Elliot Sanders

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Works (4)

Updated: August 2nd, 2023 06:25

2021 journal article

Feeding Laying Hens a Diet Containing High-Oleic Peanuts or Oleic Acid Enriches Yolk Color and Beta-Carotene While Reducing the Saturated Fatty Acid Content in Eggs

AGRICULTURE-BASEL, 11(8).

By: O. Toomer*, T. Vu*, E. Sanders n, A. Redhead*, R. Malheiros n & K. Anderson n

author keywords: alternative feed ingredients; high-oleic peanuts; laying hens; shell eggs
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: September 7, 2021

2021 journal article

The effects of high-oleic peanuts as an alternate feed ingredient on performance, ileal digestibility, apparent metabolizable energy, and histology of the small intestine in laying hens

TRANSLATIONAL ANIMAL SCIENCE, 5(1).

By: A. Redhead*, E. Sanders n, T. Vu*, R. Malheiros n, K. Anderson n & O. Toomer*

author keywords: laying hens; alternative feed ingredients; high-oleic peanuts; feed ingredients; feed digestibility
TL;DR: It is suggested that whole unblanched high-oleic peanuts may be an acceptable alternative feed ingredient for laying hens. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 9, 2021

2020 journal article

Potential Transfer of Peanut and/or Soy Proteins from Poultry Feed to the Meat and/or Eggs Produced

ACS Omega, 5(2), 1080–1085.

TL;DR: Peanut and soy proteins were undetected in all pooled egg samples and individual chicken breast meat samples using immunoblotting techniques with rabbit antipeanut agglutinin and rabbit antisoy antibodies, and quantitative ELISA allergen detection methods determined all pools and individual meat samples as “not containing” peanut or soy allergens. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries, Crossref
Added: February 3, 2020

2020 journal article

The effects of high-oleic peanuts as an alternative feed ingredient on broiler performance, ileal digestibility, apparent metabolizable energy, and histology of the intestine

TRANSLATIONAL ANIMAL SCIENCE, 4(3).

By: O. Toomer*, E. Sanders n, T. Vu*, R. Malheiros n, A. Redhead n, M. Livingston n, K. Livingston n, L. Carvalho n, P. Ferket n

author keywords: alternative feed ingredients; broiler chickens; feed digestibility; feed ingredients; high-oleic peanuts
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: January 4, 2021

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