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Effects of Dietary Bio Ethanol By-product and Complex Enzyme on Meat Quality of Pork Loin
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Effects of Dietary Bio Ethanol By-product and Complex Enzyme on Meat Quality of Pork Loin
Yoo, Jong-Sang; Jang, Hae-Dong; Kim, In-Ho;
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of dietary complex enzyme (-mannanase 800 IU/kg and xylanase 700 IU/kg) in a diet containing corn distiller`s dried grain with soluble (DDGS) on meat quality and pork fatty acid composition. Ninety-six pigs ([(LandraceYorkshire)Duroc], with an average body weight of 68.77 kg were used in the 8 wk growth assay. Dietary treatments included 1) corn-soybean meal diet, 2) corn-soybean meal diet + 0.05% enzyme complex, 3) cornsoybean meal diet with DDGS and 4) corn-soybean meal diet with DDGS + 0.05% enzyme complex. The pigs were allotted randomly into pens (n
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