This course is focused on the basic concepts of and science behind animal nutrition, including digestion, absorption, dietary requirements, consumption needs from their environment, and formation of regular feedings. will introduce the student to the science of animal nutrition. Discussions will be focused on the role nutrition plays in the development of animal disease. A comparative approach will yield insight into the varying nutritional spectrums across animal groups commonly handled by wildlife and veterinary professionals.
Aug 24, 2020 — Sep 27, 2020
For credit cost: $1410