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Advances in Silage Research

Edited by: Prof. Xusheng Guo

Silage is a major source of forage for dairies and feedlots to ensure a high performance of animals and to support a sustainable animal production all over the world. Currently, great achievements have been made in the basic and applied research in silage microbiology and biochemistry, developing novel silage inoculants, modulation silage fermentation for promoting animal production and health status, silage biosafety insights (mycotoxin, antibiotic resistance genes), environmental impact and industry utilization of silage, etc. This special issue is devoted to collect high quality, cutting-edge original research work or review papers in the silage related research fields.

This series was published in Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology.

  1. Milk synthesis in lactating animals demands high energy metabolism, which results in an increased production of reactive oxygen metabolites (ROM) causing an imbalance between oxidants and antioxidants thereby ...

    Authors: Yixin Zhang, Samaila Usman, Qiang Li, Fuhou Li, Xia Zhang, Luiz Gustavo Nussio and Xusheng Guo
    Citation: Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology 2024 15:9