November 2018 Lab News


Carly Rundle defended her Master's thesis, "Isoquinoline alkaloids in diets for young growing pigs improve nutrient digestibility and gut health." Carly will remain with our lab to work on her Ph. D.


On November 6, Vanessa Lagos, Molly McGhee, Charmaine Espinosa, Diego Rodriguez, and Su A Lee were recognized at the ACES Graduate Awards Luncheon. 



Dr. Hans H. Stein travelled to Hannover, Germany to participate in Eurotier and at the “Feed your brain” seminar. He gave a talk about “Weaning pigs on reduced nutrient diets”.

Also, he travelled to Madrid, Spain and gave a talk at the annual FEDNA meeting about “Standardized P and Ca requirements in growing pigs”.



Laura Paylinga, Tofuko A. Woyengo, Mogens Nielsen, Hans H. Stein, Maria C. Walsh, Luis Romero, and Susan Arent, 2018. Microscopy and protein solubilization of digesta from pigs fed wheat, corn, or soybean meal-based diets, with or without protease and a Bacillus spp. direct-fed microbial. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 2018. 247:183-193. (Full text)

Yanhong Liu, Rajesh Jha, and Hans H. Stein. 2018. Nutritional composition, gross energy concentration, and in vitro digestibility of dry matter in 46 sources of bakery meals. J. Anim. Sci. 2018.96:4685–4692. (Full text)