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    1. Whittemore, CT; Green, DM; Knap, PW
      Technical review of the energy and protein requirements of growing pigs: food intake

      ANIMAL SCIENCE
    2. Chenost, M; Aufrere, J; Macheboeuf, D
      The gas-test technique as a tool for predicting the energetic value of forage plants

      ANIMAL RESEARCH
    3. Farmer, C; Sorensen, MT
      Factors affecting mammary development in gilts

      LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SCIENCE
    4. Blummel, M; Lebzien, P
      Predicting ruminal microbial efficiencies of dairy rations by in vitro techniques

      LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SCIENCE
    5. Gelineau, A; Boujard, T
      Oral administration of cholecystokinin receptor antagonists increase feed intake in rainbow trout

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    6. Renaudeau, D; Quiniou, N; Noblet, J
      Effects of exposure to high ambient temperature and dietary protein level on performance of multiparous lactating sows

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    7. de Waal, HO; Combrinck, WJ
      The development of the Dorper, its nutrition and a perspective of the grazing ruminant on veld

      SMALL RUMINANT RESEARCH
    8. Yamamoto, T; Shima, T; Unuma, T; Shiraishi, M; Akiyama, T; Tabata, M
      Voluntary intake of diets with varying digestible energy contents and energy sources, by juvenile rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss, using self-feeders

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    9. Yang, H; Pettigrew, JE; Johnston, LJ; Shurson, GC; Walker, RD
      Lactational and subsequent reproductive responses of lactating sows to dietary lysine (protein) concentration

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    10. Blummel, M; Schroder, A; Sudekum, KH; Becker, K
      Estimating ruminal microbial efficiencies in silage-fed cattle: comparisonof an in vitro method with a combination of in situ and in vivo measurements

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY AND ANIMAL NUTRITION-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR TIERPHYSIOLOGIE TIERERNAHRUNG UND FUTTERMITTELKUNDE
    11. Iantcheva, N; Steingass, H; Todorov, N; Pavlov, D
      A comparison of in vitro rumen fluid and enzymatic methods to predict digestibility and energy value of grass and alfalfa hay

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    12. Fiems, LO; Cottyn, BG; Boucque, CV; Vanacker, JM; De Campeneere, S
      Effect of different degraded protein balances (OEB) on the performance of beef bulls and on digestibility and rumen fermentation in sheep

      NETHERLANDS JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    13. Baras, E; Tissier, F; Philippart, JC; Melard, C
      Sibling cannibalism among juvenile vundu under controlled conditions. II. Effect of body weight and environmental variables on the periodicity and intensity of type II cannibalism

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    14. Quiniou, N; Noblet, J
      Influence of high ambient temperatures on performance of multiparous lactating sows

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    15. BOROWIEC F; FURGAL K; KAMINSKI J; ZAJAC T
      NUTRITIVE-VALUE OF SILAGE MADE OF WHOLE BARLEY CROP HARVESTED AT VARIOUS STAGES OF MATURITY

      Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences
    16. MEDALE F; BOUJARD T; VALLEE F; BLANC D; MAMBRINI M; ROEM A; KAUSHIK SJ
      VOLUNTARY FEED-INTAKE, NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS LOSSES IN RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS) FED INCREASING DIETARY LEVELS OF SOY PROTEIN-CONCENTRATE

      Aquatic living resources
    17. BARRY TN; WILSON PR; SEMIADI G
      GROWTH, VOLUNTARY FOOD-INTAKE AND DIGESTION IN FARMED TEMPERATE AND TROPICAL DEER

      Acta veterinaria Hungarica
    18. TOUCHETTE KJ; ALLEE GL; NEWCOMB MD; BOYD RD
      THE LYSINE REQUIREMENT OF LACTATING PRIMIPAROUS SOWS

      Journal of animal science
    19. BOUJARD T; LEGOUVELLO R
      VOLUNTARY FEED-INTAKE AND DISCRIMINATION OF DIETS CONTAINING A NOVEL FLUOROQUINOLONE IN SELF-FED RAINBOW-TROUT

      Aquatic living resources
    20. XUE JL; KOKETSU Y; DIAL GD; PETTIGREW J; SOWER A
      GLUCOSE-TOLERANCE, LUTEINIZING-HORMONE RELEASE, AND REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE OF FIRST-LITTER SOWS FED 2 LEVELS OF ENERGY DURING GESTATION

      Journal of animal science
    21. BLUMMEL M; STEINGAB H; BECKER K
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION, IN-VITRO MICROBIAL BIOMASS YIELD AND N-15 INCORPORATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PREDICTION OF VOLUNTARY FEED-INTAKE OF ROUGHAGES

      British Journal of Nutrition
    22. BLUMMEL M; BECKER K
      THE DEGRADABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF 54 ROUGHAGES AND ROUGHAGE NEUTRAL-DETERGENT FIBERS AS DESCRIBED BY IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO VOLUNTARY FEED-INTAKE

      British Journal of Nutrition
    23. WESTON RH
      SOME ASPECTS OF CONSTRAINT TO FORAGE CONSUMPTION BY RUMINANTS

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    24. DOVE H
      CONSTRAINTS TO THE MODELING OF DIET SELECTION AND INTAKE IN THE GRAZING RUMINANT

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    25. DYNES RA
      THE ANIMAL - OPTIONS FOR MANAGING INTAKE

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    26. ROOKE JA
      THE EFFECT OF INCREASING THE ACIDITY OR OSMOLALITY OF GRASS-SILAGE BYTHE ADDITION OF FREE OR PARTIALLY NEUTRALIZED LACTIC-ACID ON SILAGE INTAKE BY SHEEP AND UPON OSMOLALITY AND ACID-BASE-BALANCE

      Animal Science
    27. INGVARTSEN KL; SEJRSEN K; KLASTRUP S; FOLDAGER J
      EFFECT OF IMMUNIZATION AGAINST SOMATOSTATIN ON ANTIBODY-BINDING CAPACITY AND AFFINITY, HORMONE CONCENTRATIONS, PERFORMANCE AND CARCASS AND MEAT QUALITY IN YOUNG FRIESIAN BULLS

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section A, Animal science
    28. BOUJARD T
      DIEL RHYTHMS OF FEEDING-ACTIVITY IN THE EUROPEAN CATFISH, SILURUS-GLANIS

      Physiology & behavior
    29. DOURMAD JY; ETIENNE M; PRUNIER A; NOBLET J
      THE EFFECT OF ENERGY AND PROTEIN-INTAKE OF SOWS ON THEIR LONGEVITY - A REVIEW

      Livestock production science
    30. DOURMAD JY; ETIENNE M; PRUNIER A; NOBLET J
      THE EFFECT OF ENERGY AND PROTEIN-INTAKE OF SOWS ON THEIR LONGEVITY - A REVIEW

      Livestock production science
    31. STENSIG T; WEISBJERG MR; MADSEN J; HVELPLUND T
      ESTIMATION OF VOLUNTARY FEED-INTAKE FROM INSACCO DEGRADATION AND RATEOF PASSAGE OF DM OR NDF

      Livestock production science
    32. INGVARTSEN KL; WEISBJERG MR
      JERSEY COWS HAVE A HIGHER FEED-INTAKE CAPACITY AND HIGHER RATE OF PASSAGE THAN FRIESIAN COWS

      Archiv fur Tierzucht


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