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Vishal Mudgal
Vishal Mudgal: Assistant Professor and Scientist, Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Jabalpur-482 004, Madhya Pradesh, India

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The book has been written specifically to cater the need of undergraduate/postgraduate students of veterinary science by providing all the needed information comprehensively, as per the new VCI regulations, modified in the year 2009-2010 on animal nutrition subject at a single course. Complete information in a comprehensible way is the watchword of the book. The book consists of three parts and each part provides a structured approach to learning by covering all the topics in a uniform and systematic format. The topics under each part have been carefully designed to conform to the VCI syllabus. Part I deals with principles of animal nutrition and feed technology which comprehensively covered about the proximate principles and estimation of common macro elements like calcium and phosphorus. It also includes about the cell wall fractionation and estimation of common toxic principles present in feeds. Part II deals with applied animal nutrition-I, where the feeding on ruminant animals specifically the cattle, buffalo, sheep and goats in their different physiological stages are discussed and requirements of different nutrients as well as formulation of their respective ration has been taken care of. Part III deals with applied animal nutrition-II, where the feeding on non-ruminant animals specifically the swine and poultry in their different physiological stages are discussed and requirements of different nutrients as well as formulation of their respective diet has been taken care of. In addition to that principles of mixing and compounding of feed has also been considered. The book is similarly useful for the post graduate students of animal sciences, teachers and scientists of animal nutrition discipline, personnel of feed industry involved in feed manufacturing and marketing, field veterinarian, animal husbandry extension worker and progressive animal farmers and animal lovers.

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  2. Familiarization of Various Feedstuffs, Fodders and their Selection

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  3. Preparation and Processing of Various Samples for Analysis

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  4. Proximate Principles or Weende’s System of Analysis

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  5. Estimation of Moisture and Dry Matter (DM)

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  6. Estimation of Total Ash and Organic Matter (OM)

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  7. Estimation of Acid Insoluble Ash (AIA)

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  8. Estimation of Crude Protein (CP)

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  9. Estimation of Ether Extract (EE)

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  10. Estimation of Crude Fiber (CF)

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    Estimation of Nitrogen Free Extractive (NFE)

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    Estimation of Calcium

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    Estimation of Phosphorus

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    Detergent Method of Forage Analysis

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    Quantitative Detections of Undesirable Constituents and Common Adulterants of the Feed

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    Silage Making

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    Conduction of Digestion Trial in Ruminants

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    Conduction of Metabolism Trial to Determine Nitrogen Retention

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    Calculation of Nutritive Value of Feedstuffs (In Terms of DCP, TDN and SE)

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    Nutritive Value of Common Feedstuffs in Ruminant’s Diet

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    Preparation of Concentrate Mixture or Calf Starter or Creep Ration

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    Nutrient Requirements for Dairy Cattle and Buffaloes

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    Formulation of Rations for Dairy Cattle and Buffaloes

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    Nutrient Requirements and Formulation of Ration for Sheep

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    Nutrient Requirements and Formulation of Ration for Goats

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    Method for Improving the Nutritive Value of Poor Quality Roughages (Urea ammoniation)

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    Feeding of Livestock during Scarcity Conditions

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    Nutrient Requirements and Formulation of Diet for Swine

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    Nutrient Requirements and Formulation of Diet for Poultry

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    Principles of Compounding and Mixing of Feeds

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