for pigs, poultry, cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits, horses and fish
This book is the result of collaborative work between INRA and the Association Française de Zootechnie (AFZ). The tables in this book present the chemical composition and nutritional values of the feed materials fed to the main farm species.
The feed materials included in this publication are used both in the formulation of compound feeds and as straight feedstuffs (concentrates and by-products).
The values of chemical composition were mainly obtained using field data collected by AFZ from laboratories specialising in animal feeding (the data base includes over one million values). The nutritional values result principally from experimental work performed by INRA and its partners.
The data used take into account the evolution in feed materials and nutritional concepts. Important characteristics have been introduced, namely net energy for pigs (growing pigs and sows), amino acid digestibility, mineral availability and starch degradability for ruminants.
Publisher: Wageningen Academic Publishers
This book weighs: 590g
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