The effects of extrusion and enzyme addition in wheat based diets on fermentation in the large intestine and expression of swine dysentery
Durmic, Z., Pethick, D.W., Mullan, B.P., Schulze, H. and Hampson, D.J. (1997) The effects of extrusion and enzyme addition in wheat based diets on fermentation in the large intestine and expression of swine dysentery. In: Manipulating Pig Production VI. Proceedings of the sixth biennial conference of the Australasian Pig Science Association (APSA), 7 - 10 December, Canberra, Australia p. 180.
Diets containing soluble non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) and resistant starch (RS) have been shown to increase both hindgut fermentation and the incidence of swine dysentery (SD) (Pluske et al., 1996). The aim: of this study was to investigate the effects of extrusion (to reduceRS) and exogenous enzyme addition (to reduce soluble NSP) to a wheat based diet, on the extent of fermentation in the large intestine and on expression of SD.
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