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The global market value for feed additives products was estimated at US$16.1 billion in 2010 and is expected to reach $27.6 billion in 2017. Additives have become an essential part of feed manufacture and animal nutrition for high-quality global meat production which explains this rapid growth.
The success of modern animal production in supplying large quantities of low-cost feed to the human population depends to a large extent on the judicious and creative use of feed additives. The development and introduction of various new feed additives is a major and practical solution to improve the efficiency of animal production, to alleviate environmental pollution, to maintain animal health and welfare and to ensure that food is safe and of good quality.
Introduction 1 Feed Additive Legislation 2 Feed Additives 2 Feed Materials 3 Veterinary Medicinal Products 4 Legislation in the USA 4 2. Identity and Functional Properties of Feed Additives 5 Organic and Inorganic Acids 5 Mode of action of organic acids 5 Characteristics Of Organic And Inorganic Acids 6 Management of feed quality (preservatives) 7 Management Of The Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract :Acidifiers 7 Products And Suppliers 8 Antioxidants and autoxidation 9 Oxidation in feeds 9
Factors which influence autoxidation of lipids 10 Consumption of oxidised feeds 10 Antioxidants 11 Products and Suppliers 12 Flavours 12 Perception Of Flavour 12 Flavouring materials 13 Sweeteners Spices and herbs Products and suppliers 14 Colorants 15 Permitted colorants 15 Products and suppliers 17 Enzymes 17 Products and Suppliers 20 Emulsifying and stabilising agents, thickeners and gelling agents 21 Emulsifiers 22 Products and suppliers 22
Micro-Organisms 23 Silage additives 23 Products and Suppliers 23 Digestibility enhancers 24 Probiotics 24 Mode of action of probiotics 24 Problems with probiotics 25 Products and Suppliers 26 Amino acids 26 ARGININE METHIONINE ISOLEUCINE and VALINE LYSINE GUANIDOACETIC ACID Products and Suppliers 29 Mycotoxin control additives 30 Mycotoxins and legislation 31 Control of mycotoxins 32 Mould inhibition 33 Decontamination 33 Mycotoxin binders 34 Biotransformation of mycotoxins 35 Dietary Intervention 35
Products and Suppliers 35 Phytochemicals and phytogenic feed additives 36 Antioxidative action of phytogenic feed additives 37 Antimicrobial effects of phytogenic feed additives 37 Effect of phytogenic feed additives on feed palatability and intake. 39 Phytogenic feed additives as growth promoters 39 Environmental efect of phytogenic feed addtives 40 Concerns and conclusions on the use of phytogenic feed additives 41 Products and suppliers 41 Prebiotics 42 Modifying the microflora in the gastrointestinal tract 43 Immunomodulation 44 Mineral uptake 45 Negative effects of prebiotics 46 Cocciodiostats and histomonostats 47
Coccidiosis and coccidiostats 47 Histomoniasis and histomonostats 49 Treatment 50 The Future For Feed Additives 53 Feed raw materials 54 Feed manufacture 55 Animal production 55 High rates of animal growth and development 55 Health maintenance and disease avoidance 55 Environmental effects 57 Human food 58 Conclusion 59 References 61