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Article published the April 10, 2019
INTRODUCTION The shortage of animal feeds in Egypt necessitates that intense research efforts should be directed towards exploring the possibility of using new-non conventional sources or agricultural by-products as animal feed and improving values (Shoukry et al., 1985) cereal crops generate a large amount of organic agricultural waste in many countries. Rice plant (Oryza sativa L.), is one of ...
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Article published the April 10, 2019
INTRODUCTION In many parts of the world, especially the arid and semi-arid regions, with scarce animal feed resources, low quality non-conventional feeds are frequently fed to livestock (Mahgoaub et al., 2008). High salinity of irrigation water and agricultural soil is a major impediment to the cultivation of traditional fodder crops as well as high costs of transporting feed to the Sinai Peninsu ...
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Article published the April 10, 2019
Introduction According to the projected growth in global human population, by 2050 the world human population will reach 9.1 billion, 34 percent higher than current estimated 6.3 billion (FAO, 2015). Populations in the developing countries are growing so quickly that the arable lands and the available fresh water are unable to sustain their needs. In Egypt, about 95% of the land is desert, where ...
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Article published the April 10, 2019
Introduction Semi-desert climate of Egypt is characterized by hot summer, dry and mild winters, low rainfall (5-200 mm/a) and high evaporation rates (1,500-2,400 mm/a). The country is characterized by particularly good wind systems with excellent locations along the shores of the Red and Mediterranean Sea [1]. South Sinai is an arid region that affects excessive salt natural resources (water, soi ...
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Article published the March 25, 2019
1. Introduction  In Egypt, small ruminants are essential resources of cash revenue, savings nutrition (meat and milk), wool, compost and employment of many people particularly in populations with a low income and where poverty prevails. Improving the sustainability of animal production systems in Sinai by increasing the availableness of fodder resources through induc ...
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Article published the March 20, 2019
INTRODUCTION The shortage of animal feeds in Egypt necessitates that intense research efforts should be directed towards exploring the possibility of using new-non conventional sources or agricultural by-products as animal feed and improving values (Shoukry et al., 1985) cereal crops generate large amount of organic agricultural waste in many countries. Rice plant (Oryza sativa L.), is one of the ...
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Article published the January 18, 2019
1- INTRODUCTION In Egypt, there is a gap between the available feedstuffs and farm animal requirements. This was estimated as a shortage of 3.1 million tons of TDN per year. Nontraditional by-products must search in order to decrease the relay on traditional resources to fill the gap and to decrease feeding costs (Zaza, G.H., 2005). Feed shortage will be increased in the next decades due to the e ...
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Article published the January 4, 2019
1. Introduction: Agro-industrial by-products are available in Egypt in large quantities averaged (26 million ton) (Agriculture Economic Research Institute, 2000), some of such materials are characterized by high nutritive value (Youssef et al., 2006). So it can be used as supplementary feed ingredients in animal rations (Mohamed and El-Saidy, 2003). Date stone is one of this agro-industrial by- p ...
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