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    Sheep Nutrition
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    Pages: 400
    Publisher: CABI Publishing
    Edition: 2002
    Language: English
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    This book provides a review of the current state of knowledge on all aspects of the nutrition of sheep. Although the main emphasis is on sheep grazing temperate pastures, there is also coverage of the nutrition of intensively reared lambs and of grazing in extensive rangelands. The book will be suitable for advanced undergraduate students, as well as postgraduates and research workers. Contents include intake of feed, digestion and metabolism; use of energy and protein for maintenance, pregnancy, milk production, wool growth and weight gain; and trace elements and parasite/nutrient interactions


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