Edited By: GN Hinch, JJ Lynch, JV Nolan and FD Provenza
This text describes the feeding behaviour of both herbivorous and omnivorous farm animals and highlights the similarities and differences between species. It focuses on the behavioural processes involved in an individual animal seeking, recognizing, selecting and ingesting food rather than simply the amount of food eaten. The chapters are sequenced in such a manner that the reader is guided through these processes before examining the prediction of ingestive behaviour and the application of knowledge to animal management.
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