Measurement of energy metabolism. Feeding systems for dairy cows. Feeding systems for beef cattle. Feeding systems for sheep. Feding systems for pigs. Feeding systems for poultry. Feeding systems for horse. Feeding systems for pigs.
Author: Mike K. Theodorou
Feed evaluation for animal production. Feed characterization. Intake, passage and digestibility. In vitro and in situ methods for estimating digestibility with reference to protein degradability. Measurement of energy metabolism. Feeding systems for dairy cows. Feeding systems for beef cattle. Feeding systems for sheep. Feding systems for pigs. Feeding systems for poultry. Feeding systems for horse. Feeding systems for pigs. Feeding systems for poultry. Feeding systems for horse. Prediction of response to nutrients by ruminants through mathematical modelling and improved feed characterizaion. Analyses of modelling whole-rumen function. Modelling the lactating dairy cow. Modelling growth and wool production in ruminats.Modelling growth and lactation in pigs. Modelling the utilization of dietary energy and amino acids by poultry. Modelling growth in fish. The nutrition of companion animals.
The effect of housing system on apparent digestibility in pigs using the classical
and marker ( chromic oxide , acid insoluble ash ) techniques in relation ... In :
M.K. Theodorou & J. France ( Eds ) , Feeding Systems and Feed Evaluation
Author: Paul J. Moughan
Publisher: Wageningen Academic Pub
Overview of determinants of the nutritional value of feed ingredients; Principles of chemical analysis; Developments in the determination of protein and amino acids; Developments in the measurement of the energy content of feeds and energy utilisation animals; Characterisation of the non-starch polysaccharides; Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy and related technologies for the analysis of feed ingredients; Amino acids - the collection of ileal digesta and characterisation of the endogenous component; Amino acids: digestibility, availability and metabolism; Bioavailability: the energy component of a ration for monogastric animals; In vitro digestibility methods: history and specific approaches; The significance of antinutritional factors in feedstuffs for monogastric animals; Amino acid and energy requirements; Principles behind feed formulation; Advances in feed evaluation for pigs; Advances in feed evaluation for poultry; Advances in fed evaluation for companion animals.
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and feed values for growing and finishing beef ... 50 M.K. Theodorou, J. France:
Feeding systems and feed evaluation models, CABI Publ., New York 2000.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A compilation of 58 carefully selected, topical articles from the Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, this three-volume handbook provides a wealth of information on economically important basic foodstuffs, raw materials, additives, and processed foods, including a section on animal feed. It brings together the chemical and physical characteristics, production processes and production figures, main uses, toxicology and safety information in one single resource. More than 40 % of the content has been added or updated since publication of the 7th edition of the Encyclopedia in 2011 and is available here in print for the first time. The result is a "best of Ullmann's", bringing the vast knowledge to the desks of professionals in the food and feed industries.
In: Theodorou MK, France J, eds. Feeding Systems and Feed Evaluation Models.
New York: CABI Publishing; 2000:109–128. Sniffen CJ, O'Conner JD, van Soest
PJ, Fox DG, Russell JB. A net carbohydrate and protein system for evaluating ...
Publisher: Academic Press
Dairy Science includes the study of milk and milk-derived food products, examining the biological, chemical, physical, and microbiological aspects of milk itself as well as the technological (processing) aspects of the transformation of milk into its various consumer products, including beverages, fermented products, concentrated and dried products, butter and ice cream. This new edition includes information on the possible impact of genetic modification of dairy animals, safety concerns of raw milk and raw milk products, peptides in milk, dairy-based allergies, packaging and shelf-life and other topics of importance and interest to those in dairy research and industry. Fully reviewed, revised and updated with the latest developments in Dairy Science Full color inserts in each volume illustrate key concepts Extended index for easily locating information
Conclusions Feeding systems are important because feed comprises a large
proportion of the costs of keeping cattle, typically about 70%, and also ... In:
Theodorou, M.K. and France, J. (eds) Feeding Systems and Feed Evaluation
Author: Clive J C Phillips
This edition is expanded to include more on animal welfare, sustainability and production systems in low and middle income countries, including smallholder production systems. - Has undergone a thorough review of all the existing chapters, with new content on the future role of cattle. - Contains quality colour illustrations, so that key information can be found at a glance. - Is beautifully written with many examples and pointers for further information. - Tackles key issues of sustainability and the requirement for increased production.
