Housing conditions and carbohydrate source affect within-day variation of energy metabolism in growing pigs

M.M.J.A. Rijnen, J.J.G.C. van den Borne, J.W. Schrama, W.J.J. Gerrits

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Abstract

In the present study, effects of housing conditions (i.e. individual vs. group housing) and carbohydrate source (i.e. sugar beet pulp vs. maize starch) on energy metabolism and circadian rhythms in energy expenditure and physical activity were studied in growing pigs in a 2 x2 factorial design. No interactions between housing conditions and diet composition were present. Digestibility and metabolisability of dietary energy was higher for individually housed pigs than for group-housed pigs. Circadian rhythms in energy expenditure and energy expenditure for physical activity were clearly affected by housing conditions and diet composition. Total energy expenditure, as well as activity related energy expenditure, was increased during the dark phase of the day in individually housed pigs when compared with group-housed pigs. Pigs fed the sugar beet pulp based diet had a reduced energy expenditure on physical activity, which mainly occurred during the night.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProgress in research on energy and protein metabolism
EditorsW.B. Souffrant, C.C. Metges
Place of PublicationWageningen
Pages367-370
Number of pages840
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Publication series

NameEAAP Scientific Series
PublisherWageningen Academic Publishers
Number109

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energy expenditure
energy metabolism
carbohydrates
swine
physical activity
sugar beet pulp
circadian rhythm
diet
group housing
corn starch
digestibility
energy

Keywords

  • pigs
  • pig housing
  • energy metabolism
  • circadian rhythm
  • carbohydrates

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Rijnen, M. M. J. A., van den Borne, J. J. G. C., Schrama, J. W., & Gerrits, W. J. J. (2003). Housing conditions and carbohydrate source affect within-day variation of energy metabolism in growing pigs. In W. B. Souffrant, & C. C. Metges (Eds.), Progress in research on energy and protein metabolism (pp. 367-370). (EAAP Scientific Series; No. 109). Wageningen.
Rijnen, M.M.J.A. ; van den Borne, J.J.G.C. ; Schrama, J.W. ; Gerrits, W.J.J. / Housing conditions and carbohydrate source affect within-day variation of energy metabolism in growing pigs. Progress in research on energy and protein metabolism. editor / W.B. Souffrant ; C.C. Metges. Wageningen, 2003. pp. 367-370 (EAAP Scientific Series; 109).
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Rijnen, MMJA, van den Borne, JJGC, Schrama, JW & Gerrits, WJJ 2003, Housing conditions and carbohydrate source affect within-day variation of energy metabolism in growing pigs. in WB Souffrant & CC Metges (eds), Progress in research on energy and protein metabolism. EAAP Scientific Series, no. 109, Wageningen, pp. 367-370.

Housing conditions and carbohydrate source affect within-day variation of energy metabolism in growing pigs. / Rijnen, M.M.J.A.; van den Borne, J.J.G.C.; Schrama, J.W.; Gerrits, W.J.J.

Progress in research on energy and protein metabolism. ed. / W.B. Souffrant; C.C. Metges. Wageningen, 2003. p. 367-370 (EAAP Scientific Series; No. 109).

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Rijnen MMJA, van den Borne JJGC, Schrama JW, Gerrits WJJ. Housing conditions and carbohydrate source affect within-day variation of energy metabolism in growing pigs. In Souffrant WB, Metges CC, editors, Progress in research on energy and protein metabolism. Wageningen. 2003. p. 367-370. (EAAP Scientific Series; 109).