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The protein enrichment derived from animal tissues is obtained primarily from inedible tissues, such as meat packing, from surplus milk by- products or from marine sources. Protein availability will be reduced and some nutrients are lost if the feed is heated excessively. Fish meal is a good source of vitamins of the B complex, particularly choline B12 and ribo...

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A study Was undertaken to assess the effect of feeding of cultivated fodders on the growth performance of Mecheri lambs under intensive system of rearing. In the, fodder analysis CO(CN)4, CO(BN)5 and COFS29 fodders were cultivated in each 20 Sq.meter area with five replication following standard agronomical practices recommended by Tamil Nadu Agricultural Univer...

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Forty Mecheri male lambs (3-4 months old) were divided into 5 groups of 8 each and reared under T, - Grazing alone, T,- Grazing + concentrate supplementation. T,— Grazing + (urea molasses mineral block) UMMB supplementation. T; Intensive rearing + concentrate supplementation and T,- Intensive rearing + UMMB supplementation for a period of 150 days Blood samples ...

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The effect of fogging on microclimate of commercial layer sheds was studied in Namakkal. of Tamil Nadu state during the summer of 1998. Sheds equipped with foggers had significant lower (P<0.01) air temperature and higher relative humidity. cooling power air velocity than sheds. which are not having foggers.

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Data on birth weight of 2365 Mecheri lambs born between 1978 and 2005 recorded at Mecheri Sheep Research Station. Pottaneri, Tami Nadu were analysed to identify the factors affecting birth weight of Mecheri lambs. The lambing occurred throughout the year. however majority ofthe Mecheri sheep (7642 per cent) lambed between September and February months. The overa...

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An attempt was made to investigate the broiler performance raised on used litter subjected to windrow composting and disinfectant spray by using Gluteraldehyde – (Kohrsolin-Th) at 50% concentration. The windrow size of 4 feet length, 2.5 feet width and 1 feet 3 inches height was found to be suitable in this experiment. The average pile temperature reached 46.93 ± ...

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A survey was conducted in three blocks of Namakkal district by selecting 50 dairy co-operative society farmers per block, totaling 150 farmers. The data on the concentrate feed, green and dry fodder resources, feeding management practices were collected from the selected farmers by personal contact, using pre-tested schedule. The overall average number of cows a...

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Pesti des Petitis Ruminants is a highly contagious disease of goats caused by virus belonging to moribilivirus genus of family “Paramyxoviridae”. Pesti des Petitis Ruminants is an acute or sub acute viral disease of goats and sheep and literarily means “disastrous diseases of small ruminants” in French. Usually goats are more severely affected than sheep. In Ind...

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The growth and reproductive performance of Large White Yorkshire pigs were studied based on last five years data available at Swine unit, Department of Livestock Production and Management, Veterinary College and Research Institute, Namakkal.

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A study was carried out at Instructional Livestock Farm Complex, Veterinary College and Research Institute, Namakkal, Tamil Nadu between March 2013 and September 2015 to find out the effect of intensive and semi-intensive systems of management on production and reproductive performances of Tellicherry and Salem Black goats. Forty Tellicherry and forty Salem Blac...

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Chelation is a bonding formed between a metal ion and legend. Chelating improves the absorption of the mineral from the digestive tract. The level of chelated minerals in livestock feeding is typically added at 25-30% of the total mineral in a feed. Chelated minerals have improvement in reproduction, health, soundness and growth. Natural feed with strong chelat...

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