Animal Nutrition: A Ready Recokner

by Tapan Das, Bikas Chandra Debnath & Goutam Mondal
ISBN: 9789387973862 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 304 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2020
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 19.5 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA
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This book will serve the long standing need of the students, teachers, research workers and other stake holders. The book will be helpful to the students and researchers in developing basic understanding of Animal Welfare sciences.

Tapan Kumar Das is working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Instructional Livestock Farm Complex (Animal Nutrition), College of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, R.K. Nagar since 2012.

Bikas Chandra Debnath is working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, R.K. Nagar since 2011.

Goutam Mondal is working as Senior Scientist in the Department of Animal Nutrition, ICAR-National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal since 2012.

1. History of Nutrition and Nutritional Terms, 2. Comparative Composition of Animal Body and Plants, 3. The Role and Requirement of Water, 4. Classification of Feeds and Fodders, Availability and Importance, 5. Weende System of Proximate Analysis, 6. Carbohydrates in Animal Nutrition,7. Protein in Animal Nutrition, 8. Fats in Animal Nutrition, 9. Vitaminsin Animal Nutrition, 10. Mineralsin Animal Nutrition, 11. Evaluation of Feeds for Energy for Ruminants and Nonruminants, 12. Evaluation of Feeds for Protein for Ruminants and Nonruminants, 13. Introduction to Feed Technology, Processing of Concentrate and Roughage, 14. Conservation of Livestock Feed Through Silage and Hay, 15. Anti-Nutritional Constituents of Feeds and Fodders,16. Feed Additivesin Animal Nutrition, 17. Importance of Scientific Feeding – Feeding Experiments, 18. Evaluation of Feed by Digestion Experiment,19. History of Feeding Standard, 20. Feeding of Cows and Buffaloes ,21. Feeding of Sheep and Goats, 22. Utilization of Non-Protein-Nitrogen (NPN) Substances by Ruminants, 23. Metabolic Disorder and Nutritional Interventions, 24. Avian Nutrition (Poultry, Duck, Japanese Quail), 25. Swine Nutrition, 26. Horse Nutrition, 27. Nutrition of Laboratory Animals,28. Dog and Cat Nutrition, 29. Feeding and Nutritional Management of Zoo Animals, 30. Rumen Microbiology