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Animal Production And Animal Science Worldwide: Waap Book Of The Year 2007

Books from same Author: A Rosati and A Tewolde and C Mosconi

Books from same Publisher: Wageningen Academic Publishers

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    Author(s)A Rosati and A Tewolde and C Mosconi
    PublisherWageningen Academic Publishers
    Publish YearNovember 2008


    Wageningen Academic Publishers Animal Production And Animal Science Worldwide: Waap Book Of The Year 2007 by A Rosati and A Tewolde and C Mosconi

    This "World Association for Animal Production (WAAP) Book of the Year" series, now in its fourth volume, grows each year in its popularity. The authors are selected for their expertise in a specific field of the animal science. It is intended to constantly update animal scientists, industry representatives, animal breeders and extension service personnel with all the aspects considered relevant in each specific field of animal science. The book offers an updated and complete picture of the animal industry and of livestock science worldwide. We maintain the book's successful four section structure for easy access to the information.The first section of the book deals with livestock industry and possible application of research developments in the various continents. The following section reports updates about development of research in the various disciplines in the entire animal science field. The third section contains interesting articles on 'free subjects', of broad interest. We were told by readers of the previous volumes that this is the most popular section for the variety of actual and interesting topics for readers. The final section shows, like every year, detailed statistics of extraordinary importance in the animal industry. This book is generally recognized as one of the very few practical resources of comprehensive statistical information related to