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Voluntary feed intake, serum profile, growth performance and economics of weaned camel calves
Six camel calves (3 Jaisalmeri and 3 Kutchchi) were weaned at 4.5 months of age. The calves had average body weight of 132.4 kg at 4.5 months of age and were raised on dry chaffed CyamopsisExpand
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Importance of camel milk and production potential of dromedary breeds
The population of the dromedary in the country has gone down from 1.1 m to 0.5 m in last 3 decades. In recent past camel milk has been recognized as a possible tool to sustain the dromedary in situ.Expand
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Sire evaluation through estimation of breeding value was done for seven dromedary sires utilising 74 lactation records spanning over last five years. The average daily milk production (Mean ± SEM)Expand
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Lactation persistency, yield and prediction models in Indian dromedary.
The demand driven economy is leading to production and utilization of camel milk for nutritional security of the human population. Lactation records (65) of the she-camels belonging to the Bikaneri,Expand
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Losses of female camel calves at different ages from birth to age at first calving
Postnatal losses in camel are more frequent than in other domesticated livestock species. In literature. calf losses have been noted in the range of 20-40%. The present study was undertaken to studyExpand
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Performance of Male Breeding Camels on Different Energy Rations during Rutting Season
Eight male breeding camels of Bikaneri and J aisalmeri breed of 10–14 years of age and 779± 36 kg body weight, allotted to 2 groups of 4 each, were offered feed blocks containing either bajra (GroupExpand
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