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Table 1 Composition of the basal diet fed to finishing pigs (as-fed basis)

From: Dietary supplementation with a high dose of daidzein enhances the antioxidant capacity in swine muscle but experts pro-oxidant function in liver and fat tissues

Item Content
Ingredient  
 Corn 68.7
 Soybean 22.1
 Wheat middlings 6.0
 Monocalcium phosphate 0.7
 Limestone, ground 1.0
 Salt 0.4
 L-Lys.HCl 0.1
 Trace-mineral premixa 0.5
 Vitamin premixb 0.5
Calculated chemical composition  
 DE, MJ/kg 13.40
 CP, % 16.00
 Ca, % 0.62
 P, total, % 0.49
 P, available, % 0.25
 Lys, % 0.85
 Methinone, % 0.24
 Met + Cys, % 0.50
 Thr, % 0.60
 Trp, % 0.18
  1. asupplied per kilogram of diet: 12 mg of Cu (sulfate), 150 mg of Zn (zinc oxide); 120 mg of Fe (iron sulfate monohydrate), 0.7 mg of I (calcium iodate); 45 mg of Mn (manganous oxide), and 0.3 mg of Se (sodium selenite)
  2. bsupplied per kilogram of diet: 4,950 IU of vitamin A (acetate), 660 IU of vitamin D3, 4.8 mg of vitamin K (menadione sodium bisulfate complex), 2.36 mg of Vitamin E, 16.5 mg of D-pantothenic acid, 6.0 mg of riboflavin, 33.0 mg of niacin, 24.5 μg of vitamin B12, and 3.3 mg of vitamin B6