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Digestibility of Non-extruded and Extruded LinPRO

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METABOLISM AND NUTRITION

Digestibility (Apparent Metabolizable Energy and Amino Acid Utilization in Broiler Chickens) of non-extruded and Extruded LinPRO

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METABOLISM AND NUTRITION

The interaction of dietary flaxseed and length of feeding on the fatty acid profile of subcutaneous fat in grower-finisher pigs.

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METABOLISM AND NUTRITION

Effects of coextrustion of flaxseed and field peas on the digestibility of energy, ether extract, fatty acids, protein, and amino acids in grower-finisher pigs

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METABOLISM AND NUTRITION

Preliminary Report: An evaluation of LinPRO Under Commercial Conditions

Penn State Researchers examine the effect of linPRO-R™ on the immune status of transition dairy cows

Penn State Researchers examine the effect of linPRO-R™ on the immune status of transition dairy cows

The transition period for a dairy cow is a time of great risk for the animal. It is a period in which the animal undergoes extreme metabolic and physiological changes that may compromise a cow’s immune system putting it at risk for disease. Several studies have already reported compromised immune systems in cattle just before calving and extending into early lactation1, 2. Developing strategies to strengthen a cow’s immune status during this critical period is of utmost importance for the sustainability of any dairy operation.

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