Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2003

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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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Contents

UPDATE ON THEORIES OFDIETINDUCED MILKFAT
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ANIMAL FEED LEGISLATION 2002
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THE PRACTICAL RELEVANCE OF THE KINETICS
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P. C. Garnsworthy has established an international reputation in dairy science through many years of active research at the University of Nottingham where he is an Associate Professor and Reader in Dairy Science. He is one of the authors of Writing and Presenting Scientific Papers which has been a consistently popular book from Nottingham University Press for many years. He has published many scientific papers and is co-editor of 16 of the annual Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition. He has also edited several ruminant and the occasional non-ruminant book. Dr. Garnsworthy is one of the two founders of Nottingham University Press which was started in 1992, and he still retains an active interest in the company.

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