Estimating real time individual lysine and threonine requirements in precision-fed pigs

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2019-01-01

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Wageningen Acad Publ

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This study aimed to estimate independently real-time lysine (Lys) and threonine (Thr) requirements in growing-finishing pigs. Ninety-five pigs were randomly assigned to treatments according to 2x5 factorial arrangement with 2 amino acids (AA; Lys, and Thr) and 5 levels of incorporation (60, 80, 100, 120 and 140% of the estimated requirements) as main factors. Lysine and Thr requirements were estimated daily in real time during a 21-day trial. Data was analyzed using LOESS regression and the surface response methodology. The point of maximum response was obtained through a canonical analysis of the adjusted response surface and was found to be saddle-shaped, possibly due to the variability within AA requirements among individual pigs and thus pointed for several possible optimal Thr/Lys combinations. In conclusion, the non-unique response of the regression model indicates that there is a large between-animal variation in protein deposition (PD) response to Lys and Thr supply.

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threonine, lysine, precision feeding, precision livestock farming

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Energy And Protein Metabolism And Nutrition. Wageningen: Wageningen Acad Publ, v. 138, p. 451-452, 2019.

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