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  • B Somade
  • Beiträge zur tropischen Landwirtschaft und…
  • 1985
120 young sows of less than one year of age and 240 old sows indigenous to Nigeria were randomly subjected to a 2 X 2 X 2 factorial analysis of variance. The results showed that the factors season, parity, and lactation period had no influence on the gestation period and some weaning features, like the number of stillborn piglets per litter and pre-weaning(More)
A total of 72 indigenous Nigerian sows with a live weight varying about 103 (+/- 6) kg on the 110th day of farrowing depending on feeding level was used to determine an optimum restrictive feeding level during the first lactation, 55 of which were also investigated in the following lactation under comparable conditions. During their 42-day lactation period(More)
  • B Somade
  • Beiträge zur tropischen Landwirtschaft und…
  • 1987
60 indigenous West African boars were slaughtered in groups of five each per month at ages from one to twelve months, and the body weights and the weights of several parts of the reproductive tract were determined. It was found that the growth rate of the reproductive organs is not uniform throughout these twelve months. Up to the fourth month there was a(More)
In 45 indigenous Nigerian sows, which had been synchronized in their estrous cycle by batch weaning, the interval was investigated from weaning to estrus in the rainy and dry seasons. It was found to be 3 1/2 days in each season. The heat was short, especially the standing estrus, which will have to be investigated further. There was no seasonal difference(More)
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