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Dairy Cattle Feeding and Nutrition

Dairy Cattle Feeding and Nutrition Author W. J. Miller
ISBN-10 9780323138055
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 411
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Dairy Cattle Feeding and Nutrition was designed to provide information needed by those interested in the feeding and nutrition of dairy cattle. It contains basic information for students in courses on feeds and feeding, dairy cattle production, and animal nutrition.



Animal Feeding and Nutrition

Animal Feeding and Nutrition Author Marshall H. Jurgens
ISBN-10 0787278394
Release 2002
Pages 588
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Animal Feeding and Nutrition has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Animal Feeding and Nutrition also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Animal Feeding and Nutrition book for free.



Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle

Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle Author
ISBN-10 NAP:14484
Release 1978-01-01
Pages 76
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Nutrient requirements and symptoms of deficiency; Energy; Protein; Minerals; Toxic minerals; Vitamins; Water; Special / aspects of dairy cattle nutrition; Using tables of nutrient requirements; Composition of feeds; Formulating rations.



Nitrogen and Phosphorus Nutrition of Cattle

Nitrogen and Phosphorus Nutrition of Cattle Author Alexander N. Hristov
ISBN-10 1845931432
Release 2005
Pages 288
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There are tremendous benefits to feeding ruminants nitrogen and phosphorus supplements, in terms of milk production and productivity. However what goes in, must also come out. Nitrogen and phosphorus excretions from dairy cattle are a major environmental pollutant. This book describes the latest knowledge in nitrogen and phosphorus nutrition of cattle including requirements, ruminal and total tract metabolism, possibilities of increasing the efficiency of nitrogen utilization and reducing nitrogen and phosphorus excretions from dairy and beef operations. It also includes aspects of the effects of dietary nitrogen and phosphorus on the reproductive efficiency of cattle.



Beef Cattle Feeding and Nutrition

Beef Cattle Feeding and Nutrition Author Tilden Perry
ISBN-10 9780323152143
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 400
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Beef Cattle Feeding and Nutrition is the third in a series of books on animal feeding and nutrition. These books are designed to keep readers abreast of the rapid developments in feeding and nutrition. These developments have resulted in changes in diets, the use of new feed processing methods, improved use of by-product feeds, and more supplementation with minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and nonprotein nitrogen compounds. The book is organized into four parts. Part I focuses on the nutrient requirements of beef cattle. Beginning with a review of rumen physiology and energy requirements, the remaining chapters discuss the vitamin, mineral, and protein, requirements of beef cattle. Part II on feedingstuffs includes studies on pasture and other forages; hay and haylage making; silage and crops for silage; and concentrates for beef cattle. Part III includes studies on breeding herd nutrition and management; and milk production and calf performance. Part IV on cattle finishing covers cattle finishing systems; feedlot disease; and economics of cattle feeding.



Animal Nutrition Science

Animal Nutrition Science Author Gordon McL. Dryden
ISBN-10 9781780640563
Release 2008
Pages 302
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Animal Life Cycle Feeding and Nutrition

Animal Life Cycle Feeding and Nutrition Author Gerard Meurant
ISBN-10 9780323138918
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 319
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Animal Life-Cycle Feeding and Nutrition reviews developments in feeding and nutrition throughout an animal's life cycle and covers a wide range of topics, from utilization of nutrients such as carbohydrates and proteins to nutrient digestion by ruminants, swine, poultry, and horses. Feedstuffs such as pasture and harvested forages, protein concentrates, and cereal and sorghum grains are also discussed. Comprised of 21 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on nutrients and their utilization, including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and minerals and vitamins. Nutrient digestion by ruminants, swine, poultry, and horses are then compared and feedstuffs for livestock are evaluated. The next section deals with feedstuffs such as pasture and harvested forages, protein concentrates, and cereal and sorghum grains, together with molasses, manure, and other miscellaneous feed ingredients. The remaining chapters explore the effect of processing on the nutrient value of feedstuffs; balancing of rations; and feeding of animals including swine, beef and dairy cattle, poultry, sheep, horses, dogs, and goats. This monograph is designed for students of animal sciences, for veterinary students as well as doctors of veterinary medicine, and for practitioners of livestock feeding.



