Xu Q.,Sun Yat Sen University |
Xu Q.,GuangdongAcademy of Agricultural science |
Jiang Z.,GuangdongAcademy of Agricultural science |
Lin Y.,GuangdongAcademy of Agricultural science |
And 2 more authors.
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances | Year: 2012
This study aimed to determine the effects of dietary supplementation with combined arginine and glutamine on growth performance and intestinal development in neonatal piglets. The piglets (n = 144, 4 days old) were assigned randomly to receive one of four diets for 21 days: basal diet (control diet) or the basal diet supplemented with either 0,6% Arginnie (Arg diet), 1,0% Glutamine (Gln diet) or both 0,6% arginine and 1,0% Glutamine (Arg/Gln diet), The results showed that Arg/Gln diet increased average daily gani and average daily feed intake compared with both control and GIn diets (p