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Table 1 Ingredients and nutrient compositions of basal diets (as fed basis), g/kg

From: Microbial and metabolomic mechanisms mediating the effects of dietary inulin and cellulose supplementation on porcine oocyte and uterine development

Ingredients, g/kg Phases of experiment
1–60 d 61 d–slaughter3
Corn 720 780
Soybean (44%CP) 208 160
Fish meal (65%CP) 25 20
Soybean oil 20 17
L-Lys HCl (98%) 3 2
DL-Met (99%) 1 0.4
L-Thr (98%) 0.6 0.2
L-Trp (98%) 0.1 0
Choline chloride (50%) 1.5 1.5
Sodium chloride (feed grade, > 99.0%) 4 4
Limestone 6.2 5.9
Monocalcium phosphate 8.6 7
Vitamin-mineral premix1 2 2
Total 1000 1000
Nutrient composition, g/kg
 Digestible energy, Mcal/kg 3.4 3.4
 Crude protein 169.1 147.2
 Total Lysine 10.8 8.6
 SID Lysine 9.8 7.8
 Calcium 6.9 5.9
 Total phosphorus 5.9 5.3
 Soluble fiber 10.2 10.3
 Insoluble fiber 115.0 113.9
 Total dietary fiber2 125.2 124.2
  1. 1Provided the following per kilogram of basal diet: 8000 IU vitamin A; 800 IU vitamin D3; 30 IU vitamin E; 4 mg vitamin K; 0.16 mg biotin; 2 mg folacin; 25 mg niacin; 20 mg pantothenic acid; 10 mg riboflavin; 2 mg thiamine; 1 mg vitamin B6; 20 μg vitamin B12; 16 mg copper as as copper sulfate; 0.25 mg iodine as potassium iodide; 125 mg iron as ferrous sulphate; 30 mg manganese as manganese sulfate; 0.25 mg selenium as sodium selenite; 125 mg zinc as zinc sulfate
  2. 2Total dietary fiber = soluble fiber + insoluble fiber, analyzed value according to method AOAC 991.43
  3. 3Gilts were slaughtered at the 19th day of 3rd estrous cycle