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Organic acids in swine feeding - A Review
Animal productivity implies on enhanced nutrient utilization with an accelerated momentum towards growth with a low cost to feed ratio. Numerous feed additives are in vogue for achieving this target… Expand
A STUDY ON THE ASSOCIATED EFFECT OF PROBIOTIC AND CITRIC ACID ON THE PERFORMANCE OF PRE-WEANED PIGLETS
In a completely Randomized Design, 8 Sows along with their litter were divided into 4 groups (G1 to G4) such that each group contained about 17 piglets totalling 69. A basal diet (control) was fed to… Expand
Effect of incorporation of detoxified karanja (Pongamia pinnata) and neem (Azadirachta indica) seed cakes in total mixed rations on milk yield, composition and efficiency in crossbred dairy cows.
INFLUENCE OF PHASED RESTRICTION OF ENERGY- PROTEIN ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, NUTRIENT UTILIZATION IN CROSS-BRED PIGS
In a completely randomized design, 24 (LWY x Desi) cross-bred pigs (15.88kg±1.07) were made into 4 groups to contain 6 males in each group. A basal diet was fed to all the animals. Groups 1 had adlib… Expand
Effect of Feeding Concentrate Mixture on Milk Yield in Murrah Buffaloes in Rural Areas
Eight lactating Murrah buffaloes 3–4 months in milk were selected in a village with an average body weight of 254 kg. The milk yields were recorded for 21 days preliminary period by feeding the… Expand
EFFECT OF DIETARY PROTEIN WITH FISH MEAL OR AMINO ACIDS ON THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF PIGS
EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATE FEEDING AND DIFFERENT GRAZING SYSTEMS ON COST ECONOMICS IN SHEEP
Effect of supplementation on growth performance of farmer reared hoggets.
The effect of incorporating redgram chuni in the rations of milch buffaloes
EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS ENZYMES AND HERBAL RESIDUES ON THE PERFORMANCE, NUTRIENT UTILIZATION AND BALANCE IN GROWING CROSS-BRED PIGS
In a completely randomized design, 5 experimental diets (T1 to T5) were fed to 5 groups of animals with 6 animals (35 kg ± 1.3 body wt.) in each group. The diets were supplemented with or without… Expand