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GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF SHAMI KIDS FED A SALT TOLERANT PLANT UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITIONS IN SINAI, EGYPT

@inproceedings{AlSheikh2012GROWTHPO,
  title={GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF SHAMI KIDS FED A SALT TOLERANT PLANT UNDER SEMI-ARID CONDITIONS IN SINAI, EGYPT},
  author={Samir Al-Sheikh},
  year={2012}
}
  • Samir Al-Sheikh
  • Published 2012
  • Biology
  • SUMMARY This study aimed to investigate the effect of the using a salt tolerance plant (Koicha) as replacement to barseem hay in rations with different roughage: concentrate ratios for feeding Shami kids. The study was carried out (during 2009) at South Sinai. Twenty four male Shami kids (about six months old and 25 kg average live body weight) were employed. The kids were divided into three groups (eight each) to study the effect of replacing barseem hay with Kochia indica within different… CONTINUE READING

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