THE EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES ON REPRODUCTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF COWS KEPT UNDER DIFFERENT HUSBANDRY SYSTEMS IN SUDAN

@inproceedings{Elmansoury2002THEEO,
  title={THE EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES ON REPRODUCTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF COWS KEPT UNDER DIFFERENT HUSBANDRY SYSTEMS IN SUDAN},
  author={Yousif Hussein Elmansoury},
  year={2002}
}
THE EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES ON REPRODUCTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF COWS KEPT UNDER DIFFERENT HUSBANDRY SYSTEMS IN SUDAN. Three extensive systems of husbandry practices were chosen in the semi-arid rainfed area of Western Sudan (Latitude 1115' and 1630' N, Longitude 27 and 32 E). Cattle production in sedentary, transhumance and migratory systems were closely monitored through a period of 365 days (June 1999–June 2000). Cattle herders were randomly selected from those who were… CONTINUE READING

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