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Effect of protein on performance and haematology of broilers fed cassava peel-based diets
A experiment was conducted to investigate the influence of the protein source on the performance and haematology of broiler chickens on cassava peel-based diets using fishmeal and groundnut cake asExpand
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Sustainability of black nera laying birds on pig dung meal based diets.
The study was undertaken on utilization of farm animal organic waste as feeds for livestock and poultry. Increasing feed costs and international concern for the conservation of resources have focusedExpand
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FECTS OF PROCESSED SWEET POTATO MEAL AS A SOURCE OF ENERGY ON THE INTERNAL ORGAN WEIGHTS OF FINISHER BROIL-
A total of 120 Anak 2000 broiler finisher birds were used in a 56 days feeding trial in a deep litter house to assess the effect of processed sweet potato meal on the internal organ weights ofExpand
Nonruminant Nutrition: Feed Ingredients
The prohibition of most synthetic growth promoters is steering increasing interest in phytobiotics as possible alternatives. Phytobiotics are heterogeneous groups of feed additives originating fromExpand
Postpubertal changes in the histomorphometric characteristics of the uterus of the indigenous West African pig.
The epithelial height and myometrial and endometrial characteristics of the fundus, corpus and neck regions of the uteri of 28 virgin West African indigenous gilts in four age groups (6-8, 10-12,Expand
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Effects of Dietary Substitution of Rubber Seed Cake for Groundnut Cake on the Body Conformations of Finisher Broilers
Three hundred (300) five weeks old, Anak broilers were used in a 4-week experiment to determine the effect of dietary substitution of rubber seed cake for groundnut cake on the performance ofExpand
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Age and seasonal changes in the morphomethric development of accessory glands of the West African Dwarf goat
The effects of age and season of birth on the morphometric characteristics of the Vesicular, Cowper's and Ampulla glands were studies in 32 indigenous West Africa Dwarf (WAD) goats aged 1 – 12 monthsExpand