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Article published the January 31, 2007:

Maximising nutrient utilisation: from enzymes to nutraceuticals

Toward the end of last century a major lifestyle trend emerged in the developing nations emphasizing wellness and disease prevention in the human population rather than treatment therapies. This focus is expect...
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Prof Paul MoughanVelmurugu Ravindran
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Article published the December 29, 2006:

Re-imagining the feed industry: focus on price, perception and policy

Global agricultural is in turmoil. World trade barriers are coming down. The EU Common Agricultural Policy and the US supports may become a thing of the past, opening up markets and leveling the playing field. ...
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Article published the December 19, 2006:

Use Yeast Culture to Feed the Rumen First

Healthy rumen microbe populations are important to dairy cows. Flourishing microbial populations can provide 50% to 80% of a dairy cow's daily protein requirement and up to 80% of its energy requirements. The r...
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Article published the December 13, 2006:

Adding value to pet food by utilizing the latest developments in nutrition

IntroductionAdding value to pet food today requires a two-fold approach. The first goal is to improve nutrition of the pet for a longer, healthier life and the second is to bring nutrition into focus such that ...
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Article published the December 6, 2006:

The Impact of Plant Extracts on the Immune System

Recent trends and developments in the area of animal nutrition have been characterized by an increasing interest in the potential impact of plants, herbs and spices on the immune function of animals (Tabl...
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Article published the November 28, 2006:

How Far Can We Go in Improving Animal Performance?

The animal production sector has undergone remarkable changes during the last decades. Ongoing progress in breeding through selection towards higher growth rates and improved reproductive traits has resul...
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Article published the November 24, 2006:

Will the global supply of nutrients continue to meet the demands of the feed industry?

Introduction Population growth and increased affluence have resulted in dietary changes and a large increase in animal and feed production over the past 2 decades. Shortage in the supply of nutrients to feed ev...
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Article published the November 20, 2006:

Yeast culture may support greater feed efficiency

Dairy producers are looking for means to increase feed efficiency, and improvements in feed efficiency can positively affect herd profitability even when changes in production or feed intake or both may be slig...
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Article published the November 13, 2006:

Animal feeding in Europe: challenges and opportunities

IntroductionAnimal nutrition in the European Union (EU) has been affected by several crises, such as the mad cow scandal (BSE), meat hormone residues, dioxin contamination, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)...
Author/s :
Prof. Joaquim Brufau
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Article published the November 7, 2006:

New technologies for superior fish feed characteristics?

Technological advances, which focus on both cost savings in the form of reduced down time as well as optimal flexibility in terms of capacity and quality, have been in demand by the industry.The physical qualit...
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Anne Mette Lorenzen
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