Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition — Australia
Animal Production Science Special Issue 56(8)Edited by:
A special issue of Animal Production Science presenting selected papers from the Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition in Australia symposium 2015.
This special issue of Animal Production Science presents selected papers from the Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition in Australia symposium, held at the University of New England in Armidale from 26–28 October 2015. This event has been an important event on the calendar every other years for the past 40 years. + Full description
As with previous symposia, discussions encompassed species important to humans including cattle, sheep, poultry, pigs and companion animals. The theme ‘Early Nutrition for Long Term Animal Productivity’ was chosen as a way to promote the exchange of ideas across the species with authors presenting latest findings on mineral and vitamin nutrition, epigenetics, nutrigenomics, placental and embryonic nutrient flow and potential beneficial effects of pre-starter and creep feed modification.
The symposium provided a forum for emerging scientists to interact with world-renowned experts in the dynamic field of animal nutrition. While the field enjoys an ongoing and ever-increasing demand for animal products, the technical focus often shifts rapidly in response to weather, climate change and evolving consumer preferences.
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DetailsPaperback | August 2016 | $ 75.00
ISBN: AN56/08 | 144 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing