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close this bookBetter Farming Series 08 - Animal Husbandry: Feeding and Care of Animals (FAO - INADES, 1976, 38 p.)
close this folderFeeding animals
View the documentWhy animals must be well fed
View the documentHow food is used in the animal's body
View the documentNot all animals digest food in the same way
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View the documentFoods that give nitrogen must be chosen
View the documentValues of certain foods
View the documentWhat is a mineral supplement?
View the documentVitamins
View the documentGiving the animals water to drink
View the documentFood needs of animals
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Animals need vitamins.
Vitamins help in the development of muscles.
Only very small amounts of vitamins are needed.
Vitamins are found chiefly in grass and fruits.
It is good for all animals, even pigs and chickens, to eat a little grass.