Total nutrition: feeding animals for health and growth

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Nottingham University Press, 2001 - Business & Economics - 244 pages
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Problems of perception: animal production, food safety and public health; Virtues of cleanliness: feed quality and hygiene; Eating to live: voluntary feed intake; Raw material processing: digestion and absorption of nutrients; Struggle for supremacy: management of the gastrointestinal tract; External enemies: immune system and defence in a dangerous world; The enemy within: non-infectious diseases and oxidative stress; Monitoring performance: assessment of total nutrition and feeding standards; Difficult demands: safe food, low cost, ethical issues, environmental impact.

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Contents

Animal Production Food Safety
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Feed Quality and Hygiene
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Voluntary Feed Intake
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