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Impact of a feeding strategy using compensatory gain in finishing coupled with the use of by-products and of ractopamine, on the feeding cost and on the meat and fat quality

September 2011 to January 2014

Marie-Pierre Fortier, M.Sc., Ph.D. student
Responsible - Meat Quality and Technical Services

Phone: 418 650-2440 ext. 4337
Cell.: 418 802-7930
Email: mpfortier@cdpq.ca

Evaluate the effect of "limit feeding" amino acids, calcium and phosphorus during the swine growth stage using by-product (distillers corn, canola meal, wheat shorts) and ractopamine to lower feed costs. Assess the impact of these strategies on the quality and fat composition of the meat produced.

Centre de développement du porc du Québec inc.
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