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Volume 3 Issue 2, April 2013



  • FROM THE EDITOR up

  • FEATURE ARTICLES up

    • Roland Arthur Lee and Jean-Michel Lavoie
      From first- to third-generation biofuels: Challenges of producing a commodity from a biomass of increasing complexity
      doi:10.2527/af.2013-0010
      Animal Frontiers 2013 3:6-11
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    • A. Gasparatos, P. Stromberg and K. Takeuchi
      Sustainability impacts of first-generation biofuels
      doi:10.2527/af.2013-0011
      Animal Frontiers 2013 3:12-26
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    • P. M. Meyer, P. H. M. Rodrigues and D. D. Millen
      Impact of biofuel production in Brazil on the economy, agriculture, and the environment
      doi:10.2527/af.2013-0012
      Animal Frontiers 2013 3:28-37
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    • F. Taheripour, C. Hurt and W. E. Tyner
      Livestock industry in transition: Economic, demographic, and biofuel drivers
      doi:10.2527/af.2013-0013
      Animal Frontiers 2013 3:38-46
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    • R. T. Zijlstra and E. Beltranena
      Swine convert co-products from food and biofuel industries into animal protein for food
      doi:10.2527/af.2013-0014
      Animal Frontiers 2013 3:48-53
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    • Shawn S. Donkin, Perry H. Doane and Michael J. Cecava
      Expanding the role of crop residues and biofuel co-products as ruminant feedstuffs
      doi:10.2527/af.2013-0015
      Animal Frontiers 2013 3:54-60
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    • M. McCurry-Schmidt
      From Innovate 2012: Marketing agricultural science for a city audience
      doi:10.2527/af.2013-0016
      Animal Frontiers 2013 3:66-69
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