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by R. Sylvester-Bradley,J. Wiseman

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R. Sylvester-Bradley,J. Wiseman
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Julian Wiseman has worked at the University of Nottingham, UK for many years. He has translated 3 books from French into English

Julian Wiseman has worked at the University of Nottingham, UK for many years. These include topics such as animal feedstuffs, poultry, rabbit, and ruminant production. He has translated 3 books from French into English. Professor Wiseman has been a co-author of 11 volumes of the annual series "Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition," published by Nottingham University Press.

Sylvester-Bradley, . Wiseman, . Easter School in Agricultural Science. Nottingham University Press. 9781904761235,9781904761235.

Nottingham: Nottingham University Press (2005), pp. 651, £7. 0.

Yields of Farmed Species book. Hardcover, 652 pages. Published January 1st 2005 by Nottingham University Press. Presenting various solutions to issues facing the yields of farm. Yields of Farmed Species: Constraints and Opportunities in the 21st Century. Yields of Farmed Species: Constraints and Opportunities in the 21st Century (University of Nottingham Easter School in Agricultural Science). 1904761232 (ISBN13: 9781904761235).

Wiseman, R. Sylvester-Bradley. Can we expect the dramatic increases of the last century to continue? What are the yield potentials of the species which are farmed now?

Wiseman, R. Can we expect the dramatic increases of the last century to continue? What are the yield potentials of the species which are farmed now? How will new technologies affect yields achieved in future decades? To what extent will pests, pathogens, competing demands for resources, or scruples about farming processes, curtail our ability to innovate in the production of food? Solutions to these and other issues are debated in this volume.

J Wiseman, R Sylvester-Bradley. Can we expect the dramatic increases of the last century to continue? What are the yield potentials of the species which are farmed now?

J Wiseman, R Sylvester-Bradley.

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Nottingham University Easter School in Agricultural Science; 60). Grandin, T. and Deesing, . ed. (2014) Genetics and the behaviour of domestic animals 2nd edn. Academic Press. and France, J. (2000).

Can we expect the dramatic increases of the last century to continue? What are the yield potentials of the species which are farmed now? How will new technologies affect yields achieved in future decades? To what extent will pests, pathogens, competing demands for resources, or scruples about farming processes, curtail our ability to innovate in the production of food? Solutions to these and other issues are debated in this volume.