Effect of common antinutritive factors and fibrous feedstuffs in pig diets on amino acid digestibilities with special emphasis on threonine1,2

S. B. Myrie, R. F. Bertolo, W. C. Sauer, R. O. Ball
2008 Journal of Animal Science  
acid digestibilities with special emphasis on threonine Effect of common antinutritive factors and fibrous feedstuffs in pig diets on amino the World Wide Web at: The online version of this article, along with updated information and services, is located on www.asas.org at Serials/Acq. Dept., Library on May 1, 2009. jas.fass.org Downloaded from Effect of common antinutritive factors and fibrous feedstuffs in pig diets on amino acid digestibilities with special emphasis on threonine 1,2
more » ... eonine 1,2 ABSTRACT: Most feedstuffs contain antinutritive factors (ANF) such as insoluble fibers, lignins, tannins, and lectins. Intake of these ANF has the ability to reduce nutrient digestibility and to increase endogenous protein losses, such as through increased intestinal mucus secretion. The objective of this experiment was to determine the apparent ileal digestibilities (AID) of AA of 6 ANF-enriched diets to estimate endogenous protein loss associated with these ingredients in diets for young pigs. Forty-two 10-kg BW pigs fitted with a simple Tcannula at the distal ileum were randomly assigned to 1 of 7 casein-based diets with: no supplement (control), 100 g/kg of canola meal (CM), 100 g/kg of wheat bran (WB), 150 g/kg of barley (BR), 22.5 g/kg of lignin (LG), 15 g/kg of kidney beans [as a lectin (LE) source], and 15 g/kg of tannins (TN). All diets were formulated to be similar in N, indispensable AA, and caloric contents.
doi:10.2527/jas.2006-793 pmid:17998420 fatcat:d7lqldlo7jeynbl3vte2yebzze