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  • Thursday, March 7, 2019
    Lallemand
    Pigs are sensitive to heat. During the finishing period, their comfort temperature has been evaluated at 22°C. Above 25°C, they suffer from heat stress and their body and eating behavior adapt to evacuate the heat generated by metabolic processes in their hot environment (Renaudeau et al., 2011).
  • Evaluation of the chronological impact heat stress has on swine intestinal function and integrity
  • In 2006, when Europe started to ban antibiotic growth promoters, our swine experts were alerting pig professionals not to overlook the key role of digestive microbiota by these words: "the pig lives around its flora".
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