Animal Feeds Feeding and Nutrition and Ration Evaluation CD ROM

Animal Feeds  Feeding and Nutrition  and Ration Evaluation CD ROM Author David Tisch
ISBN-10 9781305450455
Release 2005-10-05
Pages 648
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Feeds, Feeding, and Animal Nutrition is the first book of its kind to finally pair ration formulation software with the book to create a comprehensive learning solution. The animal feeding and nutrition industries are as computerized as any industry in the world, but the challenge has been to find software that can effectively accompany a book and give the reader everything they need to succeed. This is a deficiency that has now been addressed. The ration formulation software has the same functionality as that used in the industry today and covers each species discussed in the book. Along with the software, the book includes the most current information on animal feeding and nutrition available, including full species coverage such as four ruminants, swine, chickens, rabbits, horses, dogs, cats, trout, and catfish. The book also extensively covers dietary energy, water requirements for livestock, and feed milling. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Ruminant Nutrition

Ruminant Nutrition Author Robert Jarrige
ISBN-10 0861962478
Release 1989
Pages 389
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This volume deals with feed evaluation systems, the nutrient requirements of ruminant livestock and the feeding value of a wide range of feedstuffs. The feed tables occupy 125 pages and list about 800 typical forages, 65 crop residues and 120 concentrate and by-product feeds. This book is an essential source for teachers, specialist scientists and industrialists.



Horse Feeding And Nutrition

Horse Feeding And Nutrition Author Tony Cunha
ISBN-10 9780323156622
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 308
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Horse Feeding and Nutrition is the fourth in a series of books on animal feeding and nutrition that focuses on horse feeding and nutrition, aiming to assist in world food production. Organized into 20 chapters, the book contains basic information on horse industry, feeding problems, and importance in food production of proper horse nutrition. The introductory chapters discuss the importance of the horse industry; the art, science, and myths in feeding horses; the problems involved in supplying an adequate level of nutrients in horse rations; and the digestion of feeds. Chapters 5-10 cover concise, up-to-date summaries on macro- and micronutrients, including vitamins, minerals, protein, and water. The book goes on, examining the important interrelationships between nutrition, disease, and performance; the relative value of various feeds in horse rations; and the value of pasture and hay for horses. Chapters 15-18 focus on feeding the foal, growing horses; the performance and race horses; and the mares and stallions. The final chapters discuss purified rations for horses, antibiotics, founder, learning ability, feeding behavior, nutrient toxicity, weight equivalents, weight-unit conversion factors, and the effect of cold weather on horses. The book provides information helpful to beginners and experts in horse production. It will also be valuable for county agents, farm advisors, consultants, veterinarians, and teachers of vocational agriculture, as well as animal science students and teachers.



Wildlife Feeding and Nutrition

Wildlife Feeding and Nutrition Author Charles T. Robbins
ISBN-10 9781483258843
Release 2013-09-03
Pages 366
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Wildlife Feeding and Nutrition fills a serious gap in the wildlife and animal nutrition literature by providing a discussion of the basic principles of nutrition and their application to the broader field of wildlife ecology. This book is based on lectures presented in an upper-level wildlife nutrition course taught at Washington State University. The book opens with an introductory chapter on wildlife nutrition. This is followed by separate chapters on general nutrient and energy requirements; protein, water, vitamin, and mineral requirements; impact of nutrition on reproductive characteristics; gastrointestinal anatomy and function; and digestion and nutrient metabolism. The text will be invaluable to wildlife biologists, to those who are interested in captive animal nutrition and management, and to those who are interested in improving the feed supply and nutrition of free-ranging wildlife. It should also be helpful to undergraduate and graduate students as well as teachers of biology and wildlife management. The book will be a useful reference for all who are interested and concerned with wildlife throughout the world.



