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Effects of fermented milk substituted for creep feed on growth performance, diarrhea score and blood profiles in lactating piglets
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Effects of fermented milk substituted for creep feed on growth performance, diarrhea score and blood profiles in lactating piglets
Kim, Seung Cheol; Kim, Hyun-Soo; Heo, Jung-Min; Kim, In-Ho;
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 Abstract
In the present study, offsprings of 14 sows were used to evaluate the effect of fermented milk substituted for creep feed to analyze its effect on growth performance, diarrhea score and blood profiles. The piglets of sows were randomly allocated into 1 of 2 treatments (1 treatment separated piglets of 7 sows). The dietary treatments includes: CF (creep feed) and FM (fermented milk). The CP and FM diets were given from 3 d after piglets were born to the day of weaning (21 d after piglets were born). No significant difference (P>0.05) were observed in number of born piglets, weaning pigs, survival rate, body weight of piglets at d 0, 7, 14, and 21, ADG and ADFI. At d 21, piglets fed with CP had a higher (P<0.05) IgG compared with piglets fed with FM. No significant difference (P>0.05) was observed in WBC among the treatments at d 21. At d 6, piglets fed with CP had a lower (P<0.05) number of diarrhea piglets compared to piglets fed with FM. In conclusion, FM substituted for CP had no adverse effect on growth performance in lactating piglets.
 Keywords
Creep feed;Growth performance;Lactating piglets;Fermented milk;
 Language
Korean
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