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Ruminant Formula For The Future: Nutrition Or Pathology?: Elevating Performance And Health

Books from same Author: Sylvie Andrieu and Helen Warren

Books from same Publisher: Wageningen Academic Publishers

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    Author(s)Sylvie Andrieu and Helen Warren
    PublisherWageningen Academic Publishers
    ISBN9789086861057
    Pages96
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJune 2009

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    Wageningen Academic Publishers Ruminant Formula For The Future: Nutrition Or Pathology?: Elevating Performance And Health by Sylvie Andrieu and Helen Warren

    In an ever changing market, ruminant milk and meat production must continually develop cost-effective ways to promote animal health, performance and product safety. Food safety and traceability, as well as animal welfare are beginning to play key roles in consumer decisions. However, these deliverables can often increase already excessive production costs meaning that producers must look to new technologies, such as nutritional solutions, in order to maximise production efficiency. The link between animal nutrition and health is well founded and now needs to be exploited further in order to ensure a progressive industry. It is becoming clear that nutritional influences at pivotal stages in dairy and beef production can positively impact rumen and gut health and, subsequently, performance. There has been particular focus on transition period and antioxidant nutrition, acknowledging the changing needs of the modern, high-producing animal. The threat of mycotoxins highlights the issue of climate change and its impact on modern animal production. Solutions are required that minimise or eliminate that threat if the issue is to remain and effective knowledge transfer initiatives must be integrated into all advisory services.‘Ruminant formula for the future: nutrition or pathology? Elevating performance and health’ unites the relevant expertise of re