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Nutrient Composition and Feeding Value of Sorghum for Livestock and Poultry: a Review
Generally, sorghum appears to be well suited as a substitute for maize in livestock and poultry feeds.
Antinutritional Factors in Sorghum: Chemistry, Mode of Action and Effects on Livestock and Poultry
Sorghum basically contains two major anti-nutritional factors; tannin, a polyphenolic compound located in the grain and, dhurrin a cyanogenic glucoside located mainly in the aerial shoot and sprouted…
Nutrient Composition and Feeding Value of Sorghum for Livestock and Poultry
Generally, sorghum appears to be well suited as a substitute for maize in livestock and poultry feeds and is probably the next alternative to maize in poultry feed.
EGG QUALITY OF Gallus domesticus UNDER DOMESTIC STORAGE IN NIGERIA
It was concluded that eggs placed in polythene bags and kept under room temperature suffer less depreciation in quality compared with eggs kept in open bowls.
Utilisation of dried caged-hen manure and cassava peels for intensive sheep production
It was concluded that sheep can be fed caged-hen manure as the sole protein supplement in cassava peel based diets and that the efficiency of food conversion decreased progressively though insignificantly.
Effect of cracked –soaked and cooked velvet beans ( Mucuna pruriens ) on the performance and organ characteristics of finisher broilers
Haematological and Serum Biochemical Parameters of Local Turkey Poults Fed Diets Containing Two Varieties of Sorghum
It was concluded that Samsorg 17 and ICSV 400 sorghum varieties could sustain local turkey production without any on toward effects on their haematological and serum biochemical indices.
Solid-state fermentation improves the nutritive value of grated cassava roots and palm kernel cake mix for growing pigs
The increasing need to transform the abundant agro-industrial by-products into livestock feed materials is limited by the high contents of non-starch polysaccharides such as cellulose and mannan. In…
Effect of dietary inclusion of ginger meal (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) on performance, serum cholesterol profile and carcass quality of broilers
- E. Agu, N. J. Okeudo, N. O. Oladi, V. Okoro
- MedicineNigerian Journal of Animal Production
- 24 December 2020
It is concluded that 0.4 to 0.6 % dietary inclusion of ginger meal in broiler diets will have positive effects on serum lipoprotein level, carcass yield and organoleptic quality of meat.
Substitution Value of Cassava Tuber Meal , Brewers ’ Grains and Palm oil for Maize in Broiler and Pig Diets
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