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Behavior and nutrition of animals! This is an interesting topic that I believe will attract many scientists from around the world especially in ruminants. What is missing in the site is just that! There is Animal and Veterinary Sciences (http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/journal/index?journalid=212) but this is a very broad term, which includes many branches not only in livestock but also in veterinary medicine. I think everything should be in a given direction. Why I write it? I as nutrition specialist I looking for journal that are close to my theme of work. So everything will be more concentrated and will not be global and extensive. Animal nutrition is an important indicator in livestock of which largely depends on productivity and animal health. Animal behavior gives us a clear picture not only of the health of the animals but also of their comfort. When I write "Behavior and nutrition of animals" I mean that both are interrelated and proper nutrition affects not only on productivity but also on the welfare of the animals.