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A study was undertaken to prepare the functional shrikhand by incorporating aqueous and ethanol extracts of fresh, dried pomegranate and orange fruit peels. The incorporation of fresh and dried fruit peel extracts in shrikhand Was standardized at different levels. Based on the sensory evaluation, the functional shrikhand incorporated with 20 per cent aqueous (F...

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A feeding trial was conducted to study the effect of enzyme supplementation on nutrient digestibility and metabolizability of broilers (0-6wks). In the trial in broilers fed diets supplemented with enzyme at 0, 250, 500, 750 and 1000 g/ton of feed with a proportionate reduction .in metabolizable energy (ME-1.25, 2.5, 3.75 and 5%), crude protein (CP-0.75, 1.5, 2....

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A study was conducted to develop functional paneer by incorporating different millets viz. foxtail, pearl and finger millets and to enhance the shelf life by employing vacuum packaging. Different levels (0.5, 1 and 1.5 per cent) of the mentioned millets were tried in the making of functional paneer and based on sensorial attributes, incorporation of millets at...

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An experiment was conducted to study the effects of purified saponin at the level of 0, 1.55, 3.10, 4.65 and 6.20 mg/30 ml rumen inoculum in triplicate on rumen methanogenesis and rumen fermentation characteristics by in vitro gas production technique. The total gas production was significantly (P<0.01) reduced in all saponin treated groups when compared to the...

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A study was designed to explore the scope of rabbit gut transmitted (RGT) Saccharomyces cerevisiae on rumen fermentation and methane mitigation in ruminants. Procured Saccharomyces cerevisiae was propagated, freeze dried and supplemented to adult male New Zeal-and White rabbits (4 x 4) at various doses viz.

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Foot and Mouth Diseases (FMD) is an acute febrile, highly contagious viral disease of cloven-footed animals characterized by vesicular eruptions in the epithelium of buccal cavity, tongue, muzzle, feet, teats and udder.

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Nitrate toxicity in cattle is caused by the consumption of an excessive amount of nitrate or nitrite from crops, hay, silage, weeds, drinking water, lubricating oil and fertilizer etc.

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Data regarding the feeding practices followed in lactating dairy cattle at Puzhal and Kadirvedu Villages of Tiruvallur District was recorded and categorized into four groups. The categorized groups were Group I- high yielders, group II medium yielders, group III- average yielders and group IV- low yielders. The DMI of group I, II, III and IV was deficit by 8...

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