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Balasubramanian, B. and co-workers. 2016. Effects of dietary b-mannanase supplementation with soybean meal in the performances in weanling pigs. J. Animal Sci. 84: E-Suppl. 5, Abstract 921.

Upadhaya, Santi D., Sang In Lee and In Ho Kim. 2016. Effects of cellulase supplementation to corn soybean meal-based diet on the performance of sows and their piglets. Animal Science Journal 87(7): 904-910.

Velayudhan, D.E. and C. M. Nyachoti. 2016. Effect of high dietary canola meal inclusion in lactating sows on nutrient digestibility and sow and piglet performance. J Animal Sci. 94: E-Suppl. 5, Abstract 477.

Hulshof, T.G., A.F.B. van der Poel, W.H. Hendriks and P. Biller. 2016. Processing of soybean meal and 00-rapeseed meal reduces protein digestibility and pig growth performance but does not affect nitrogen solubilization along the small intestine. J. Animal Sci. 94(6) 2403-2414.

Alumbaugh, JoAnn. 2016. The scoop on soybean meal: Can, or should, soybean meal levels be increased? Pork Network 36(3): 22-23

Le Thanh, B.V., X. Zhou , E. Beltranena and R. T. Zijlstra, 2016. Amino acid digestibility of five samples of canola meal fed to ileal-cannulated grower pigs. J. Animal Sci. 94 (Suppl. 2): ASAS Midwestern Section (Abstract 226, page 104).

Wang, L.F., E. Beltranena, and R. T. Zijlstra. 2016. Diet nutrient digestibility and growth performance of weaned pigs fed canola meal samples varying in nutritive quality. J. Animal Sci. 94 (Suppl. 2): ASAS Midwestern Section (Abstract 224, page 103).

Moran, K.., E. van Heugten, C. E. Zier-Rush and R. D. Boyd. 2016. High levels of soybean meal reduces medical treatment in nursery pigs affected by PRRS. J. Animal Sci. 94 (Suppl. 2): ASAS Midwestern Section (Abstract 202, page 93).

S. J. Rochell, S.J., L. S. Alexander, G. C. Rocha, W. G. Van Alstine, R. D. Boyd, J. E. Pettigrew and R. N. Dilger. 2015. Effects of dietary soybean meal concentration on growth and immune response of pigs infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. J. Animal Sci. 93(6): 2987-2997.

Gloaguen, M. and co-workers. 2014. The use of free amino acids allows formulating very low crude protein diets for piglets. J. Animal Sci. 92:637-644.

Rochell, S.J. and co-workers. 2014. Effects of dietary soybean meal concentration on growth performance and immune response of pigs during a porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus challenge. J. Animal Sci. 92: Supplement 2, Abstract 084, Page 36.

Yuan, Xiao-xue, Bin Zhang, Li-li Li, Chao-wu Xiao, Jue-xin Fan, Mei-mei Geng and Yu-long Yin. 2012. Effects of soybean isoflavones on reproductive parameters in Chinese mini-pig boars. Journal Animal Science and Biotechnology 2012, 3:31.

Li, Pengfei, Zhikai Zeng, Ding Wang, Lingfeng Xue, Rongfei Zhang and Xiangshu Piao. 2012. Effects of the standardized ileal digestible lysine to metabolizable energy ratio on performance and carcass characteristics of growing-finishing pigs. Journal Animal Science and Biotechnology 2012, 3:9. Also at http://www.jasbsci.com/content/3/1/9

Guzmán, P., B. Saldaña, L. Cámara and G. G. Mateos. 2014. Soybean meals and soy protein concentrates as main source of protein in phase 1 diet for piglets: Growth performance data. J. Animal Sci. 92: E-supplement 2, page 673, abstract 1360.

Rocha, G.C. and co-workers. 2013. Soybean meal level in diets for pigs challenged with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus. Abstract O095. 44Th Midwest Meeting of Am. Dairy Sci. Assn. and Am. Soc. Animal Sci. held in Des Moines, IA. on March 11-13.

Pangeni, D. and co-workers. 2013. Effect of replacing soybean meal with low oligosaccharide soybean meal in the diets of early weaned pigs. Poster P074. 44Th Midwest Meeting of Am. Dairy Sci. Assn. and Am. Soc. Animal Sci. held in Des Moines, IA. on March 11-13.

Berrocoso, J.D. and co-workers. 2011. Effects of soybean meal of different origins and micronization of high protein soybean meal on nutrient digestibility and productive performance of weanling pigs. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 89, E-Suppl. 1/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 94, E-Suppl. 1; abstract 755, page72.

