Assessment of commercial feedlot finishing practices at eastern Shoa, Ethiopia.

  title={Assessment of commercial feedlot finishing practices at eastern Shoa, Ethiopia.},
  author={Tsegay Teklebrhan and Mengistu Urge},
  journal={Open Journal of Animal Sciences},
This study was conducted to characterize and identify husbandry practice and major constraints of commercial feedlot industries in the study area. Forty eight commercial feedlot farms were used to collect data. Data were analyzed using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The results showed that, livestock species such as cattle, shoat and camels were used in commercial fattening though significant variation in demand among species. Cattle had got the highest acceptance in… 

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