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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Article published the April 17, 2013
INTRODUCTION Small ruminant production is the main source of income of farmers living in the arid and semi-arid regions. These areas are characterized by low and erratic rainfall resulting in water scarcity leading to a low fodder potential. (Nefzaoui et al., 2012). Utilization of salt-tolerant plants as animal feeds in salt affected lands could be an appropriate option for alleviating the desert ...
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Article published the April 17, 2013
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. Introduction of saline agriculture production systems in salt affected regions has proved to be an effective way to save fresh water for human and animal consumption while the saline water could be ...
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Article published the April 16, 2013
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 to search for alternative non-conventional low price by-products, which could be used in animal feeding. Moreover, 21 million tons of agricultural crop residues are produced in Egypt annuall ...
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Article published the May 7, 2012
Abstract: The objective of this study was to assess the influence of replacing percent of alfalfa by percent of Atriplex as roughage fed to animals. Twenty four adult Barki lambs weighed an average 49± 77 kg and age 3 years were used in six digestibility trials (4 animals each). Experimental diets were made of alfalfa and Atriplex nummularia in different ratios to each other as follow:R1: 7 ...
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