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Enhancing animal welfare and farmer income through strategic animal feeding : some case studies
[editor, Harinder P.S. Makkar].
Table of Contents
Reducing variability in nutrient consumption: improving health, welfare and profitability of dairy cows fed total mixed rations / Trevor J. DeVries -- Improving the welfare of dairy goats: feeding behaviour identifies goats at risk of subacute rumen acidosis / Sylvie Giger-Reverdin, Daniel Sauvant and Christine Duvaux-Ponter -- Yerba mate (Ilex paraguariensis) as strategic supplement for dairy cows / Pietro Celi -- Increasing profit in free-range poultry production systems through improved welfare-the use of nutritional interventions / Oluyinka A. Olukosi -- Improving animal welfare and economic sustainability in bull-fattening systems in France: a comparison of three different feeding programmes / M.M. Mialon ... [et al.] -- Seasonal weight loss - an assessment of losses and implications for animal welfare and production in the tropics: southern Africa and western Australia as case studies / Luís Alfaro Cardoso and André M. de Almeida -- Managing the costs of metritis: using feeding behaviour to facilitate disease detection and improve dairy cattle welfare / Juliana M. Huzzey and Marina A.G. von Keyserlingk -- Proper feeding improves welfare, calf performance and future productivity of dairy calves / Alex Bach -- Management issues with dry cows and a new feeding system for improved health, welfare, and performance / David E. Beever -- The relationship between nutritional status and bovine welfare associated to adoption of intensive silvopastoral systems in tropical conditions / Ariel Marcel Tarazona M ... [et al.] -- Use of nutraceuticals for improving animal health during the transition period of dairy cows / G. Bertoni, P. Grossi P. and E. Trevisi.