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Effect of different dietary energy level intakes on efficiency of estrus synchronization and fertility in Mashona goat does.
- N. Kusina, T. Chinuwo, H. Hamudikuwanda, L. Ndlovu, S. Muzanenhamo
- Medicine, Biology
- Small ruminant research : the journal of the…
- 1 March 2001
The objective of the study was to determine the effects of three dietary energy levels: 0.27 (low level: LL); 0.53 (medium level: ML), and 1.06 (high level: HL) MJMEkg(-1)W(0.75) on estrus… Expand
Changes in stress-related plasma metabolite concentrations in working Mashona cows on dietary supplementation
Effects of work stress and dietary supplementation on body condition score and plasma metabolite concentrations were determined in 16 multiparous Mashona cows in a smallholder crop–livestock farming… Expand
Yield and nutritive value of tropical forage legumes grown in semi-arid parts of Zimbabwe
Four legume species ( Lablab purpureus cv. Highworth, Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro, Stylosanthes guianensis cv. Fine stem and Desmodium uncinatum cv. Silverleaf) were grown in experimental… Expand
COMMUNITY-BASED NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
The effect of tick control on bovine dermatophilosis in a smallholder farming area of Zimbabwe
Three different methods of acaricide (Amitraz) application were tested on cattle in Sanyati smallholder farming area to determine the effectiveness of control of ticks on the prevalence of clinical… Expand
A comparison of the effects of progesterone sponges and ear implants, PGF2alpha, and their combination on efficacy of estrus synchronization and fertility of Mashona goat does.
- N. Kusina, Tarwirei, H. Hamudikuwanda, G. Agumba, J. Mukwena
- Biology, Medicine
- 1 May 2000
Efficacy of estrus synchronization and fertility after synchronization of 60 multiparous Mashona goat does using intravaginal progesterone (P4) sponges (Group 1), norgestomet ear implants (Group 2),… Expand
A Monitoring Study on the Prevalence of Dermatophilosis and Parafilariosis in Cattle in a Smallholder Semi-arid Farming Area in Zimbabwe
- P. Chatikobo, N. Kusina, H. Hamudikuwanda, O. Nyoni
- Biology, Medicine
- Tropical Animal Health and Production
- 1 April 2004
The prevalences of dermatophilosis and parafilariosis were monitored for one year in cattle in Sanyati, a semi-arid smallholder farming area in Zimbabwe. The prevalence of dermatophilosis differed… Expand
Effect of boar genotype on reproductive performance of the local sows of Zimbabwe
The effect of boar genotype on the reproductive performance of local sows was investigated. Large White (LW) and local Mukota boars were mated to 20 sows over 3 parities and the performance of the… Expand
Socio-economic roles, traditional management systems and reproductive patterns of Mukota pigs in semi-arid north-eastern Zimbabwe.
Comparison of cow-side diagnostic tests for subclinical mastitis of dairy cows in Musanze district, Rwanda
- B. Iraguha, H. Hamudikuwanda, B. Mushonga, E. Kandiwa, J. P. Mpatswenumugabo
- Journal of the South African Veterinary…
- 21 June 2017
Four subclinical mastitis diagnostic tests (the UdderCheck® test [a lactate dehydrogenase-based test], the California Mastitis Test [CMT], the Draminski® test [a conductivity-based test] and the… Expand