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Cottonseed meal (CSM) is a by-product from cotton oil extraction industry. The protein content of CSM varies depending on the extent of hulling and the oil extraction process. Modern cottonseed processing industries are equipped to decorticate cottonseed and hence the meals obtained are higher in protein and lesser in fibre than the undecorticated cottonseed mea...

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Pearl millet grain could be considered an alternative feed ingredient for poultry. It contains crude protein ranges from 10.30 to 12.96 per cent. The available carbohydrate content of pearl millet was 59.80 per cent whereas in maize it was 62.00 per cent. The ME value of pearl millet, as reviewed from several works, ranged from 2642 to 3445 kcal/kg.

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The nutritive value of local variety of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) was evaluated in broilers (0-6 weeks) replacing maize at 0 (T,), 50 (T2), 75 (T3) and 100% (T4) on isocaloric and isonitrogenous basis. 120, day old broilers chicks, divided in four equal groups of three replicates of 10 chicks each, were housed in deep litter pens. The local variety of pe...

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Feeding value of rapeseed meal (RSM) was studied by including it at 0, 5,10, 15 and 20% levels in isocaloric and isonitrogenous broiler rations. Lower weight gain (P<0.01) was observed in broilers fed 20% RSM. Similar trend was followed in feed consumption. The heart and liver size was increased in all experimental groups and the thyroid gland weight increased i...

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A total number of one hundred repeat breeder cows between second and fifth calving were selected, and randomly and equally divided into five groups as Group I to V. Cows of group I served as control and were inseminated during natural oestrus. Cows of group II were treated for 3 weeks with intramuscular injection of vitamin A, C and E. They were also supplement...

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A study was conducted to assess the viability of spray dried probiotics in crumble feed during storage. The Bacillus subtilis (T1), Bacillus amyloliquefaciens (T2), Bacillus coagulans (T3), Bacillus clausii (T4), Lactobacillus acidophilus (T5) and Bifidobacterium bifidum (T6) cultures were propagated using skim milk and spray dried by using spray drier. The sp...

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