This book contains the proceedings of the 32nd University of Nottingham Feed Manufacturers Conference. A leading authority has written each chapter and presented a review of their subject, often with recent research findings that they may not have published elsewhere. All topics were chosen by the programme committee, which includes representatives from the commercial sector. Of particular concern to the Animal Feed Industry right now is the public perception of food safety and many chapters are related to this theme.
European perspectives on animal nutrition; Legislation and its effect on the feed compounding industry; Ascites in broilers; Manipulation of the nutritional value of eggs; Supplemental organically-bound mineral compounds in livestock nutrition; feeding short-chain organic acids to pigs; Feeding liquid diets to pigs; Plants with novel traits; Practical applications of genetic engineering in animals; Alternatives to invasive genetic engineering in animals production; Heifer rearing for optimum lifetime production; Nutrition of the high genetic merit dairy cow - energy metabolism studies; Nutrition of the high genetic merit cow - practical considerations; List of participants; Index
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