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Record number 359453
Title Effect of several plant products on prevention of E. coli adhesion in the gastrointestinal tract of weaned pigs
Author(s) Jongbloed, A.W.; Maiorano, R.; Wagenaars, C.
Source Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (Rapport / Animal Sciences Group 62) - 29
Department(s) Wageningen Livestock Research
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) biggen - escherichia coli - maagdarmziekten - varkenshouderij - voedergewassen - voedertoevoegingen - plantaardige producten - dierziektepreventie - piglets - escherichia coli - gastrointestinal diseases - pig farming - fodder crops - feed additives - plant products - animal disease prevention
Categories Animal Disease Prevention / Feed Composition and Quality / Organic Farming
Abstract A challenge experiment was carried out which comprised six treatment groups each consisting of 12 individually housed piglets. Each group received one of the following pelleted diets: 1) Basal Diet (BD; Negative control); 2) BD + Yeast product (Positive control, 2.5 g/kg diet); 3) BD + Product SW 7 (25 g/kg diet); 4) BD + Product SW11 (25 g/kg diet) 5) BD + Sesame seed expeller (25 g/kg diet); 6) BD + Thyme/Carvacrol (Origanum spp.; 1.0 g/kg diet). The choice of the products used in the first five treatment groups was based on the results of an in vitro study by Becker et al. (2006), and comprised a range of the in vitro adhesion capacity to E. coli K88+ from high to low. The Thyme/Carvacrol treatment was carried out on request of the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality. This challenge experiment showed that there was a substantial difference in effect of several plant products in the diet on response of E. coli infected pigs
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