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Achieving sustainable production of pig meat Volume 1

Edited by Prof. Alan Mathew

Pig meat is the most widely-consumed meat in the world. This volume addresses some of the key challenges facing pig farming such as the continuing threat from zoonoses, ways of maintaining and improving meat quality as well as making pig production more sustainable.

About the Editor

Dr Mathew is Professor and Head of Animal Sciences at Purdue University, USA. Professor Mathew was formerly Head of Animal Sciences at the University of Tennessee. He has published widely on pre-harvest food safety, specifically the effects of nutrition and animal management on the occurrence and antibiotic resistance of pathogens on the farm.
Publication date: 08 June 2018 Number of pages: 290



£130.00
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Achieving sustainable production of pig meat Volume 3

Edited by Prof. Julian Wiseman

Maintaining animal health and high standards of animal welfare are seen as key to sustainable livestock production. This volume reviews the effective management of diseases affecting pigs as well as ways of defining and promoting animal welfare in pig production.

About the Editor

Dr Julian Wiseman is Professor of Animal Production at the University of Nottingham, UK. He has published widely in the area of non-ruminant nutrition, presented papers at some of the leading international conferences in this area and has written or edited a number of books on animal nutrition. He is co-organiser of the annual Nottingham Feed Conference.
Publication date: 12 March 2018 Number of pages: 326



£140.00
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Achieving sustainable production of pig meat Volume 2

Edited by Prof. Julian Wiseman

Pig production faces many hurdles in meeting increasing global demand sustainably. This volume discusses advances in breeding to improve both productivity and quality. It also reviews key developments in improving animal nutrition.

About the Editor

Dr Julian Wiseman is Professor of Animal Production at the University of Nottingham, UK. He has published widely in the area of non-ruminant nutrition, presented papers at some of the leading international conferences in this area and has written or edited a number of books on animal nutrition. He is co-organiser of the annual Nottingham Feed Conference.
Publication date: 09 October 2017 Number of pages: 340



£160.00
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