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Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2012

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Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2012

PC Garnsworthy (Ed) & J Wiseman (Ed)

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Author(s): PC Garnsworthy (Ed) & J Wiseman (Ed)

About The Book

The 44th University of Nottingham Feed Conference was held at the School of Biosciences, Sutton Bonington Campus, 27th - 28th June 2012. The Conference was divided into sessions that covered areas of topical interest to the animal feed industry. These sessions were Ruminants, Opportunities, Global Food and Farming, and Non-ruminants.

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Author PC Garnsworthy (Ed) & J Wiseman (Ed)
Availability In Print
Dimensions Unknown
Extent 312pp
ISBN 9781908927026
Publication date December 2012
Book Type Hardcover


  • Preface
  • Monitoring nutritional status of transition cows to improve health and
  • Feed intake and reproduction in cattle
  • Supplemental antioxidants to improve reproduction in dairy cattle – why, when and how effective are they
  • Rumen lipid metabolism and its impacts on milk production and quality
  • Ration formulation for dairy cows: least cost versus least environmental impact
  • Successful feed compounding in a competitive Market
  • EU feed additive registration and review processes: impact on new product development
  • The impact of biofuels on the supply of animal feed raw materials
  • Global food security in an era of climate change: impact upon animals and their utilisation
  • Genotype selection and modification and the future of livestock production
  • Genetic selection of poultry based on digestive capacity – impact on gut microbiota
  • Progress on the English pig industry environment road map
  • Aspects of amino acid digestibility in feed ingredients fed to pigs
  • Sow nutrition: hormonal manipulation via nutrition
  • Extra-phosphoric effects of phytase – low phytate nutrition in non-ruminants
  • List of participants
  • Index

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