LinhaPAC Especialidades

Tecnologias em Nutrição e Saúde para alta perfomance da Suinocultura

AP920® – Plasma spray dried nanofiltrado da APC

Levamos ao mercado produtos de qualidade para a produção de suínos, pensando sempre nos seus resultados. Para isso, em parceria com a APC, disponibilizamos o AP920®.

O AP920® (plasma spray dried nanofiltrado da APC) é um produto que melhora a lucratividade do seu negócio, trazendo vantagens para todas as fases do plantel:

  • Melhora a saúde do trato digestório, respiratório e reprodutivo dos suínos. Trabalhos científicos indicam que promove suporte ao sistema imune e contribui para a saúde de forma sistêmica. [* 2, 7, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 22]
  • Em matrizes contribui para o desmame de leitões mais pesados e melhor eficiência reprodutiva. [* 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 17, 24]
  • Auxilia os leitões a enfrentar os desafios do desmame e melhorar o desempenho por toda a fase de creche.
  • Quando fornecido na terminação, melhora o ganho de peso e a conversão. Em rebanhos desafiados reduz a morbidade e mortalidade. [* 1, 4, 11, 14, 15, 20, 21]
  • Pode ser utilizado como ferramenta para contribuir com o uso prudente de antimicrobiano e promotores de crescimento. [* 1, 8, 9, 18, 19, 23]

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Referências:
1- Bosi et al. (2004). Spray-dried plasma improves growth performance and reduces inflammatory status of weaned pigs challenged with enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli K88. J. Anim. Sci. 82:1764-1772.

2- Boyer et al. (2015). Early-life dietary spray-dried plasma influences immunological and intestinal injury response to later-life Salmonella typhimurium challenge. Brit. J. Nutr. 113(5):783-93. doi:10.10.1017/S00071145140422X.

3- Campbell et al. (2013). The biological stress of early weaned piglets. J. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 4:19-22. doi:10.1186/2049-1891-4-19.

4- Campbell et al. (2006). Use of statistical process control analysis to evaluate the effects of spray-dried plasma in gestation and lactation feed on sow productivity in a PRRS-unstable farm. Amer. Assoc. Swine Vet. p 139-142.

5- Crenshaw et al. (2007). Lactation feed disappearance and wean to estrus interval for sows fed spray-dried plasma. J. Anim. Sci. 85:3442-3453.

6- Crenshaw et al. (2008). Effect of spray-dried plasma in diets fed to lactation sows on litter weight at weaning and subsequent farrowing rate – Leman Swine Conference 2008.

7- Crenshaw et al. (2013). Functional proteins of animal origin and their effects on performance and immunology of pigs and chickens. CBNA, Campinas, Brazil. October 23-24, 2013.

8- Crenshaw et al. (2017b). Effects of specialty proteins as alternatives to bovine or porcine spray-dried plasma in non-medicated diets fed to weaned pigs housed in an unsanitary environment. Transl. Anim. Sci. 2017.1:1–10 doi:10.2527/tas2017.0040.

9- Crenshaw et al. (2017c). Effects of a nursery feed regimen with spray-dried bovine plasma on performance and mortality of weaned pigs positive for porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. J. Swine Health Prod. 25(1):10–18.

10- Lallès et al. (2009). Impact of bioactive substances on the gastrointestinal tract and performance of weaned piglets: a review. Animal. 3:1625-1643.

11- Lima G, Rangel L, Polo J, Campbell J, Crenshaw J, Faleiros F, Gattas G. 2019. Use of spray-dried plasma in feed for grow-finish pigs to reduce reliance on growth-promoting antibiotics. 50th American Association Swine Veterinary (AASV) Meeting. Orlando. US. March-9-12. Pp. 145-147.

12- Maijó et al. (2011). Dietary plasma proteins attenuate the innate immunity response in in a mouse model of acute lung injury. Brit. J Nutr. 107:1-9. doi:10.1017/S007114511003655

13- Maijó et al. (2012). Dietary plasma proteins modulate the adaptive immune response in mice with acute lung inflammation. J Nutr. 142:264-270.

14- Messier et al. (2007). Dietary spray-dried porcine plasma reduces mortality attributed to porcine circovirus associated disease syndrome. Proc. Amer. Assoc. Swine Vet. p 147-150.

15- Morés et al. (2007). Uso do plasma suíno ultrafiltrado na reuperação de circovirose. Arq. Braz. Med. Vet. Zootec. 59(5):1124-1131.

16- Moretó et al. (2009). Dietary plasma proteins, the intestinal immune system, and the barrier functions of the intestinal mucosa. J. Anim. Sci. 87(E. Suppl.):E92-E100.

17- Peace et al. (2011). Spray-dried porcine plasma influences intestinal barrier function, inflammation and diarrhea in weaned pigs. J. Nutr. 141:1312-1317.

18- Pérez-Bosque et al. (2016). Spray dried plasma as an alternative to antibiotic in piglet feeds, mode of action and biosafety. Porcine Health Management. 2:16. doi:10.1186/s40813-016-0034-1.

19- Pettigrew, J. E. (2007). Feed ingredients that improve health. Proc. Allen D. Leman Swine Conf. St. Paul, MN. p 79-81.

20- Pujols et al. (2016). Influence of spray dried porcine plasma in starter diets associated with a conventional vaccination program on wean to finish performance. Porcine Health Management 2:4. doi:10.1186/s40813-016-0021-6.

21- Rangel L.F.S., J. Polo., J.B. da Silva, G.M. Alves, F.F. de Castro, J.M. Campbell, J.D. Crenshaw. 2020. Strategic use and value of spray dried plasma in grow-finish pig feed instead of growth promoting antibiotics on health and performance under commercial conditions in Brazil. Proc. IPVS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. P 224.

22- Song et al. (2015). Spray-dried plasma attenuates inflammation and improves pregnancy rate of mated female mice. J. Anim. Sci. 93:298-305.

23- Torrallardona, D. (2010). Spray dried animal plasma as an alternative to antibiotics in weanling pigs – A review. Asian-Austr. J. Anim. Sci. 23:131-148.

24- Van Iersel et al. (2011) – Effect of spray-dried plasma in lactation feed on pig survival and litter weight at a commercial farm in Italy. Leman Swine Conference 2011.