Guanidino acetic acid improves performance, carcass quality in swine

Fast-growing animals require creatine supplementation via addition to the feed. Photo credit: Adobe Stock/Countrypixel

BALACHANDAR JAYARAMAN, PRADEEP KRISHNAN and LUKAS BAUER* discuss how a natural creatine precursor guanidino acetic acid supplies creatine, ensuring that high energy demanding cells (particularly muscles) are supplied sufficiently, improving the performance and carcass quality of finisher pigs.


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