Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2003
Philip C. Garnsworthy, Julian Wiseman
Nottingham University Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 207 pages
Animal feed legislation 2002; The role of assurance schemes in animal feed; The practical relevance of the kinetics of starch digestion in broilers; Fatty acids and reproduction in the pig; Natural pigments: practical experiences; Globilization of animal production: implications for the UK livestock industry; Recent advances in reproductive technologies: implications for livestock production and animal nutrition; Update on theories of diet-induced milk fat depression and potential applications; phosphorus management in cattle production systems; Re-assessment of dietary allowances: absorbed phosphorus requirements in ruminants; Feeding and management of Jerseys and Holsteins: should there be a difference?
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UPDATE ON THEORIES OFDIETINDUCED MILKFAT
ANIMAL FEED LEGISLATION 2002
THE PRACTICAL RELEVANCE OF THE KINETICS
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