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See detailTruies gestantes alimentées au DAC, faut-il réserver un logement séparé aux nullipares?
Wavreille, José; Remience, Virginie; Planchon, V. et al

in 42e Journées de la Recherche Porcine (2010)

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See detailExploratory approach on a relationship between ration and mastitis prevalence in dairy herds
Froidmont, Eric; Delfosse, C.; Planchon, V. et al

in Rencontres autour des Recherches sur les Ruminants (2009), 16

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See detailAnalyse des modalités d'utilisation d'un distributeur automatique de concentré (DAC) par des truies gestantes logées en groupe dynamique
Wavreille, José; Remience, Virginie; Canart, Bernard et al

in 41èmes Journées de la Recherche porcine (2009)

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See detailLe cortisol salivaire comme indicateur du bien-être chez la truie gestante lors de regroupement.
Wavreille, José; Planchon, V.; Remience, Virginie et al

in 41èmes Journées de la Recherche porcine (2009)

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See detailCombining Feed, Food and Non-Food Uses of Lupin for Sustainability
Froidmont, E.; Delcarte, J.; Wathelet, Jean-Paul ULg et al

in III International Scientific Symposium "Farm Machinery and Process Management in Sustainable Agriculture (2008)

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See detailInfluence Of The Grinding Level And Extrusion On The Nutritional Value Of Lupin Seed (Lupinus Albus) For Cattle In The Context Of The Dutch Protein Evaluation System
Froidmont, E.; Bonnet, M.; Oger, Robert ULg et al

in Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008), 142(1-2),

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See detailEffects of space allowance on the welfare of dry sows kept in dynamic groups and fed with an electronic sow feeder
Remience, Virginie; Wavreille, José; Canart, Bernard et al

in Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2008), 112(3-4), 284-296

The minimal legal space allowance for grouped pregnant sows in the EU is 2.25 m(2)/sow. The effect of higher space per animal on agonistic behaviour and social stress of animals living in dynamic groups ... [more ▼]

The minimal legal space allowance for grouped pregnant sows in the EU is 2.25 m(2)/sow. The effect of higher space per animal on agonistic behaviour and social stress of animals living in dynamic groups is not known. Two groups of 34 pregnant Belgian Landrace sows were housed in two pens of respectively 102 m(2) (3 m(2)/sow) and 76.5 m(2) (2.25 m(2)/sow). Each sow lived there for 15 weeks. Sows were fed through an electronic sow feeder. According to the dynamic system, one third of each group (i.e. 11 or 12 nearly parturient sows) was replaced every 5 weeks by the same number of recently inseminated sows. Welfare indicators were collected during six of these 5 week-periods: performance, agonistic behaviour, skin lesion score and salivary cortisol. No differences were observed for production parameters, or for fighting activity. However, the mean number of one-way aggressions, when observed during 2 h-periods at 3 and 8 days after grouping, was significantly lower in the large pen than in the small one (respectively 16 +/- 2 versus 26 +/- 3, p < 0.01, and 10 +/- 2 versus 20 +/- 5, p < 0.05). The mean number of injuries was also lower with the 3 m(2) space allowance, when collected on the introduced sows one, 2 and 3 weeks after grouping. Some contradictory differences in salivary cortisol were noted 2 and 26 h after mixing, but without reaching statistical significance. An available area 33% higher than the EU legal minimum reduced agonistic behaviour and consecutive wounds and thus induced better welfare conditions for sows living in dynamic groups and fed with an electronic sow feeder. The impact on productivity and social physiological stress need further research. [less ▲]

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See detailEffets du moment de regroupement par rapport au début du cycle alimentaire sur le bien-être de truies en groupes dynamiques et alimentées au Distributeur Automatique de Concentré (DAC)
Remience, Virginie; Wavreille, José; Cloet, D. et al

in 39èmes Journées de la Recherche Porcine (2007)

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See detailEtude écopathologique des facteurs de risque des mammites dans les élevages laitiers en Wallonie
Delfosse, C.; Froidmont, E.; Curnel, Y. et al

