The Proceedings of the Arkansas Nutrition Conference is a collection of papers presented at the annual Arkansas Nutrition Conference, which was first held over 60 years ago as the Arkansas Formula Feed Conference.
Understanding functional benefits of Isoleucine and Arginine on poultry performance and health.
Roshan Adhikari, Jason T. Lee, and Keith Haydon
Feed Formulation: Expanding our Horizons Beyond the Simple Provision of Least-cost Diets
Rick Kleyn and Mariana Ciacciariello
Organic Trace Minerals in Environmentally Sustainable Systems
Sergio L. Vieira, Julmar C. Feijó, and André Favero
Recent Findings on Phosphorus Digestibility of Feed Ingredients in Broilers
Jay Hampton, Wenting Li, Franco Mussini, Katie Hilton, Janet Remus, and Samuel J. Rochell
Reduction of Protein Levels in Broiler Feed for Commercial Application – A German Case
Andreas Lemme, Kilian Fenske, Heiner Westendarp, Mathias Guhe, and Elmar Rother
Broiler Breeder Males: Feed and Nutrition Discussion
Amino Acids Were Not All Created Equal
Peter H. Selle, Shemil P. Macelline, Peter V. Chrystal, and Sonia Y. Liu
Recent Advancements on Calcium and Phosphorus Recommendations in Broilers
Justina Caldas and Marcelo Silva
Decoding the Gut Microbiome; Providing Solutions for Poultry Production
Nichoals Evans, Peter Karnezos, Curtis Novak, Diana Ayala, Emily Kimminau, and Kay Russo
Application of Nutritional Immunology in the Mitigation of Economic and Production losses in the Poultry Industry Associated with Food-borne Pathogens, Coccidiosis, and Necrotic Enteritis.
Shahna Fathima and Ramesh K. Selvaraj
Limestone Solubility: What Can You Do About It?
Wenting Li, Katie Hilton, Franco Mussini, and Janet Remus
Assessing Dietary Branched-Chain Amino Acids to Achieve Linear Programming Goals through Model Extrapolation and Empirical Research
Craig W. Maynard, Ed E. Gbur, Vinh-Loi Ly, Minh-Duc Le, Thi H. Ngan Le Jr, Justina Caldas, and Michael T. Kidd
Amino Acid Responses in Conventional and Slow Growing Broilers
Alex Corzo and Marcelo Silva
Heat damage, Maillard reactions, and measurement of reactive lysine in feed ingredients and diets
Maryane S. F. Oliveira, Charmaine D. Espinosa, and Hans H. Stein
Dietary Fiber from Crude to Refined: Unraveling Its Value on Animal Performance
Gilson Gomes, Tara York, and Xavière Rousseau