Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies

ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to determine the nutritional value of glycerin for pigs using different inclusion levels of this test ingredient and the methodologies of total collection and chromium oxide marker. Eight barrows were distributed individually into metabolic cages, in a random...

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Main Authors: Guiomar Helena Verussa, Anderson Corassa, Douglas dos Santos Pina, Ana Paula Silva Ton, Cláudia Marie Komiyama, Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira
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Language:English
Published: Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia
Series:Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia
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spelling doaj-826a4e7c52a94f4b9a35f1c768ae5cb72020-11-24T21:57:31ZengSociedade Brasileira de ZootecniaRevista Brasileira de Zootecnia1806-929046758459010.1590/s1806-92902017000700005S1516-35982017000700584Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologiesGuiomar Helena VerussaAnderson CorassaDouglas dos Santos PinaAna Paula Silva TonCláudia Marie KomiyamaAlexandre de Oliveira TeixeiraABSTRACT The objective of this study was to determine the nutritional value of glycerin for pigs using different inclusion levels of this test ingredient and the methodologies of total collection and chromium oxide marker. Eight barrows were distributed individually into metabolic cages, in a randomized-block experimental design, and fed diets containing 0, 50, 100, and 150 g kg−1 plant-derived crude glycerin. The feed digestibility methodologies of total feces and urine collection and chromium oxide marker were analyzed. Inclusion of up to 150 g kg−1 crude glycerin improved the digestibility coefficients of organic matter and energy of the diets. The collection method based on the use of chromium oxide marker underestimates the digestibility coefficient of ash and the energy values of glycerin in relation to the total collection method, but yields similar results to those obtained with the total collection method for the dry matter, organic matter, crude protein, ether extract, and neutral detergent fiber assessed.http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1516-35982017000700584&lng=en&tlng=enbiodieseldigestibilityglycerolmarkermetabolizabilitytotal feces collection
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author Guiomar Helena Verussa
Anderson Corassa
Douglas dos Santos Pina
Ana Paula Silva Ton
Cláudia Marie Komiyama
Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira
spellingShingle Guiomar Helena Verussa
Anderson Corassa
Douglas dos Santos Pina
Ana Paula Silva Ton
Cláudia Marie Komiyama
Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira
Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia
biodiesel
digestibility
glycerol
marker
metabolizability
total feces collection
author_facet Guiomar Helena Verussa
Anderson Corassa
Douglas dos Santos Pina
Ana Paula Silva Ton
Cláudia Marie Komiyama
Alexandre de Oliveira Teixeira
author_sort Guiomar Helena Verussa
title Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies
title_short Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies
title_full Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies
title_fullStr Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies
title_full_unstemmed Nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies
title_sort nutritional value of glycerin for pigs determined by different methodologies
publisher Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia
series Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia
issn 1806-9290
description ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to determine the nutritional value of glycerin for pigs using different inclusion levels of this test ingredient and the methodologies of total collection and chromium oxide marker. Eight barrows were distributed individually into metabolic cages, in a randomized-block experimental design, and fed diets containing 0, 50, 100, and 150 g kg−1 plant-derived crude glycerin. The feed digestibility methodologies of total feces and urine collection and chromium oxide marker were analyzed. Inclusion of up to 150 g kg−1 crude glycerin improved the digestibility coefficients of organic matter and energy of the diets. The collection method based on the use of chromium oxide marker underestimates the digestibility coefficient of ash and the energy values of glycerin in relation to the total collection method, but yields similar results to those obtained with the total collection method for the dry matter, organic matter, crude protein, ether extract, and neutral detergent fiber assessed.
topic biodiesel
digestibility
glycerol
marker
metabolizability
total feces collection
url http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1516-35982017000700584&lng=en&tlng=en
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