Baker, K.M. and H. H. Stein. 2009 Amino acid digestibility and concentration of digestible and metabolizable energy in soybean meal produced from conventional, high-protein, or low-oligosaccharide varieties of soybeans and fed to growing pigs. J. Animal Sci.87:2282-2290.

Hinson, R.B. , and co-workers. 2009. Effect of feeding reduced crude protein and phosphorus diets on weaning-finishing pig growth performance, carcass characteristics, and bone characteristics. J. Animal Sci. 87(4): 1502-1517.

Pettigrew, James. 2008. Evaluating the alternatives. Pork Magazine (November issue, page 22).

Valencia, D.G. and co-workers. 2008. Soybean meal and fullfat soybean on nutrient digestibility and digestive traits in young pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 86:448/J. Dairy Sci. 91:448 (Abstract138).

Cho, J.H. and co-workers. 2008. Evaluation of FSP (fermented soy protein) to replace soybean meal in weaning pigs: Growth performance, blood urea nitrogen and total protein concentrations in serum and nutrient digestibilities. J. Animal Sci. 86:e-Suppl 3; Abstract.

Soltwedel, K.T., R.A. Easter and J.E. Pettigrew. 2006. Evaluation of the order of limitation of lysine, threonine and valine, as determined by plasma urea nitrogen, in corn-soybean meal diets of lactating sows with high body weight loss. J. Animal Sci. 84: 1734-1741.

Groesbeck, C.N. and co-workers. 2006. Effect of irradiated protein sources, fed in meal or pelleted diets, on nursery pig performance. Kansas State University Swine Day Report, pages 86-90.

Panetta, D.M. and co-workers. 2006. Nitrogen excretion and ammonia emissions from pigs fed modified diets. J. Environmental Quality 35(4): 1297-1308.

Soltwedel, K.T., R.A. Easter and J.E. Pettigrew. 2006. Evaluation of the order of limitation of lysine, threonine and valine, as determined by plasma urea nitrogen, in corn-soybean meal diets of lactating sows with high body weight loss. J. Animal Sci. 84(7): 1734-1741.

Groesbeck, C.N. and co-workers. 2005. Inadequate diet mixing time reduces nursery pig performance. Kansas State University, Swine Research-2005: p111-117.

Hastad, C.W. and co-workers. 2005. Adding dried distillers grains to swine diets affects feed preference. Kansas State University, Swine Research-2005: p149-159.

Sola, D., E. Roura and D. Torrallardona. 2005. Changes in dietary preferences in piglets due to different protein sources. J. Animal Sci. 83 (Suppl. 1): p70 (abstract M244).

Thacker, P. A. 2005. Effect of xylanase and protease on the performance of growth-finishing pigs fed corn-based diets. J. Applied Animal Research 28 (1):17-23.

Webster, M.J., and co-workers. 2005. Evaluating processing temperature and feeding value of extruded-expelled soybean meal on nursery and fishing pig growth performance. J. Animal Sci. 81(8): 2032-2040.

Kuhn, Gerda and co-workers. 2004. Different isoflavone content in soy-based diets are without influence on growth performance and carcass quality in pigs. Poster #T56, p177 of the 2004 Joint Annual Meeting abstracts.

Rademacher, Meike. 2004. Net energy system may have benefits for performance. Feedstuffs, January 26, p13, 34-35.

Fastinger, N.D. and D.C. Mahan. 2003. Effect of soybean meal particle size on amino acid and energy digestibility in grower-finisher swine. J. Animal Sci. 81(3):697-704.

Figueroa, J.L. and co-workers. 2003. Growth, carcass traits and plasma amino acid concentrations of gilts fed low-protein diets supplemented with amino acids including histidine, isoleucine and valine. J. Animal Sci. 81(6):1529-1537.

Lawrence, K.R. and co-workers. 2003. Effects of soybean particle size on growth performance of nursery pigs. J. Animal Sci.81(9):2118-2112.

Otto, E.R. and co-workers. 2003. Nitrogen balance and ileal amino acid digestibility in growing pigs fed diets reduced in protein concentration. J. Animal Sci. 81(7):1743-1753.

Shriver, J.A. and co-workers. 2003. Effects of adding fiber sources to reduced-crude protein, amino acid-supplemented diets on nitrogen excretion, growth performance and carcass traits of finishing pigs. J. Animal Sci. 81(2):492-502.

