Additives & feedstuffs in dairy nutrition Technical Articles

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Article published the July 29, 2013:

Optimizing Feed Efficiency: Feed and Non-feed Factors

Feed prices for the last 5 years have been at historic highs. Coupled with periods of low milk prices, this has resulted in extremely tight (sometimes negative) margins for dairy producers. The a...
Author/s :
James Sullivan
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Article published the July 3, 2013:

Effects on Growth Performance, Plasma Variables and Gene Expression of Hepatic Gluconeogenic Enzymes in Holstein Calves Fed Limited Amount of Concentrate

INTRODUCTION In calf rearing systems, an early and high intake of concentrate and roughage is encouraged to ensure a better development of the forestomach. In order to achieve this goal, high concentrate diet...
Author/s :
Jalil Ghassemi Nejad
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Article published the April 17, 2013:

Some Nutritional Studies of Four Salt-Tolerant Fodder Crops Fed to Goats under Saline Conditions in Egypt

INTRODUCTION The interest in search for alternative/additional feed ingredients is of paramount importance in developing countries, mainly, because of the acute shortage of traditional feed materials. Introduc...
Author/s :
Hassan Goda Helal
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Article published the April 16, 2013:

Sprouted Zea Mays on Date Palm Leaves and Potatoes Peel Waste Mixture and its Effects on Performance of Desert Goats Under Dry Season in Sinai

INTRODUCTION The available amount of green fodder through the summer season in Egypt is usually insufficient for animal feeding leading to increasing prices of diets. Therefore, attempts have been carried out ...
Author/s :
Hassan Goda Helal
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Article published the April 15, 2013:

Broiler Goat- A Technology Explanation

Introduction Broiler goat has been evolved to enhance goat meat production in areas were land availability is scarce and fodder become dear. The browsing character of goats destroys the crops. Eventu...
Author/s :
Dr.P.George Kunju John
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Article published the February 25, 2013:

Physical and Chemical Characteristics Studies During the Processing of Soybean Used in Monogastric Feeding

Introduction Genetic evolution of production animals and the increase of food demand have required high quality and digestibility products for animal feeds use. In Brazil, especially in Paraná State, so...
Author/s :
Daniel Mantovani
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Article published the December 18, 2012:

Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Whole Sunflower Seeds on Feeding Lactating Zaraibi Goats: IV. On Growth and Reproductive Performance of their Kids

INTRODUCTION Sheep and goats are most productive when fed a balanced ration according to their nutrient needs. The needed nutrients should also be supplied at lowest possible cost. This can be done if produc...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the December 18, 2012:

Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Whole Sunflower Seeds on Feeding Lactating Zaraibi Goats: III. On their Blood Profile

INTRODUCTION Ruminants have unique ability to utilize the fibrous material through anaerobic fermentation  (Kibria et al., 1991),  therefore, sunflower seed meal (SFM) can be efficiently ...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the December 14, 2012:

Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Whole Sunflower Seeds on Feeding Lactating Zaraibi Goats: II. On Milk Production and Composition as well as Mammary Gland Histology and Economic Efficiency

INTRODUCTION Goats are an important source of meat and milk (Devendra and Burns, 1983). Recently, goats became an important aspect of animal production in Egypt. Increasing productivity of goats will contribut...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the December 10, 2012:

Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Whole Sunflower Seeds on Feeding Lactating Zaraibi Goats: I. On Digestibility Coefficients, Rumen Function and Live Body Weight

INTRODUCTION Goat is one of the most important livestock species in rural areas. In Sudan, Pakistan, Turkey, Egypt and Tunisia researches showed that goats are reared for their meat, milk or both meat and milk...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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