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Participation in Forum on March 21, 2020
very good article on information in livestock breeds
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Participation in Forum on March 1, 2019
Very good information and helpful to dairy farmers.
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Participation in Forum on August 24, 2018
Selection of basal diet important is important for dairy cattle nutrition. If your basal diet is maize silage and it is harvested at appropriate stage and if you balanced concentrate having same bypass protein like fish meal then it can support 40-50 litre milk producing dairy cows. Rumen microbes have the capacity to synthesize essential amino acids if the diet is balanced with requiring nutrient ...
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Participation in Forum on August 24, 2018
This information helps a nutritionist how to conduct a metabolic trial and what are the requirements. Definitely, it helps the scientists.
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Participation in Forum on August 14, 2018
Very good information for us, and it would be helpful for the practitioners and researchers also.
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Dr. N.r.sarker likes this technical article:
Introduction The work of Dr. Mike Allen, Michigan State in the late 80’s, measuring NDF digestibility of different corn silage hybrids, initially resulted in much controversy. There was much resistance to the concept that differences in fiber digestibility in corn silage could have an impact on animal performance. He proceeded to do studies with BMR hybrids as well as with conventional hybr ...
Participation in Forum on June 28, 2017
Very good article and we should explores more through this nutrigenomics.
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Participation in Forum on June 28, 2017
In the design of the experiment, it is observed that the author does not keep any control group, only compared levels urea inclusions with Silvafeed. The basal diet, i.e, grass portion was chopped pasture but didn't mention the type of pasture. However, the results of the work may be helpful to the farmers.
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Dr. N.r.sarker likes this technical article:
The optimisation of the use of nitrogen (N) in ruminants diet can be highly valuable in terms of profitability and sustainability of any farm. In this study it has been assessed the use of economical source of nitrogen in combination with natural plant extracts, mainly tannins, which can influence protein metabolism in the rumen. Ruminants can make use of certain non-protein nitrogen (or NPN) com ...
Participation in Forum on July 19, 2016
Very brief and good information about dairy management. It will help increase better management for increasing milk production in their dairy herds.
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Location:Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Profile: Academic / scientific
Occupation: Animal Nutritionist