October 2022 Lab News


Our team participated in Animal Science Appreciation week and made a fairy tale on a door and had been recognized as having the strongest theme.



Dr. Stein gave some conferences online:

  • At Joint IAEA Technical meeting on the way forward for the assessment of the protein requirements and protein quality and for the development of a protein digestibility database in Vienna, Austria. from October 10 to 13, and he talked about "Oro-ileal disappearance of amino acids in human foods determined in a pig model".
  • On October 24 at Ridley Feed Ingredients, Mankato, MN., about "Added value soybean products".
  • In Thai Food Group, Bangkok, Thailand on October 24, about "Digestibility of Ca and P by pigs".


New Experiments

Natalia Faneli started am experiment about "Determination of DIAAS and PDCAAS values for seven BENEO protein concentrates". 



Peer-reviewed publications: 

Forouzandeh, Asal, Laia Blavi, Jose Francisco Pérez, Matilde D’Angelo, Francesc González-Solé, Alessandra Monteiro, Hans H. Stein, and David Solà-Oriol. 2022. How copper can impact pig growth: comparing the effect of copper sulfate and monovalent copper oxide on oxidative status, inflammation, gene abundance, and microbial modulation as potential mechanisms of action. J. of Anim. Sci. 2022, 100, 1–12. doi.org/10.1093/jas/skac224.

Extension reports: 

Lee, S. A., D. A. Rodriguez, and H. H. Stein. 2022. Water source placement does not impact energy, nutrient utilization. National Hog Farmer, On-line edition, Oct. 12, 2022.