John F. Patience
Professor of Animal Science
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University: 1985 (Nutritional Biochemistry)
Master of Science, University of Guelph: 1976 (Animal Nutrition)
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, University of Guelph: 1974 (Animal Science)
2013: Team Award - Research (College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, ISU)
2012: Pijoan Lecturer (Leman Conference, University of Minnesota)
2012: Animal Industry Service Award (American Society of Animal Science)
2011: Mission Award - Extension (Gamma Sigma Delta, ISU)
2010: Fellow (Canadian Society of Animal Science)
2008: AFIA Award in Non-Ruminant Nutrition Research (American Society of Animal Science)
2008: Lifetime Achievement Award (Alberta Pork Congress)
2007: Lifetime Achievement Award (Saskatchewan Pork Development Board)
2005: Award for Excellence in Nutrition or Meat Science (Canadian Society of Animal Science)
2005: Alberta Pork Industry Leadership Award (Alberta Pork Congress)
2003: 25th Anniversary Honorary Chair (Saskatchewan Pork Industry Symposium)
Dr. Patience’s area of research is nutrition of the pig. His specific focus is on 1) energy metabolism, 2) ingredient evaluation, and 3) feeding and management in the nursery and finishing barns. Further details are available on the Applied Swine Nutrition Research Program website.
Dr. Patience provides extension support to the Iowa pork industry in the area of swine nutrition.
American Society for Nutrition
American Society of Animal Science
Canadian Society of Animal Science
Canadian Society of Nutritional Sciences
Gamma Sigma Delta
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
Jones, C.K., D.M. Madson, R.G. Main, N.K. Gabler and J.F. Patience. 2014. Poor weaning transition ADG in pigs is not correlated with pathological or immunological markers of enteric disease during a PRRSV outbreak. J. Anim. Sci. (Accepted 2014-03-20).
Jones, C.K. and J.F. Patience. 2014. Variation in nutrient and energy digestibility and energy intake are key contributors to differences in post-weaning growth performance. J. Anim. Sci. (Accepted 2014-03)
Madson, D.M., S.M. Ensley, J.F. Patience, P.C. Gauger and R.G. Main. 2014. Diagnostic assessment and lesion evaluation of chronic deoxynivalenol (DON) intoxication in growing swine. J. Swine Health Prod. 22(2):78-83.
Sanz-Fernandez, M.V., S.C. Pearce, N.K. Gabler, J.F. Patience, M.E. Wilson, M.T. Socha, J.L. Torrison, R.P. Rhoads and L.H. Baumgard. 2013. Effects of supplemental zinc amino acid complex on gut integrity in heat-stressed growing pigs. Animal 7:1-8.
Turner, T.D., C. Mapiya, J.L. Aalhus, A.D. Beaulieu, J.F. Patience, R.T. Zijlstra and M.E.R. Dugan. 2014. Flaxseed fed pork: n-3 fatty acid enrichment and contribution to dietary recommendations. Meat Sci. 96:541-547.
Arkfeld, E.K., E.R. Benedict, R.C. Johnson, J.M. Young, J.F. Patience, J.C.M. Dekkers, N.K. Gabler, S.M. Lonergan and E. Huff-Lonergan. 2014. Effects of divergent selection for residual feed intake and diets varying in energy and fiber content on pork loin protein degradability and sensory evaluation. Meat Sci. 96: 441-495.
Patience, J.F., A.J. Myers, S. Ensley, B.M. Jacobs and D. Madson. 2013. Evaluation of two mycotoxin mitigation strategies in grow-finish diets containing corn distillers dried grains with solubles naturally contaminated with deoxynivalenol. J. Anim. Sci. 92:620-626.
Pilcher, C.M., R. Arentson and J.F. Patience. 2013. Impact of tylosin phosphate and distillers dried grains with solubles on energy and nutrient digestibility and energy flow through the gastrointestinal tract in growing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 91:5687-5695.
Gutierrez, N., B.J. Kerr and J.F. Patience. 2013. Effect of insoluble, low fermentable fiber from corn-ethanol distillation origin on energy, fiber and amino acid digestibility, hindgut degradability of fiber and growth performance of growing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 91:5314-5325.
Pearce, S.C., V. Mani, T.E. Weber, R.P. Rhoads, J.F. Patience, L.H. Baumgard and N.K. Gabler. 2013. Heat stress and reduced plane of nutrition decreases intestinal integrity and function in pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 91:5183-5193.
Kil, D.Y., F. Ji, L.L. Stewart, R.B. Hinson, A.D. Beaulieu, G.L. Allee, J.F. Patience, J. E. Pettigrew and H. H. Stein. 2013. Effects of dietary soybean oil on pig growth performance, retention of protein, lipids, and energy and on the net energy content of corn in diets fed to growing or finishing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 91:3283-3290.
