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Hematological, Biochemical and Histopathological Changes Caused by Coccidiosis in Chickens
The study demonstrated changes in the hematology, histopathology and blood chemistry of broilers caused by E. tenella and E. brunetti from an outbreak of bloody coccidiosis in a flock on a small-scale broiler farm in Ethiopia. Expand
Effect of Lepidium sativum L. (Garden Cress) Seed and Its Extract on Experimental Eimeria tenella Infection in Broiler Chickens
Lepidium sativum-supplemented diets demonstrated effective anticoccidial results on E. tenella-challenged chickens, with significant reduction of mortality, fecal oocyst shed and lesion scores. Expand
Evaluation of Risk Factors Associated with Coccidiosis in Broiler Farms of Selected Towns of Ethiopia
It was observed that there are inter-farm differences in the prevalence of coccidiosis, and proper control measures must be taken in the application of strict bio-security measures and anti-coccidian programme. Expand
Correlation Study on Growth and Yield Components of Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Varieties Grown under Integrated Weed Management in Sudan Savanna of Nigeria
It could be concluded that high weed density in rice field causes poor rice growth and reduces grain yield and factors that encourage the performance of those parameters can be explored for high rice grain yield. Expand
Survey on the existing poultry feed, health technologies and ethno vet practices in Sheka, Bench Maji and Mejenger zones of south western Ethiopia
The study was conducted in Sheka, Bench Maji and Mejenger zones of south western part of the country to assess the challenges on existing feeds, poultry health technologies and ethno-vet practicesExpand
Yield of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L. Moench) Varieties as Influenced by the Application of Cow Dung and Poultry Manure in Jega, Kebbi State, Nigeria
It can be concluded that in Jega, Kebbi state of Nigeria which falls within the Sudan Savannah agro-ecological zone, NHAE47-4 okra variety yields better than Dogo and LD88 and could be selected for increased okra production in the study area. Expand
Comparative diagnostic techniques in ruminant Fasciolosis: fecal sedimentation, indirect ELISA, liver inspection and serum enzyme activities.
In small ruminants, the prevalence of Fasciolosis was lower both in coproscopy and indirect ELISA tests: only one out of 68 sheep was positive coproscopically and 3 were positive serologically; and oneOut of 22 goats tested was positive both at coproscopic and serological examinations. Expand
Helminth infection of layer and dual-purpose chickens kept under small scale intensive production system, Ethiopia
A cross sectional study was conducted with the aim of estimating the prevalence of helminth infections in exotic layer and dual-purpose chickens kept under small scale intensive farms of selected towns, Ethiopia. Expand
Swine Production , Productivity and Breeding Practices in Ethiopia
The study was undertaken to characterize breed features, reproductive performance, breeding practice, breed selection criteria and herd replacement in Ethiopian swine production systems. A total ofExpand
Incidence and Distribution of Rice Yellow Mottle Virus Disease in Kebbi State, Nigeria
The information obtained in this study would assist rice breeding programs to develop durable RYMV rice resistant cultivars and guide in the identification of RYmVD hot spot locations for seed multiplication trials in Kebbi State. Expand