Effect of a blend of artificial sweetener and capsicum on productive performance and blood chemistry in growing lambs

X. J. Chen, K. Nedelkov, J. Oh, M. T. Harper, E. H. Wall, T. L. Felix, A. N. Hristov

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The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of a blend (CapSw) of capsicum (3% approximate concentration of Capsicum oleoresin, Cap) and a high-intensity artificial sweetener (93% approximate concentration of sodium saccharin, Sw) on the growth performance, blood chemistry and cell counts, markers of fat mobilization, and hormones in growing ewe lambs. Thirty-six lambs (47.4 ± 2.62 kg of body weight, Dorset and Suffolk × Hampshire) were used in a 7-wk randomized complete block design experiment. Following a week of adaption, lambs were housed in 9 pens (4 lambs/pen) and pens were blocked based on lambs’ average body weight into 3 blocks of 3 pens each. Treatments were control (basal diet without additives), basal diet with low level of CapSw (86 mg/head per day) and basal diet with high level of CapSw (172 mg/head per day). CapSw tended to linearly decrease (P = 0.002) dry matter intake and had no effect on average daily gain of the lambs and feed efficiency. Treatment had no effects on blood cell counts and concentrations of non-esterified fatty acids, beta-hydroxybutyrate, and glucose. Blood serum insulin concentration was quadratically (lowest in low level of CapSw treatment) decreased (P = 0.002) by CapSw. CapSw tended to quadratically increase (P = 0.07) cortisol and had no effect on haptoglobin concentration in blood serum. In this experiment, dietary supplementation of a blend of capsicum oleoresin and a high-intensity artificial sweetener had no effect on growth performance of lambs, but it appeared to have effect on insulin secretion.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number114308
JournalAnimal Feed Science and Technology
Volume258
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StatePublished - Dec 2019

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artificial sweeteners
blood chemistry
Capsicum
blended foods
lambs
oleoresins
blood serum
growth performance
Hampshire (sheep breed)
diet
3-hydroxybutyric acid
Dorset (sheep breed)
Suffolk (sheep breed)
saccharin
blood cell counts
body weight
haptoglobins
insulin secretion
blood cells
average daily gain

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