Animal Nutrition

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ISSN: 2405-6545
CN: 10-1360/S

Animal Nutrition

Open access

Animal Nutrition is a fully Open Access international SCIE quarterly journal.Animal Nutrition encompasses the full gamut of animal nutritional science, including, but not limited to, fundamental aspec...

Animal Nutrition is a fully Open Access international SCIE quarterly journal.

Animal Nutrition encompasses the full gamut of animal nutritional science, including, but not limited to, fundamental aspects of animal nutrition such as nutritional requirements, metabolic studies, body composition, energetics, immunology, neuroscience, microbiology, genetics and molecular and cell biology related to nutrition and applied aspects of animal nutrition, such as raw material evaluation, feed additives, nutritive value of novel ingredients, and feed safety.

The strict peer-review procedure guarantees the academic level and helps raise the reputation of the journal.

Animal Nutrition is indexed in SCIE, PubMed Central, Scopus, DOAJ, etc.

Animal Nutrition provides many author benefits, such as Open Access in ScienceDirect or the highest possible exposure to the public, free PDFs and much more.

We warmly invite you to submit your recent findings and expert reviews to Animal Nutrition.

Society affiliation

The Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine (CAAV) is a national nonprofit academic organization, which is voluntarily formed by scientists and researchers in animal science and veterinary medicine. Qualified as a legal entity in China, CAAV is the bridge between the official government and scientific researchers in related fi...

The Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine (CAAV) is a national nonprofit academic organization, which is voluntarily formed by scientists and researchers in animal science and veterinary medicine. Qualified as a legal entity in China, CAAV is the bridge between the official government and scientific researchers in related fields, as well as the important social force in the development of animal science and veterinary medicine.
With a seventy-three year history, CAAV has grown to become a professional national organization, under the headship of Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) and China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), with 35 branch (societies), 60 000 members, 700 senior members, 390 corporate members. CAAV also has a close contact, relation and business with societies in 32 provinces.

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Potential of a mixture of eugenol and garlic tincture to improve performance and intestinal health in broilers under necrotic enteritis challenge

Methionine deficiency and its hydroxy analogue influence chicken intestinal 3-dimensional organoid development

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3. The role of seaweed as a potential dietary supplementation for enteric methane mitigation in ruminants: Challenges and opportunities

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Use of antibiotics in broiler production: Global impacts and alternatives

Potential and challenges of tannins as an alternative to in-feed antibiotics for farm animal production

Implications of butyrate and its derivatives for gut health and animal production

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Animal Nutrition moves to article-based publishing

Latest impact factor 6.383

Animal Nutrition CiteScore 2020 Announced: 7.7

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3rd International Symposium on Alternatives to Antibiotics - Challenges and Solution in Animal Health and Production

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