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Nutrition & metabolism

Nutrition & metabolism

An understanding of livestock nutrition is of paramount importance in feeding the world’s growing population effectively. Within livestock nutrition this includes the need to improve feed conversion efficiency, the potential use of novel feed altetrnatives to traditional feeds and forages, and improving feed to mitigate livestock greenhouse gas emissions.

CABI has a wide range of information products to meet the requirements of animal nutrition researchers, undergraduate and graduate students, and practitioners. We cover the feeding of livestock, fish and shellfish, zoo animals, and companion animals (including horses), nutrient digestion, absorption and metabolism, feed technology and preservation, and the role of diet in the aetiology and treatment of disease.

Nutritional Modelling for Pigs and Poultry

Modelling is a useful tool for decision making in complex agro-industrial scenarios.  Containing a selection of the papers presented at the International Symposium of Modelling in Pig and Poultry Production 2013, this book brings together the best an...

Animal Nutrition with Transgenic Plants

* Gathers together more than 150 feeding studies with food-producing animals and covers both first and second generation transgenic plants* The first central resource of this information for researchers, students and policy makers* Includes contribut...

Animal Science Reviews 2011

Animal Science Reviews 2011 provides scientists and students in animal science with timely analysis on key topics in current research. Originally published online in CAB Reviews, this volume makes available in printed form the reviews in animal scien...