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Yes, an interesting topic for discussion.
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Nuhad Daghir Thank you very much for your constructive feedback. I really appreciate that! Happy new year!
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IntroductionMuch information is given (Willem Van Cotthem, 2012) on Opuntia ficus-indicaasan aloes. In Arabic is called Sabr, Teen Shoky, Teen Barbary, Hendy, Hendia, or Barshomy. It could be used commercially and industrially in treatment of some diseases (eyes, face, bone, prostate, colon, stomach, and intestine) and in cosmetic manufactures. It is a permanent plant grows in arid zones and toler ...
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Using alternate source of feeding from crops and trees residues is a great initiative to find cheaper sources of feeding and in return higher production from small ruminants. Hasan Goda has a credit to reconfirm the results which were found earlier by other scientists like him and draw attention of farmers towards such resources.
Article published the March 2, 2020
IntroductionEgypt is considered one of the most vulnerable countries to the potential impacts of climate change. High population density and growth and the rapid spread of unplanned urbanization place considerable pressures on the limited country’s land and water resources. In this respect, climate change studies predict a reduction in the productivity of two major crops in Egypt-wheat and m ...
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Article published the January 8, 2020
IntroductionSouth Sinai is semi-arid area with salt affected natural resources (plants, water, soil, etc). Therefore, feed resources in this region characterize one of the main difficulties for animal production development. Farmers in Egypt are concerned with ways to prevent salinification and economically produce fodder crops to overcome the problems of feed shortage that lead to high feeding co ...
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Article published the September 27, 2019
IntroductionIn 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 Peninsula ...
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Article published the September 24, 2019
1. IntroductionIn 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 inducting of salt-tolerant fodder crop ...
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Article published the April 10, 2019
INTRODUCTIONThe 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 the ...
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