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Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2004
by P. C. Garnsworthy

Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2004 contains the proceedings of the 38th University of Nottingham Feed Conference, where topical issues facing the animal feed industry were addressed.

Current trends in the feed industry are towards increasing globalisation, as highlighted in a paper on the Asian livestock industry, and tighter legislation, as discussed in several papers on aspects of legislation and analysis of raw materials.

Contents

  1. Feeding the High Health Status Pig
  2. Managing Feed Intake of Weaned Piglets: Interactions Between Nutrition, Ethology and Farm Management
  3. Implications of New Fat Sources for Non-Ruminant Nutrition
  4. An Update on the Energy and Nutrient Requirements of Companion Animals
  5. New European Legislation on Feed Additives
  6. Legislation That Will Have a Significant Impact on the Feed Industry, Particularly in the UK
  7. Strategies and Methods to Detect and Quantify Mammalian Tissues in Feedstuffs: A Summary of the EU Stratfeed Project (G6RD-2000-CT-00414)
  8. Molecular Techniques for Analysing Feed Raw Materials
  9. Changes in the Asian Livestock Industries: Implications for European Producers and the Feed Industry
  10. The Role of the Leptin Axis in Modulating Energy Partitioning and Nutrient Utilization in Livestock Species
  11. Carbohydrate Nutrition of Transition Dairy Cows
  12. Recent Advances in the Use of Dietary Cation-Anion Difference (DCAD) for Transition Dairy Cows
  13. Metabolizable Methionine Optimization of Dairy Cow Rations
  14. Alternative Strategies for Manipulating Milk Fat in Dairy Cows
  15. Development of a Simple Nutrient Based Feed Evaluation Model for Dairy Cows

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by P. C. Garnsworthy
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