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Impact of Dietary Supplementation of Lactic Acid Bacteria Fermented Rapeseed with or without Macroalgae on Performance and Health of Piglets Following Omission of Medicinal Zinc from Weaner Diets

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Impact of Dietary Supplementation of Lactic Acid Bacteria Fermented Rapeseed with or without Macroalgae on Performance and Health of Piglets Following Omission of Medicinal Zinc from Weaner Diets. / Satessa, Gizaw Dabessa; Tamez-Hidalgo, Paulina; Hui, Yan; Cieplak, Tomasz Maciej; Krych, Lukasz; Kjærulff, Søren; Brunsgaard, Grete; S. Nielsen, Dennis; Nielsen, Mette Olaf.

In: Animals, Vol. 10, No. 1, 137, 01.2020.

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Satessa, Gizaw Dabessa ; Tamez-Hidalgo, Paulina ; Hui, Yan ; Cieplak, Tomasz Maciej ; Krych, Lukasz ; Kjærulff, Søren ; Brunsgaard, Grete ; S. Nielsen, Dennis ; Nielsen, Mette Olaf. / Impact of Dietary Supplementation of Lactic Acid Bacteria Fermented Rapeseed with or without Macroalgae on Performance and Health of Piglets Following Omission of Medicinal Zinc from Weaner Diets. In: Animals. 2020 ; Vol. 10, No. 1.

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@article{980dc9e2d34247dfaaded9f5294b2a25,
title = "Impact of Dietary Supplementation of Lactic Acid Bacteria Fermented Rapeseed with or without Macroalgae on Performance and Health of Piglets Following Omission of Medicinal Zinc from Weaner Diets",
abstract = "The feeding of medicinal zinc oxide (ZnO) to weaner piglets will be phased out after 2022 in Europe, leaving pig producers without options to manage post-weaning disorders. This study assessed whether rapeseed meal, fermented alone (FRM) or co-fermented with a single ( Ascophylum nodosum; FRMA), or two ( A. nodossum and Saccharina latissima; FRMAS) brown macroalagae species, could improve weaner piglet performance and stimulate intestinal development as well as maturation of gut microbiota in the absence of in-feed zinc. Weaned piglets (n = 1240) were fed, during 28-85 days of age, a basal diet with no additives (negative control; NC), 2500 ppm in-feed ZnO (positive control; PC), FRM, FRMA or FRMAS. Piglets fed FRM and FRMA had a similar or numerically improved, respectively, production performance compared to PC piglets. Jejunal villus development was stimulated over NC in PC, FRM and FRMAS (gender-specific). FRM enhanced colon mucosal development and reduced signs of intestinal inflammation. All fermented feeds and PC induced similar changes in the composition and diversity of colon microbiota compared to NC. In conclusion, piglet performance, intestinal development and health indicators were sustained or numerically improved when in-feed zinc was replaced by FRM. ",
keywords = "jejunal villus development, gut barrier function, colon microbiota, Ascophyllum nodossum, Saccharin latissima, PIGS, INTESTINAL MORPHOLOGY, BROWN SEAWEED, NUTRIENT DIGESTIBILITY, MEAL, IMMUNE FUNCTIONS, MICROBIOTA, Saccharina latissima, LAMINARIN, GROWTH-PERFORMANCE, SEAWEED ASCOPHYLLUM-NODOSUM",
author = "Satessa, {Gizaw Dabessa} and Paulina Tamez-Hidalgo and Yan Hui and Cieplak, {Tomasz Maciej} and Lukasz Krych and S{\o}ren Kj{\ae}rulff and Grete Brunsgaard and {S. Nielsen}, Dennis and Nielsen, {Mette Olaf}",
year = "2020",
month = jan,
doi = "10.3390/ani10010137",
language = "English",
volume = "10",
journal = "Animals",
issn = "2076-2615",
publisher = "MDPI",
number = "1",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Impact of Dietary Supplementation of Lactic Acid Bacteria Fermented Rapeseed with or without Macroalgae on Performance and Health of Piglets Following Omission of Medicinal Zinc from Weaner Diets

AU - Satessa, Gizaw Dabessa

AU - Tamez-Hidalgo, Paulina

AU - Hui, Yan

AU - Cieplak, Tomasz Maciej

AU - Krych, Lukasz

AU - Kjærulff, Søren

AU - Brunsgaard, Grete

AU - S. Nielsen, Dennis

AU - Nielsen, Mette Olaf

PY - 2020/1

Y1 - 2020/1

N2 - The feeding of medicinal zinc oxide (ZnO) to weaner piglets will be phased out after 2022 in Europe, leaving pig producers without options to manage post-weaning disorders. This study assessed whether rapeseed meal, fermented alone (FRM) or co-fermented with a single ( Ascophylum nodosum; FRMA), or two ( A. nodossum and Saccharina latissima; FRMAS) brown macroalagae species, could improve weaner piglet performance and stimulate intestinal development as well as maturation of gut microbiota in the absence of in-feed zinc. Weaned piglets (n = 1240) were fed, during 28-85 days of age, a basal diet with no additives (negative control; NC), 2500 ppm in-feed ZnO (positive control; PC), FRM, FRMA or FRMAS. Piglets fed FRM and FRMA had a similar or numerically improved, respectively, production performance compared to PC piglets. Jejunal villus development was stimulated over NC in PC, FRM and FRMAS (gender-specific). FRM enhanced colon mucosal development and reduced signs of intestinal inflammation. All fermented feeds and PC induced similar changes in the composition and diversity of colon microbiota compared to NC. In conclusion, piglet performance, intestinal development and health indicators were sustained or numerically improved when in-feed zinc was replaced by FRM.

AB - The feeding of medicinal zinc oxide (ZnO) to weaner piglets will be phased out after 2022 in Europe, leaving pig producers without options to manage post-weaning disorders. This study assessed whether rapeseed meal, fermented alone (FRM) or co-fermented with a single ( Ascophylum nodosum; FRMA), or two ( A. nodossum and Saccharina latissima; FRMAS) brown macroalagae species, could improve weaner piglet performance and stimulate intestinal development as well as maturation of gut microbiota in the absence of in-feed zinc. Weaned piglets (n = 1240) were fed, during 28-85 days of age, a basal diet with no additives (negative control; NC), 2500 ppm in-feed ZnO (positive control; PC), FRM, FRMA or FRMAS. Piglets fed FRM and FRMA had a similar or numerically improved, respectively, production performance compared to PC piglets. Jejunal villus development was stimulated over NC in PC, FRM and FRMAS (gender-specific). FRM enhanced colon mucosal development and reduced signs of intestinal inflammation. All fermented feeds and PC induced similar changes in the composition and diversity of colon microbiota compared to NC. In conclusion, piglet performance, intestinal development and health indicators were sustained or numerically improved when in-feed zinc was replaced by FRM.

KW - jejunal villus development

KW - gut barrier function

KW - colon microbiota

KW - Ascophyllum nodossum

KW - Saccharin latissima

KW - PIGS

KW - INTESTINAL MORPHOLOGY

KW - BROWN SEAWEED

KW - NUTRIENT DIGESTIBILITY

KW - MEAL

KW - IMMUNE FUNCTIONS

KW - MICROBIOTA

KW - Saccharina latissima

KW - LAMINARIN

KW - GROWTH-PERFORMANCE

KW - SEAWEED ASCOPHYLLUM-NODOSUM

U2 - 10.3390/ani10010137

DO - 10.3390/ani10010137

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 31952154

VL - 10

JO - Animals

JF - Animals

SN - 2076-2615

IS - 1

M1 - 137

ER -