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Unpublished Paper
Impact of Mitochondrially Targeted Novel Antioxidant on Pig Feed Efficiency
Animal Industry Report
  • Mathew R. O'Neil, Iowa State University
  • George A. Kraus, Iowa State University
  • Nicholas K. Gabler, Iowa State University
  • Steven M. Lonergan, Iowa State University
  • Donald C. Beitz, Iowa State University
Extension Number
ASL R2934
Publication Date
2014
Topic
Swine
Summary and Implications

Thirty crossbred barrows were used to evaluate the effects of conventional and mitochondrially targeted antioxidants on body weight, average daily gain, feed efficiency, and lean tissue accretion. The study did not yield statistically significant results for any variable measured. However, for each variable measured, the ranking of responses for treatments matched what was predicted by the hypothesis. Our results suggest that use of mitochondrially targeted antioxidants show promise in improving feed efficiency

Copyright Holder
Iowa State University
Language
en
Citation Information
Mathew R. O'Neil, George A. Kraus, Nicholas K. Gabler, Steven M. Lonergan, et al.. "Impact of Mitochondrially Targeted Novel Antioxidant on Pig Feed Efficiency" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/steven_lonergan/3/