Catalog

Record Details

Catalogue Search



Nutrition conference for feed manufacturers, 8 / edited by Henry Swan and Dyfed Lewis.

Image of item

Electronic resources

Subject: Feeds > Congresses.
Animal nutrition > Congresses.
Proteins in animal nutrition > Congresses.
Genre: Electronic books.

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781483164243
  • ISBN: 1483164241
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (279 pages)
  • Publisher: London : Butterworths, 1974.

Content descriptions

General Note: Chapter 9. The Use of Processed Straw in Rations for Ruminants.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Front Cover; Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers; Copyright Page; Preface; Table of Contents; Session One: Introductory Session; Chapter 1. World Protein Supplies; WORLD SOURCES AND SUPPLY OF PROTEINS; THE USE OF CONTRACTS TO ENSURE AVAILABILITY OF IMPORTED PROTEINS IN THE UK; THE FUTURE; CONCLUSION; DISCUSSION; Session Two: Protein Nutrition of Farm Livestock; Chapter 2. Protein and Amino-Acid Requirements of Poultry, Pigs and Ruminants; INTRODUCTION; ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS; AMINO-ACID REQUIREMENTS IN THE PIG; NITROGEN METABOLISM IN RUMINAI TS; RUMINAL DEGRADATION OF DIETARU PROTEIN.
MICROBIAL PROTEIN SYNTHESISPROTEIN/AMINO-ACID REQUIREMENTS; REFERENCES; DISCUSSION; Chapter 3. Alternative Sources of Protein; INTRODUCTION; THE PRE-RUMINANT CALF; PIGS AND POULTRY; SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; DISCUSSION; Chapter 4. Problems of Amino-Acid Availability; INTRODUCTION; OTHER EXAMPLES OF DAMAGE; SIMPLER QUALITY TESTS; PROCEDURES FOR MEASURING 'REACTIVE' LYSINE; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; DISCUSSION; Chapter 5. The Use of Synthetic Amino Acids; THE CONCEPT OF A LIMITING FACTOR; THE PRINCIPLE OF SUPPLEMENTATION; THE ANIMALS' AMINO-ACID REQUIREMENTS.
ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY AND AMINO-ACID CONTENT OF INDUSTRIAL FEEDSAVAILABILITY OF AMINO ACIDS; ECONOMIC FACTORS AFFECTING THE USE OF AMINO ACIDS SOURCES OF PROTEIN SUPPLY FOR THE ANIMAL FEED INDUSTRY; SYNTHETIC AMINO ACID AVAILABLE ON THE INDUSTRIAL SCALE; AMINO ACIDS, PROTEIN SPARING FACTORS; AMINO ACIDS AS PROTE IN-SPARING FACTORS IN THE FRENCH MARKET; NEW APPLICATIONS -- RUMINANTS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; DISCUSSION; Chapter 6. Non-Protein Nitrogen as an Alternative Nitrogen Source; INTRODUCTION; FACTORS CONTROLLING THE USE OF NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN BY RUMINANTS; PALATABILITY OF THE DIET.
LEVEL OF DIETARY PROTEINRATE OF HYDROLYSIS OF THE NPN SOURCE; ABSORPTION OF AMMONIA; SYNTHESIS OF MICROBIAL PROTEIN; ADARTATION TO NPN; QUALITY OF PROTEIN AVAILABLE TO THE HOST ANIMAL; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; DISCUSSION; Panel Discussion; Session Three: The Nutritive Value of Conserved Forages; Chapter 7. The Nutritive Value of Silages; CHANGES IN COMPOSITION DURING ENSILING; THE EFFECT OF ENSILING ON NUTRITIVE VALUE; DIGESTIBILITY AND METABOLISABLE ENERGY; EFFICIENCY OF UTILISATION OF METABOLISABLE ENERGY; NITROGEN UTILISATION; INTAKE OF SILAGE; SILAGE EVALUATION.
DIGESTIBILITY AND METABOLISABLE ENERGYPROTEIN VALUE; INTAKE; SCHEME OF ANALYSIS; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; Chapter 8. The Use of Dried Grass in Ruminant Feeding; VARIATIONS IN THE QUALITY OF DRIED GREEN CROPS; A GRADING SCHEME FOR DRIED GREEN CROPS; PHYSICAL COMPOSITION OF DRIED GREEN CROPS; FEEDING SYSTEMS FOR RUMINANTS INCORPORATING DRIED FORAGES; DRIED FORAGES AS THE MAJOR PART OF THE RATION; DRIED FORAGES AS REPLACEMENTS FOR COMPOUND FEEDS; ASSOCIATIVE FEEDING EFFECTS WHEN SILAGES AND DRIED FORAGES ARE GIVEN TOGETHER; FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR DRIED GRASS IN RUMINANT FEEDING; REFERENCES.
Source of Description Note: Print version record.

Additional Resources