Stewart, L.L., D.Y. Kil, F. Ji, R.B. Hinson, A.D. Beaulieu, G.L. Allee, J.F. Patience, J.E. Pettigrew and H.H. Stein. 2013. Effects of dietary soybean hulls and wheat middlings on body composition, nutrient and energy retention, and the net energy of diets and ingredients fed to growing and finishing pigs. J. Anim. Sci 91:2756-2765.
Pearce, S.C., N.K. Gabler, J.W. Ross, J. Escobar, J.F. Patience, R.P. Rhoads, and L.H. Baumgard. 2013. The effects of heat stress and plane of nutrition on metabolism in growing pigs. 2013. J. Anim. Sci. 91:2108-2118.
Jacobs, B.M., J.F. Patience, M.D. Lindemann, K.J. Stalder and B.J. Kerr. 2013. The use of a covariate reduces experimental error in nutrient digestion studies in growing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 91:804-810.
Harris, A. J., J.F. Patience, S. M. Lonergan, J. C. M. Dekkers and N. K. Gabler. 2012. Improved nutrient digestibility and retention partially explains feed efficiency gains in pigs selected for low residual feed intake. J Anim Sci 90:164-166.
Patience, J.F. 2012. The importance of water in pork production. Anim. Frontiers 2(2):28-35.
Kil, D.Y., R.B. Hinson, A.D. Beaulieu, F. Ji, L.L. Stewart, G.L. Allee, J.F. Patience, J.E. Pettigrew and H.H. Stein. 2011. Net energy of soybean oil and choice white grease in diets fed to growing and finishing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. (accepted).
Ross, K.A., A.D. Beaulieu, J. Merrill, G. Vessie and J.F. Patience. 2011. The impact of ractopamine hydrochloride on growth and metabolism with special consideration on its role on the environmental impact of pork production. J. Anim. Sci. (accepted).
Juárez, M., M. E. R. Dugan, N. Aldai, J. L. Aalhus, J.F. Patience, R. Zijlstra and A. D. Beaulieu. 2010. Increasing omega-3 levels through dietary co-extruded flaxseed supplementation negatively affects pork palatability. Food Chem. 126:1716-1723
Beaulieu, A. D., J. Aalhus, N.H. Williams and J.F. Patience. 2010. Impact of piglet birth weight, birth order and litter size on subsequent growth performance, carcass quality, muscle composition and eating quality of pork. J. Anim. Sci. 88:2767-2778.
Juárez, M., M. E. R. Dugan, N. Aldai, J. L. Aalhus, J.F. Patience, R. Zijlstra and A. D. Beaulieu. 2010. Feeding co-extruded flaxseed to pigs: Effects of duration and feeding level on growth performance and backfat fatty acid composition of grower-finisher pigs. Meat Sci. 84:578-584.
Beaulieu, A.D., N.H. Williams and J.F. Patience. 2009. Response to dietary digestible energy concentration in growing pigs fed cereal-grain based diets. J. Anim. Sci. 87:965-976.
Widyaratne, G. P., J.F. Patience and R.T. Zijlstra. 2009. Effect of xylanase supplementation of diets containing wheat distiller’s dried grains with solubles on energy, amino acid and phosphorus digestibility and growth performance of grower-finisher pigs. Can. J. Anim. Sci 89:91-95.
Patience, J.F., P. Shand, Z. Pietrasik, J. Merrill, G. Vessie, K.A. Ross and A.D. Beaulieu. 2009. The effect of ractopamine supplementation of swine finishing diets on growth performance, carcass composition and ultimate pork quality. Can. J. Anim. Sci. 89:53-66.
Htoo, J.K., X. Meng, J.F. Patience, M.E.R. Dugan and R.T. Zijlstra. 2008. Effects of co-extrusion of flaxseed and field peas on the digestibility of energy, ether extract, fatty acids, protein, and amino acids in grower-finisher pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 86:2942-2951.
Nortey, T.N., J.F. Patience, J.S. Sands, N.L. Trottier and R.T. Zijlstra. 2008. Effects of xylanase supplementation on digestibility and digestible content of energy, amino acids, phosphorus, and calcium in wheat by-products from dry milling in grower pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 86:3450-3464.
Oresanya, T.F., A.D. Beaulieu and J.F. Patience. 2008. Investigations of energy metabolism in weanling barrows: The interaction of dietary energy concentration and daily feed (energy) intake. J. Anim. Sci. 86: 348-363.
Dr. Patience's CV