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Feed (ration) formulation is a technique by which different feed ingredients are combined to provide required nutrient to animals for a period of time, usually 24 hours, at different stages of production. A ration should supply all essential nutrients and energy to maintain vital physiological functions of growth, reproduction and health of animals. Rati ...
Article published the July 27, 2018
The metabolic cages are used to study the metabolism of feeds in the animal. Metabolic trials are conducted to collect the feces, urine and feeds residue using precisely for analysis nutrients intake, digestibility, nitrogen and mineral balance. It is generally conducted in confined shed/shelter with underground place for urine collection. It is observed that due to movement of anima ...
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Article published the October 29, 2014
In ruminant animals, rumen microbes utilize different fractions of protein, non-fiber carbohydrate and structural carbohydrate (CHO) at different rates. When rate of protein degradation exceeds the rate of CHO fermentation, large quantity of N is lost as NH3. On the other hand, when rate of CHO fermentation exceeds protein degradation rate, there is inefficient microbial protein prod ...
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Article published the August 13, 2014
Sequencing of the bovine genome offers new opportunities to understand the biology of dairy cattle and provides the framework to identify the genetic basis for the improvements and animal differences in productive efficiency. The new areas of biomics era includes genomics (covering DNA), transcriptomics (RNA), proteomics (protein), metabolomics (metabolites) and systems biology (integrating all of ...
Participation in Forum on July 21, 2014
Hassan Khan sir yes, Oxidative stress and its relationship with the fertility, metabolic and respiratory diseases is an area of applied research work. Lot of research is needed to understand the pathophysiology of oxidative stress in dairy animals. Identification, quantification and technique development for appropriate oxidative stress biomarker in relationship with animals’ performance is of par ...
Article published the July 15, 2014
Fertility of dairy cow is reduced in last few decades with increased productivity. Reduced fertility may limit the profitability and sustainability of dairy farms. Fertility is a multi-factorial trait and it is affected by number of factors viz. genetic, environmental, dietary and management factors with their complex interactions which makes difficult to determine the exact reason. ...
Participation in Forum on June 10, 2014
India is having only 2.29% of worlds land but 17% of world’s human population and 11% of world’s livestock population. India possesses 529.7 million livestock and 648.8 million poultry birds (Livestock census, 2007). Fast growing human and livestock population, expanding urbanization, shrinking land for crop production and climate change all adds to challenges to ensuring the food and livestock se ...