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Plasma progesterone concentrations and fertility of indigenous Small East African goats, bred after treatment with cloprostenol
Abstract Twenty non-lactating, indigenous Small East African does and postpubertal doelings were injected 125 μg cloprostenol, PG (i.m.). Animals in oestrus were penned with males every night for 45Expand
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Constraints on smallholder market oriented dairy systems in the north eastern coastal region of Tanzania
Twenty five smallholder dairy farmers and other stakeholders, through a Participatory Rural Appraisal in three wards of the Tanga township of north east coastal Tanzania, ranked their perceivedExpand
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Post-partum Reproductive Performance of Crossbred Dairy Cattle on Smallholder Farms in Sub-humid Coastal Tanzania
The objective of this study was to monitor the reproductive performance of dairy cows in smallholder farms under the Tanga Dairy Development Project (TDDP). The findings can be used to improveExpand
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Multiple dental developmental abnormalities following canine distemper infection.
Multiple dental developmental abnormalities (e.g., dental impaction, partial eruption, oligodontia, enamel hypoplasia, and dentin hypoplasia) in a 10-month-old, female, Tanzanian tropical mixed-breedExpand
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Seasonal changes in nutritional status and reproductive performance of Zebu cows kept under a traditional agro-pastoral system in Tanzania
The objectives of this study were to assess changes in nutritional status/body condition score, percentage pregnancy and calving rate in Zebu cows and to establish the relationship between bodyExpand
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The Effects of a Short-term Increase in Supplementation on the Reproduction Performance in Lactating Crossbred Dairy Cows
The hypothesis that dairy cows partially suckling their calves would ovulate following removal of calves when restored to positive energy balance by a short-term increase in supplementation wasExpand
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ENHANCING THE PERFORMANCE OF CUT-AND-CARRY BASED DAIRY PRODUCTION IN SELECTED PERI-URBAN AREAS OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA THROUGH STRATEGIC FEED SUPPLEMENTATION
ENHANCING THE PERFORMANCE OF CUT-AND-CARRY BASED DAIRY PRODUCTION IN SELECTED PERI-URBAN AREAS OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA THROUGH STRATEGIC FEED SUPPLEMENTATION. A survey was conducted in 81Expand
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The effects of calcium, phosphorus and zinc supplementation on reproductive performance of crossbred dairy cows in Tanzania
The effects of calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P) and zinc (Zn) supplementation on reproductive performance of grazing dairy cows was studied. Forty-eight cows in their first to third parity were allocatedExpand
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