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FAO ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS Rome, 2004 1 PROTEIN SOURCES FOR THE ANIMAL FEED INDUSTRY Expert Consultation and Workshop Bangkok, 29 April – 3 May 2002 p r o c ee ding s
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Protein Sources for the Animal Feed Industry iii Content Foreword v Executive Summary ix World Animal Feed Industry - R. Gilbert 1 Overview of world feed protein needs and supply – A.W. Speedy 9 Protein nutrition requirements of farmed livestock and dietary supply – E.L. Miller 29 Practical production of protein for food animals - S.A. Chadd, W.P. Davies and J.M. Koivisto 77 Innovative developments in the production and delivery of alternative protein sources for animal feeds with emphasis on nutritionally enhanced crops – D.L. Hard 125 Proteins from oilseeds - N. Bajjalieh 141 Lysine and other amino acids for feed: production and contribution to protein utilization in animal feeding – Y. Toride 161 The role of high lysine cereals in animal and human nutrition in Asia – S.K. Vasal 167
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iv Nutritional evaluation and utilization of quality protein maize (QPM) in animal feed - Guang-Hai Qi , Qi-Yu Diao, Yan Tu, Shu- Geng Wu and Shi-Huang Zhang 185 Current livestock production and protein sources as animal feeds in Thailand – M. Wanapat 199 Developments in the Indian feed and poultry industry and formulation of rations based on local resources – V. Balakrishnan 215 Requirements for protein meals for ruminant meat production in developing countries – R.A. Leng 225 Real and perceived issues involving animal proteins – C.R. Hamilton 255 Codes of good management practice (GMP) for the animal feed industry, with particular reference to proteins and protein by- products - W.A. McIlmoyle 277 The use of food waste as a protein source for animal feed - Current status and technological development in Japan – T. Kawashima 303
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