By Tracy Meyer, nutritionist, Advit
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word non-nutritive as “not relating to or providing nutrition”. In other words, these are additives included in pig diets that are not providing a nutritive benefit but otherwise aiding in the growth of the animal.
There are numerous products on the market and one can get overwhelmed with choice. In this article I will highlight the more common additives and provide a basic description of each so as to help make an educated decision when choosing additional feed additives.