Poster (2006)

La mammite a de multiples origines et est souvent de type subclinique, rendant contrôle et surveillance difficiles. La majorité des études relatives aux mammites se caractérise par une approche ... [more ▼]

La mammite a de multiples origines et est souvent de type subclinique, rendant contrôle et surveillance difficiles. La majorité des études relatives aux mammites se caractérise par une approche individuelle. Le cadre expérimental restreint de celles-ci ne permet pas une interprétation précise des observations, à la suite du nombre limité de facteurs étudiés. L’approche choisie pour cette étude se veut globale et implique un grand nombre d’exploitations. Elle a pour objectifs d’identifier et de hiérarchiser, au travers d’une enquête, les caractéristiques générales de traite et les conditions environnementales des élevages laitiers influençant le statut sanitaire du pis [less ▲]

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See detailEffects of space allowance on the welfare of pregnant sows housed in dynamic groups.
Remience, Virginie; Wavreille, José; Cloet, D. et al

in Proceedings of the 40th International Congress of the Internationnal Society for Applied Ethology (2006)

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See detailUsing lupin seeds to replace soybean meal in pig feed: effect of alpha-galactosidase supplement and lupin variety on nitrogen retention and diet digestibility in pigs.
Froidmont, E.; Wathelet, Bernard ULg; Beckers, Yves ULg et al

in Mexico, where old and new world lupins meet. Proceedings of the 11thInternational Lupin Conference, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, 4-9 May2005 (2006)

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See detailImprovement of lupin seed valorisation by the pig with the addition of alpha-galactosidase in the feed and the choice of a suited variety.
Froidmont, E.; Wathelet, Bernard ULg; Beckers, Yves ULg et al

in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment [=BASE] (2005), 9(4), 225-235

Three experiments were conducted to assess whether an a-galactosidase supplement improved the utilisation of lupin seeds by growing and finishing pigs and to determine the best lupin variety in presence ... [more ▼]

Three experiments were conducted to assess whether an a-galactosidase supplement improved the utilisation of lupin seeds by growing and finishing pigs and to determine the best lupin variety in presence of a-galactosidase. In experiment 1, three iso-nitrogen (iso-N) and iso-net energy (iso-NE) diets containing 15% of soybean meal (SBM diet) or 20% of lupin seeds (Lupinus albus var. Arès), with or without an a-galactosidase supplement (‘lupin’ and ‘lupin + a-gal’ diets, respectively), were ingested by 12 pigs fitted with a caecal canula, following a completely randomized experimental design. The ileal digestibility of a-galactosides tended to increase with the lupin + a-gal diet. Nitrogen retention of pigs eating the SBM diet was similar to that of those fed with the lupin + a-gal diet and higher than that observed for pigs given the lupin diet. The results suggested that a-galactosides are the main anti-nutritional factors in lupin seeds for pigs. The same diets were investigated in a production trial (experiment 2) involving 48 pigs with a live weight of between 30 and 105 kg. The fattening period was similar for the SBM and lupin + a-gal diets (107 d) and longer for the lupin diet (123 d). With the lupin diet there was a lower average daily gain (ADG, -16%) and a higher food conversion ratio (FCR, + 8%) than with the two other diets. The backfat of pigs fed with lupin-based diets contained fewer polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) and had a lower w6/w3 ratio. In experiment 3, three iso-N and iso-NE diets containing different varieties of lupin (Lupinus albus cv Lublanc and Amiga; Lupinus angustifolius cv Boltensia) and an a-galactosidase supplement were investigated in 12 pigs fitted with a caecal canula, as in Exp. 1. The results showed that the digestible protein supply by the Boltensia diet was higher than in the others. However, the Boltensia variety led to a higher urinary N excretion than the Lublanc variety. The results obtained with Amiga were intermediate. Consequently, the utilisation of ingested and digested proteins was relatively high with the Lublanc diet, intermediate with the Amiga diet and low with the Boltensia diet. The results suggested that the Lublanc variety was better adapted for pig feed that contained an a-galactosidase supplement. [less ▲]

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