Naturally occurring salt tolerant and halophytic plants (trees, shrubs, grasses, and forbs) have always been utilized by livestock as a supplement or drought reserve. Salt tolerant forage and fodder crops are now being planted over wide areas. Increasingly, large-scale production of fodder on formerly abandoned irrigated cropland has allowed salt t
Editor's Preface. About the Editors. Acknowledgements. List of Contributors. List of Acronyms, Abbreviations and Equivalents. PART 1 Extent and Geographic Distribution of salt tolerant and halophytic feedstuffs. PART 2 Nutritional aspects. PART 3 Experience with halophyte feeding. PART 4 Physiological aspects. PART 5 Focus on non-ruminants and uniting perspectives. Author and Subject Index.