Growth, haematology, blood constituents and immunological status of lambs fed graded levels of animal feed grade damaged wheat as substitute of maize.

@article{Tripathi2008GrowthHB,
  title={Growth, haematology, blood constituents and immunological status of lambs fed graded levels of animal feed grade damaged wheat as substitute of maize.},
  author={Muktanand Tripathi and Dr. Barnali Mondal and Shaikh Abdul Karim},
  journal={Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={92 1},
  pages={75-85}
}
The aim of this study was to explore possibilities of utilization of animal feed grade damaged wheat (ADW) in lamb feeding, and assess the effect of ADW and its aflatoxin on intake, growth, haematology, blood biochemical constituents and immunological status. The ADW is a slightly mouldy feed resource, which is not suitable for human consumption. The experimental ADW contained dry matter (DM) 964, organic matter 974, crude protein 153, cellulose 205 and lignin 24, and starch 732 g/kg DM. ADW… CONTINUE READING

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