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Selection of diets by dual-purpose Mamber goats in Mediterranean woodland
- D. Kababya, A. Perevolotsky, I. Bruckental, S. Landau
- BiologyThe Journal of Agricultural Science
- 1 September 1998
It is concluded that Mamber goats may not select the best quality diet available, but may avoid wide variations in nutrient content of their diets throughout the year.
Analytical approach and effects of condensed tannins in carob pods (Ceratonia siliqua) on feed intake, digestive and metabolic responses of kids
Diet selection in dairy goats grazing woody Mediterranean rangeland
Monitoring nutrition in small ruminants with the aid of near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) technology: A review
Polyethylene glycol, determined by near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy, as a marker of fecal output in goats.
- S. Landau, S. Friedman, L. Devash, S. Mabjeesh
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 16 February 2002
Using PEG and its NIRS-aided analysis to determine fecal output is accurate, simple, and cheap, however, the feasibility of this new method must be verified in goats feeding on tannin-containing diets, and in goats at high feeding level.
Goat-nematode interactions: think differently.
Anthelmintic activity of Pistacia lentiscus foliage in two Middle Eastern breeds of goats differing in their propensity to consume tannin-rich browse.
An update on the nutrition of dairy sheep grazing Mediterranean pastures
Utilization of low quality resources by small ruminants in Mediterranean agro-pastoral systems: the case of browse and aftermath cereal stubble