1. 1946-01-01 Both the scienfitic and practical facts relating to poultry feeding are presented in this book. Information dealing with poultry nutrition is quite extensive. This book is designed to meet the needs of poultry students, practical poultrymen, feed dealers, and all other persons interested in...
  2. Nutrient requirements and signs of deficiency and toxicty, where known, are presented and discussed. Requirements for growth, maintenance, gestation, and lactation are presented in tabular form. 2 Copies
  3. 1966-01-01 This book is intended to be an introduction to the study of the nutrition of farm animals. Although it is written primarily for agricultural students, it is hoped that it will be useful for students of veterinary science and allied subjects, and also for agricultural advisers and progressive...
  4. 1961-01-01 In this edition, particular emphasis is placed on the new developments in animal nutrition and stock feeding, such as antibiotic, arsonic, and sufractant supplements and the use of hormones. The book includesthe essentials of feeding, care and management of farm animals, including poultry.
  5. 2016-01-01 Since 1944, the National Research Council (NRC) has published seven editions of theNutrient Requirements of Beef Cattle. This reference has guided nutritionists and other professionals in academia and the cattle and feed industries in developing and implementing nutritional and feeding programs...
  6. 1978-01-01 This volume of studies from the World Animal Review contains articles published on ruminant nutrition in the first twenty-four issues of the journal, presenting the experience and the results of work of animal scientists from 11 countries. Although the principal focus of the articles is on the...
  7. 1988-01-01 The Ruminant Animal represents a compilation of up-to-date information on major topics related to nutrient requirements and nutrient metaboism. You will note that each chapter has been newly illustrated and assimilates recent research citations.
  8. 1975-01-01 Many of the feeds are known under several names, both botanical and common English. The names given in the summaries are the more common ones. Local names and out-dated botanical names have in most cases been omitted. The summaries include short descriptions of the feeds and the more important...
  9. 2002-07-20 The purpose of this article is to show that with strategic supplementation, using locally available resources (straw, maize stover, poor quality grass, etc.), small-scale farmers in the tropics can have productive ruminants that emit less methane (believed to contribute to global warming) and...
  10. 2009-10-20 Information about reports of success in Haiti with a technique developed in Israel for growing “organically certified” tilapia by adding (1) submerged bamboo poles or palm fronds and (2) a submerged “compost pile” to fertilize the pond. Microscopic organisms collectively called “periphyton” grow...