Biotechnological Application in Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology: Mini Review
MVSc Scholar, Department of Animal Nutrition, Madras Veterinary College,
*Corresponding Author: Pratik Shete, MVSc Scholar, Department of Animal
Nutrition, Madras Veterinary College, Chennai, India.
April 18, 2023; Published: April 29, 2023
India's livestock production is expected to reach its peak in 2020-21 and rapidly increase by 2027, necessitating a rise in feed production. Biotechnology can help with this issue by providing nutrients, improving feed quality, and evaluating the optimal diet. The various biotechnological applications are discussed in this review.
Keywords: Biotechnology; Animal Nutrition; Feed Technology
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