Chiba, L.I. (1999) Feeding systems for pigs. In: Theodoru, M.K. and France, J. (
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Wallingford, UK, pp. 181–209. Fawcett, R.H. (1973) Towards a dynamic
Author: R. Gous
These proceedings contain 15 papers on the recent advances in pig and poultry mechanistic modelling. Notable among the papers is the consideration of new components of the animal production process, such as social stressors and disease. Understanding of some new systems such as the physiological control of egg production in hens by modelling is the given focus in one paper. The topics covered in the other papers include the following: introduction to modelling in the animal sciences, different approaches to modelling animal systems; basic concepts describing animal growth and feed intake; modelling populations for purposes of optimization; advancements in empirical models for prediction and prescription; nutrient flow models, energy transactions and energy feed systems; evaluation of animal genotypes through model inversion; considerations for representing microenvironmental conditions in simulation models for broiler chickens; use of physiological models to define environmental control strategies; comparison of pig growth models from the genetic point of view; model of metabolism in the sow; and place of models in the new technologies of production systems.
In: Theodorou, M.K. and France, J. (eds) Feeding Systems and Feed Evaluation
Models. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 129–154. Chamberlain, A.T. and
Wilkinson, J.M. (1993) Feeding the Dairy Cow. Chalcombe Publications, Lincoln
Author: Phillips, C.J.C.
This introductory level textbook covers the welfare and environmental implications of producing cattle as well as traditional subjects such as nutrition, reproduction and housing. Its broad, international coverage includes feedlot systems, transport, subsistence farming systems and the contribution of cattle production systems to land, air and water pollution. It is an invaluable resource for undergraduate students of animal science, veterinary medicine and agriculture, as well as diploma and certificate courses and industry personnel.
Feeding systems and feed evaluation models . CAB Int . , Wallingford , Oxon , UK
. Poppi , D.P. , and S.R. McLennan . 1995. Protein and energy utilization by
ruminants at pasture . J. Anim . Sci . 73 : 278–290 . Poppi , D.P. , S.R. McLennan ,
Author: Lowell E. Moser
Publisher: Amer Society of Agronomy
"""The only review of warm season and tropical grasses that covers all the major genera."" - James P. Muir, Texas A&M University Research and Extension Center The warm season grasses are the major forage resources for ruminant livestock production in the tropical and subtropical areas of the world. In the U.S. warm season grasses are also playing a major role in prairie restoration. A companion book to Cool Season Forage Grasses. "
Feeding systems for horses . Chap . 11. In : Feeding systems and feed evaluation
models . Theodorou , M.K. , France J. , Ed . Cabi Publishing , Oxon , U.K. , NY ,
USA , p . 239-274 . Cymbaluk , N. , 1990. Comparison of forage digestion by ...
Author: Raymond J. Geor
A collection of research and review papers presented at KER conferences featuring international authorities on equine nutrition, sports medicine and veterinary topics. They have refined nutritional requirements of horses, and discovered ways to effectively deliver nutrients for horses in all athletic endeavors, to achieve optimal growth in young horses, and to ensure nutrient requirements are being fulfilled in reproductively active horses.
Pp. 87–107 in Feeding Systems and Feed Evaluation Models, M. K. Theodorou
and J. France, eds. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing. Rodehutscord, M., and E.
Pfeffer. 1999. Maintenance requirement for digestible energy and efficiency of ...
Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
Aquaculture now supplies half of the seafood and fisheries products consumed worldwide and is gaining international significance as a source of food and income. Future demands for seafood and fisheries products can only be met by expanded aquaculture production. Such production will likely become more intensive and will depend increasingly on nutritious and efficient aquaculture feeds containing ingredients from sustainable sources. To meet this challenge, Nutrient Requirements of Fish and Shrimp provides a comprehensive summary of current knowledge about nutrient requirements of fish and shrimp and supporting nutritional science. This edition incorporates new material and significant updates to information in the 1993 edition. It also examines the practical aspects of feeding of fish and shrimp. Nutrient Requirements of Fish and Shrimp will be a key resource for everyone involved in aquaculture and for others responsible for the feeding and care of fish and shrimp. It will also aid scientists in developing new and improved approaches to satisfy the demands of the growing aquaculture industry.
In : M.K. Theodorou and J. France ( eds ) Feeding Systems and Feed Evaluation
Models . CAB International , Wallingford , UK . pp . 35-52 . Potter , G.D. 1981. Use
of cottonseed meal in rations for young horses . Feedstuffs ( December 28 ) : 29 ...
Author: Andrea D. Ellis
The dynamic interaction between feed characteristics, the physiology of the animal and processes of nutrient absorption are examined in depth, drawing on a biological approach to solving problems associated with nutrition as well as an applied approach for the equine industry. This involves analyzing current feed evaluation systems to quantify the digestive process and the requirements of the horse. A balance needs to be maintained between feeds available, the biology of digestion and nutrient requirements. This book aims to blend theoretical knowledge and practical feed management by creating an understanding of the physiological processes which form the basis for practical rationing.
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363-391. Blaxter, K.L., 1972. Fasting metabolism and energy required by animals
for maintenance. In: Festskrift til Knud Breirem, Mariendals Boktrykkeri A.S.,
Author: D. Sauvant
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
For more than 30 years, modelling has been an important method for integrating, in a flexible, comprehensive and widely applicable way, basic knowledge and biological concepts on digestion and metabolism in farm animals. The purpose of this book is to present the 'state of art' in this area. The chapters are written by leading teams and researchers in this field of study, mainly from Europe, North America and Australasia. Considerable progress has been made in topics dealing with: modelling methods, feeding behaviour, digestion and metabolic processes in ruminants and monogastric animals. This progress is clearly illustrated by the emergence of a new paradigm in animal nutrition, which has moved from the aim to cover the requirements of the animal to explaining and predicting the responses of the animals to diets (e.g., productivity and efficiency, impact on quality of products, environmental aspects, health and well-being). In this book several chapters illustrate that through empirical models, meta-analysis is an efficient tool to synthesize information gathered over recent decades. In addition, compared with other books on modelling farm animal nutrition, two new aspects received particular attention: expanding knowledge of the individual animal to understanding the functioning and management of herds, and the consideration of the environmental impact of animal production. This book is a valuable source of information for researchers, nutritionists, advisors, and graduate students who want to have up-to-date and concise information on mathematical modelling applied to farm animals.
Theodorou MK and France J ( 2000 ) Feeding Systems and Wiseman J and Cole
DJA ( 1990 ) Feed Evaluation . London : Feed Evaluation Models . London : CAB
International . Butterworths . van Barneveld RJ ( 1999 ) Chemical and physical ...
Author: Colin Wrigley
Publisher: Academic Press
The Encyclopedia of Grain Science is an in-depth and authoritative reference covering all areas of grain science. Coverage includes everything from the genetics of grains to the commercial, economic and social aspects of this important food source. Also covered are the biology and chemistry of grains, the applied aspects of grain production and the processing of grains into various food and beverage products. With the paramount role of cereals as a global food source, this Encyclopedia is sure to become the standard reference work in the field of science. Also available online via ScienceDirect - featuring extensive browsing, searching, and internal cross-referencing between articles in the work, plus dynamic linking to journal articles and abstract databases, making navigation flexible and easy. For more information, pricing options and availability visit www.info.sciencedirect.com. Foreword by Professor Geoff H.O. Palmer OBE, Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE), for "services to grain science"--QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HONOURS LIST Contains over 150 articles Includes "Further Reading" lists at the end of each article Many figures and tables illustrate the text and a colour plate section is contained in each volume