Triticale Grain in Swine Diets

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Triticale Grain in Swine Diets
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Fact sheet
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Myer, Robert O.
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University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, EDIS
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Gainesville, Fla.
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"Original publication date March 2000. Reviewed March 2008 and March 2011."
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"AS37"

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R.O. Myer and R.D. Barnett2 per se only

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Triticale Grain in Swine Diets 3 Comparative nutrient composition of triticale, corn, and wheat (as-fed basis). Crude protein, %12.58.311.5 Lysine, % .39.26.30 Crude fiber, %2.82.52.4 Crude fat, % 1.83.91.9 Calcium, % .05.03.04 Phosphorus, %.33.28.39 ME, kcal/lbc 1450d 1550 1500 aTriticale grown in the Southeast. bSoft red winter wheat. cME = metabolizable energy. dEstimated. Example of swine diets using triticale. Ground triticale 1485 1655 1800 Soybean meal (44%)a 450 300 160 Base mix:b Dicalcium phosphatec 25 15 12.5 Limestone, ground 20 20 17.5 Salt 10 5 5 Vitamin-trace mineral premixd 10 t 5 5 Total 2000 2000 2000 : Crude protein, % 18.8 16.5 14.4 Lysine,% .96 .77 .60 Calcium, % .75 .62 .55 Phosphorus, % .64 .53 .48 Metabolizable energy, kcal/lb 1420 1435 1450 aCan replace 10 lb of 44% soybean meal with 9 lb of 48% soybean meal and 1 lb triticale. bA complete mineral-vitamin premix, or a complete mineral premix and separate vitamin premix can be substituted for the suggeted base mix. Follow manufacturer's guidelines. cDefluorinated phosphate or mono-dicalcium phosphate. If available, can be substituted for dicalcium phosphate. If substitution is made, however, diets must be reformulated because these products do not contain the same concentrations of calcium and phosphorus as dicalcium phosphate. dAmounts shown are typical for many commercial products. Follow manufacturer's guidelines.