Pigs fed LeanFuel® from 150 pounds to market optimize performance and health.
LeanFuel® increases feed intake, improves pounds of pork out the door, and improves meat quality.
*NOTE: Always review SDS prior to handling.
F.B. Sandberg, S.J. England, M.R. Bible, K.T. Soltwedel, T.M. Fakler and J.Y. Jacela (2018)
Effects of lysine (and ideal protein) levels on performance of pigs with and without the addition of a blend of phytonutrients (LeanFuel®) in the late finishing phase. Midwest American Society of Animal Science, Omaha, NE.
M.R. Bible, J.Y. Jacela, S.J. England, T.M. Fakler, K.T. Soltwedel and F.B. Sandberg (2018)
Effects of a blend of phytonutrients (LeanFuel®) on performance and market weight in finisher pigs during the late finishing phase when compared to a 1500 kcal and 1600 kcal diet. Midwest American Society of Animal Science, Omaha, NE.
F.B. Sandberg, S.J. England and M.R. Bible (2016)
Responses to feeding higher levels of dried distiller grains with solubles (DDGS) for gilts and barrows, when supplemented with plant extracts (LeanFuel®). Midwest American Society of Animal Science, Des Moines, IA.
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Research showed that LeanFuel® lead to higher body weight compared to Control; higher ADG than Control; and higher ADFI in gilts compared to Control.
Gilts usually need more energy and protein. LeanFuel® could be used to allow feeding of greater levels of DDGS in gilt rations to reduce feed costs, without loss of performance.
Journal of Animal Science, Volume 94, Issue suppl_2, April 2016, Page 97
Research showed that LeanFuel® increased ADFI, ADG and market weight in late finishing pigs; adding LeanFuel® to a low energy diet produced the same ADG as a high energy diet without LeanFuel®.
LeanFuel® produced heavier pigs at market and a leaner carcass than pigs fed the diet with added fat.
Journal of Animal Science, Volume 96, Issue suppl_2, April 2018, Pages 127–128
Research showed that LeanFuel® supported ADG in barrows (+2.5%), and supported ADG (+2.6%) and F:G (-4%) in gilts during the pre-marketing period in high health DNA 600 pigs when fed on top of a basal diet containing Narasin (Skycis®, Elanco)
Barrows had increased feed intake. Gilts had improved F:G.
Journal of Animal Science, Volume 97, Issue Supplement_2, July 2019, Pages 176–177