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Chapter 8: Commercial Pet Foods References


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Box 8-1 Bibliography

Serpell JA. The domestication and history of the cat. In: Turner DC, Bateson P, eds. The Domestic Cat: The Biology of Its Behavior. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1988; 151-158.

Gruber G. The exciting history of the pet food industry. Petfood Industry 1975; 17 (1): 43-49.



Box 8-7 Bibliography

Crane FM, Hansen M, Yoder R, et al. Effect of processing feeds on molds, Salmonella, and other harmful substances in feeds. In: Proceedings. Effect of Processing on the Nutritional Value of Feeds. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1973: 72-90.

Ferket P. Technological advances could make extrusion an economically feasible alternative to pelleting. Feedstuffs 1991; 63 (9): 19-21.



Box 8-8 Bibliography

Frye T. Hoffmann LaRoche, Nutley, NJ. Paper presented at the Science and Technology Center, Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc, Topeka, KS, on vitamin stability in canned and extruded pet food, 1995. Accompanied by descriptive material.



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