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  1. It is the purpose of this book to describe in detail the basic principles of nutrition;to record and discuss the current knowledge concerning energy, protein, amino acids, vitamins and essential inorganic elements; to indicate the various known nutritional interrelationships; and to demonstrate...
  2. This classic reference for poultry nutrition has been updated for the first time since 1984. The chapter on general considerations concerning individual nutrients and water has been greatly expanded and includes, for the first time, equations for predicting the energy value of individual feed...
  3. Key Resource 1998-01-01 W. Malcolm Reid (1910-1990) was Professor Emeritus of Poultry Science (Parasitology) at the University of Georgia. He saw a need for a book dealing with basic poultry production and recruited others to help him develop one. He knew firsthand the value of poultry as a source of food and manure for...
  4. 1997-01-01 The purpose of this valuable document is to provide the scientipicbasis for the contribution of legume tree foliages to ruminant production, particularly from the points of view of their overall high nutritive value, and positive effects on rumen function, microbial yields and body metabolism,...
  5. This book is written with the objective of bringing together recent knowledge in the sciences of microbiology, physiology, metabolism and feed evaluation pertaining to the energy nutrition of ruminants. Itis intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students specializing in animal nutrition.
  6. 1986-01-01 In preparing this guide, we have drawn upon scientific knowledge and practical experience to create a document composed of a series of concepts that are organized as they might be approached by localfarmers. We have attempted to focus upon many experienced-based concepts and to present them in...
  7. 1987-01-01 The Feeding of Ruminants: Principles and Practice is a completely new book written expecially for practical people involved in an essential principles of feeding in a language which is readily understoodby all.
  8. The primary concern of this expert consultation is the assessment of the potential levels of animal production that can be achieved on feeds for ruminants that are available in the tropics. Online BookAvailable
  9. Key Resource 1992-11-10 This book covers the theory and principles of animal nutrition, with a chapter on each of the main nutrient groups, and applies it to economic production of cattle, sheep, goats and other ruminants in hot climates. The contents include topics on food intake, grazing and browsing, feeding fibrous...
  10. This book discusses advances in sheep and goat medicine. It covers such topics as clinical nutrition, breeding, ventilation, diseases, and routine sheep and goat procedures.