,200 to 400 ~m. Segregation occurred during ...