Each year, the University of Nottingham hosts the highly successful Feed Conference, upon which these volumes are based. On each occasion invited experts from around the world address a number of topical issues. To meet the challenges facing the animal feedstuffs industry, it is vital that technical knowledge produced by researchers is disseminated and put into an appropriate context that will meet the needs of producers and consumers alike. Presented in a clear and informative style, the volumes of Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition keep all those involved in the animal feedstuffs industry up-to-date with important issues.
Feeding high health status pigs New developments in piglet nutrition Implications of new fat sources for non-ruminant nutrition New feeding standards for pets New European legislation on feed additives Legislation in the UK - implications for the UK feed industry Strategies and methods to detect and quantify mammalian tissues in feeding stuffs Molecular techniques for analysing feed raw materials Legislation and Food Safety workshop Implications of changes in the Asian livestock industries for European animal production Physiological and nutritional control of food intake and growth Carbohydrate nutrition of transition cows New information on the importance of DCAD in transition cows Methionine metabolism in ruminants Alternative strategies for manipulating milk fat in dairy cows A nutrient based feed evaluation model for ruminants Index