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Swine Feed Efficiency Fact Sheets
The following topics are provided:

  • Not Always Linked to Net Income, IPIC 25a
  • Genetic Impact, IPIC 25b
  • Particle Size Testing Methodology, IPIC 25c
  • Influence of Particle Size, IPIC 25d
  • Influence of Pelleting, IPIC 25e
  • Influence of Temperature, IPIC 25f
  • Decision Tree, IPIC 25g
  • Influence of Market Weight, IPIC25h
  • Effect of Dietary Energy on Feed Efficiency, IPIC 25i
  • Influence of Ractopamine, IPIC 25j
  • Impact of Feeder Design and Management, IPIC 25k
  • Influence of Amino Acids, IPIC 25l
  • Influence of Sow Feed on Whole Farm Efficiency, IPIC 25m

National Swine Feed Efficiency Program - Resources from this research and extension project led by Iowa State University and Kansas State University to address improvement of feed efficiency in swine.

ISU Research

ISU Animal Industry Reports
Reports are available within the Digital Repository at ISU. Users may browse or search for specific topics.

Additional resources

Nutrient Requirements of Swine: Eleventh Revised Edition (2012)

Purchase this publication on the Nutrient Requirements of Swine National Academies Press website.

National Swine Nutrition Guide from U.S. Pork Center of Excellence

The guide can be purchased at the above link. Chapters of this guide are available as free downloadable fact sheets on the Pig Information Gateway website.
The following selected Swine Nutrition Guide fact sheets also are available on the Pork Information Gateway website. Search for more resources in the swine nutrition segment of the Pig Information Gateway.

Selected National Swine Nutrition Guide Fact Sheets

Feed Additives

Feed Ingredients

Feed Manufacturing and Feeding Systems


Nutrient Recommendations General

Pork Production Stages and Nutrition

Swine Diets

Other nutrition related factsheets


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