Cromwell, C.L. and co-workers. 2002. Soybean meal from Roundup Ready or conventional soybeans in diets for growing-finishing swine. J. Animal Sci. 80(3):708-715.

Easter, R.A., T. Hymowitz, K.T. Soltwedel and J.E. Pettigrew. 2002. Effect of soybean variety and processing of growth performance of young pigs. J. Animal Sci. 80:Suppl. 1, Abstract #640.

Figueroa, J.L. and co-workers. Growth, carcass traits and plasma amino acid concentrations of gilts fed low-protein diets supplemented with amino acids including histidine, isoleucine and valine. J. Animal Sci. 81(6): 1529-1537.

Gomez, R.S. and co-workers. 2002. Growth performance, diet apparent digestibliity and plasma metabolite concentration of barrows fed corn-soybean meal diets or low-protein, amino acid supplemented diets at different feeding levels. J. Animal Sci. 80(3):644-653.

Gomez R.S. and coworkers. 2002. Body compositioni and tissue accretion rates of barrows fed corn-soybean meal diets or low-protein, amino acid-supplemented diets at different feeding levels. J. Animal Sci. 80(3):654-662.

Greiner, L.L., T.S. Stahley and T.J. Stabel. 2001. The effect of dietary soy daidzein on pig growth and viral replication during a viral challenge. J. Animal Sci. 79(12):3113-3119.

Griener, L.L., T.S. Stahly and T.J. Stabel. 2001. The effect of soy genitstein on pig growth and viral replication during a viral challenge. J. Animal Sci. 79(5):1272-1279.

Haydon, Keith. 2001. Soybean meal quality: Swine industry perspective. J. Animal Sci. 79:Suppl. 1 (abstract 859).

Kim, H.K. and co-workers. 2001. Effects of soybean meal from different sources on sow and litter performance during gestation and lactation. J. Animal Sci. 79:Suppl.1 (abstract 880).

Kim, S.W., I. Mavromchalis and R.A. Easter. 2001. Supplementation of alpha-1,6-galactosidase and beta-1,4-mannanaseto improve soybean meal utilization by nursery pig. J. Animal Sci. 79:Suppl. 1 (abstract 440).

Payne, R.L., and co-workers. 2001. Effects of dietary soy isoflavone on growth, carcass traits, and meal quality in growing-finishing pigs. J. Animal Sci. 79(5):1230-1239.

Saddoris, K.L. and co-workers. 2001. The effects of pretreating soybean meal with fiber-degrading enzymes on ideal and total tract digestibility by growing pigs. J. Animal Sci. 79:Suppl. 1 (abstract 1949).

Smiricky, M.R. and co-workers. 2001. Improving ideal and total tract digestion of corn and soybean meal-based diets by growing pigs using feed enzymes, steeping and particle size reduction. J. Animal Sci. 79:Suppl. 1 (abstract 750).

Woodworth, J.C. and co-workers. 2000. Influence of dry, extruded-expelled soybean meal from different manufacturers on growth performance of nursery pigs. Kansas State University Swine Day Proceedings. P48-50.

Bowers, K.A. and co-workers. 2000. Evaluating inclusion levels of soybean hulls in finishing pig diets. Purdue University Swine Day Proc. P39-42.

Carter, S.D. and co-workers. 2000. Effects of dietary valine concentration on lactation performance of sows nursing large litters. J. Animal Sci. 78:2879-2884.

De La Llata, M., and co-workers. 2000. Effects of increasing L-lysine HCL in corn-soybean meal diets on growth performance and carcass characteristics of growing-finishing gilts. Kansas State University Swine Day Proceedings, p87-91.

Pieterse, E. and co-workers. 2000. The effects of dietary soyabean oil-cake meal on performance and gut histology of piglets. South African J. Animal Sci. 30(1): 62-66.

Woodworth, J.C. and co-workers. 2000. Influence of dry, extruded-expelled soybean meal from different manufacturers on growth performance of nursery pigs. Kansas State University Swine Day Proceedings. P48-50.

Liu, H., K.J. Touchette, G.L. Allee and M.D. Newcomb. 1997. Effect of plasma, lactose and soy protein source in phase I diets on nursery pig performance. J. Animal Sci. 75(Suppl. 1):Abstract 247.

Knabe, D.A. 1996. Optimizing the protein nutrition of growing-finishing pigs. Animal Feed Sci. and Tech. 60:331-341.

McCalla, J.M. and co-workers. 1988. Effects of oligosaccharides in soybean meal on performance of weanling pigs. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci Abstracts p54.