Dairy Goats Feeding and Nutrition

Dairy Goats Feeding and Nutrition Author Antonello Cannas
ISBN-10 9781845933487
Release 2008
Pages 293
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Dairy goats have long been considered an important source of income for rural populations, providing the opportunity for profitable and sustainable diversity for small farms. Their importance is also increasing in intensive feeding systems and in large farms. They are highly adaptable due to their unique feeding habits and have become popular livestock animals in a range of environments, from temperate grasslands to subtropical, semi-arid and mountainous areas. Moreover, goat milk products are finding a growing acceptance in the world market and research has increased in feeding strategies for improved productivity and quality. Examining all aspects of dairy goat feeding and nutrition, this book represents a long awaited review of recent scientific research and updated techniques. Chapters discuss aspects such as the modelling and production of goat's milk as well as the estimation of nutrient requirements and food intake of goats.



Feeds feeding

Feeds   feeding Author Tilden Wayne Perry
ISBN-10 WISC:89081352098
Release 2003
Pages 675
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This contemporary and authoritative survey provides comprehensive coverage of the nutritional and scientific feeding of beef cattle, dairy cattle, poultry, horses, sheep and swine, and offers a detailed treatment of feed composition for use in ration formulation. Topics covered include principles of animal nutrition and physiology, feed stuffs, and livestock and poultry feeding. For those in Animal Nutrition fields.



Swine Feeding and Nutrition

Swine Feeding and Nutrition Author Tony Cunha
ISBN-10 9780323153812
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 368
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Swine Feeding and Nutrition provides detailed information on aspects of swine production. It begins with a presentation of the past, present, and future of swine industry. Then, it reviews the many factors that can affect nutrient requirements and needs. This text summarizes minerals, vitamins, proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, fiber, fatty acids, fat, energy, water, enzymes, and antibiotics and other antimicrobial compounds in swine industry. Furthermore, it discusses the relative value of feeds for use in swine diets and the feeding requirement for baby pig, growing-finishing pigs, and the breeding herd. This book will be very valuable to beginners in swine production, established swine raisers, feed manufacturers and dealers, county agents, farm advisors and consultants, and veterinarians. Animal science and agriculture students and instructors will also find this book helpful.



Nutrient Requirements of Domesticated Ruminants

Nutrient Requirements of Domesticated Ruminants Author CSIRO Publishing
ISBN-10 9780643092624
Release 2007
Pages 270
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"This publication represents a revision of the report entitled 'Feeding standards for Australian livestock. Ruminants' that was issued in 1990 by CSIRO Publishing in conjunction with the Standing Committee on Agriculture"--Introduction.



Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition Author Peter McDonald
ISBN-10 0582419069
Release 2002-01
Pages 693
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The latest edition of this classic text, now in a larger format with improved artwork, continues to provide a clear and comprehensive introduction to the science and practice of animal nutrition. Animal Nutrition covers four main areas. Chapters 1-9 explain the basic chemistry and biochemistry of feed constituents, digestion and metabolism; Chapters 10-18 evaluate the energy and nutrient content of feedstuffs and discuss the assessment of nutritional requirements and ration formulation; Chapters 19-25 describe the characteristics of commonly used feedstuffs such as forages, concentrates and by-products; and the Appendix provides comprehensive tables on the composition of foods and feeding standards for dairy and beef cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry, and horses.



Feeding Concentrates

Feeding Concentrates Author Roy Kellaway
ISBN-10 0643069410
Release 2004
Pages 171
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Focuses on feeding concentrates to pasture fed cows to achieve high milk production. This book presents strategies for feeding energy and protein supplements to pasture-fed dairy cows and examines the potential economic benefits. Effective supplementary feeding of concentrates is critical to the success of all dairy farms. This book is a substantially revised edition of 'Feeding Concentrates: Supplements for Dairy Cows' DRDC 1993. It focuses on feeding concentrates to pasture fed cows to achieve high milk production per cow per hectare, and will assist farmers to decide which supplements give the best results in their particular situation. The benefits that arise from supplementary feeding include higher stocking rates, promotion of growth in heifers and young cows; better body condition score and increased lactation length when pasture is less available; improved pasture use; reduced cost per tonne of pasture eaten; flexibility to increase milk production when milk prices are high; and increased milk protein content when the energy content in pasture is low. This edition has thoroughly reviewed the issues and clearly documents the results of research particularly for grains supplementation. The summaries and recommendations in each chapter will be particularly helpful to dairy farmers in making best management decisions relating to concentrate feeding.