Contents

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Introduction
1
List of Participants
3
Patterns of feed utilization and trade 
- B Agostini
7
Matching animal production systems to available feed resources 
- TR Preston and R Sansoucy
18
Nutritional role of the concentrate feeds and perspectives for their substitution based on most recent advances in nutrition sciences 
- RA Leng
50
Nutritional advantages and problems related to the use of various types of cereals in feeds 
- J Maner
68
Roots and tubers as cereals substitutes 
- S Khajarern and JM Khajarern
79
Sugarcane and by-products as cereal substitutes 
- A Mena
91
NPN as a way of saving protein feeds for ruminants 
- S Szentmihalyl
109
The key roles of urea and protein supplentation in increasing productivity of ruminants fed crop residues or pastures 
- RA Leng
117
Bananas and fruit by-products as cereals substitutes 
- F Geoffroy
127
Associated effects and interactions among feed ingredients 
- TR Preston
142
Quality control and legislation 
- P Lopez
156
The role and relevance of feed processing in developing countries 
- F Dolberg
163
Case studies
     China - F. Feng Yang-Lian
178
     Colombia - A Llano
183
     India - PJ George Kunju
189
     Kenya - AN Said and PN Mougua
198
     Mauritius - J Fanchette
210
     Near East - K El Shazly
224
The feed-miling industry in developing countries 
- J Delort-Laval
237