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The Mineral Nutrition of Livestock

By: E J Underwood and N Suttle
614 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: CABI Publishing
The Mineral Nutrition of Livestock
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  • The Mineral Nutrition of Livestock ISBN: 9781845934729 Edition: 4 Hardback Sep 2010 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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The fourth edition of this important book covers the advances in livestock mineral nutrition, updated with more illustrations and additional material on the interrelationships between livestock and man. Recent developments are discussed, such as the real value of increasing nutritive value of feed by the use of additives, enhancing the mineral availability of organic supplements in trace elements, the concept of the `mineral footprint' of livestock, and potential problems caused by methods of mineral feeding aiming to lower environmental pollution, such as health implications for humans.


1. General Introduction
2. Natural Sources of Minerals
3. The Detection and Correction of Mineral Imbalances in Animals
4. Calcium
5. Phosphorous
6. Magnesium
7. Sodium and Chlorine
8. Potassium
9. Sulphur
10. Cobalt
11. Copper
12. Iodine
13. Iron
14. Manganese
15. Selenium
16. Zinc
17. Occasionally Beneficial Elements (Boron, Chromium, Lithium, Molybdenum, Nickel, Silicon, Tin, Vanadium)
18. Essentially Toxic Elements (Aluminium, Arsenic, Cadmium, Fluorine, Lead, Mercury)
19. Design of Supplementation Trials for Assessing Mineral Deprivation

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By: E J Underwood and N Suttle
614 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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