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The present study aimed at exploring the effective synchronization and fixed time artificial insemination protocol in goats. The does were randomly divided into four groups of ten each. Synchronization protocol followed for Group I, II and III does were administrated with intra vaginal sponge of Progesterone, Fluorogestone acetate (FGA) and TRIU-C followed by P...

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This study was conducted to investigate the effect of aflatoxin and protective role of Phyllanthus niruri herb against the effect of aflatoxin on production performances (Viz. Body weight, Body weight gain, Feed intake, Feed efficiency and Livability) of Guinea fowls. A total of 270 day old keets were divided into six groups (45 chicks each) as following: The T1 Co...

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A study was carried out to assess the post-harvest losses in sheep and goat marketing by documenting the present day practices Followed from purchasing of the animals in the shandies till the carcass / meat reached the consumer through retail / outlets in both Winter and summer seasons. In addition. the physico-chemical and microbial quality of sheep and goat ca...

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Disinfection of animal shed means making them free from disease producing organisms. An attempt has been made to assess the efficacy of disinfectants. The study was carried out in three different seasons of the year during 2017-18 in pig fattener facilities and farrowing pen at Livestock Farm Complex, Madhavaram, Chennai. Four disinfectants namely, chlorine dioxide...

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Rabbits are housed on various types of cages including single tier, multi-tier cages etc. The effect of housing system on the floor bacterial load is variable, and its effect on animal production is limited. An attempt has been made to evaluate and compare the floor bacterial load between single-tier and multi-tier caging system in rabbitary. The study was carried ...

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With the objective to customize techniques for production of low cost hydroponic fodder maize and hydroponic fodder horse gram, fabricate a low cost farmer friendly hydroponic fodder production unit, comparatively evaluate the nutritional value of produced hydroponic fodder Vs conventional fodder, develop a schedule for hydroponic fodder cultivation and package of ...

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The biological experiment was designed to study the effect of feeding ghee residue in native chicken (Aseel) for a period of 12 weeks on various parameters viz. bi-weekly body weight, gain in body Weight, feed consumption, feed conversion ratio, livability, carcass characteristics, cut-up parts yield, sensory evaluation, biochemical parameters (total cholestero...

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Pig rearing on concentrate feed may not be economical because of higher market price of raw materials. The alternative source could be the use of swill feeding. Consequently, the impact of the swill feed on the backfat thickness and body measurements calls for investi-gation against any other alternative feed. Hence in the present study, an attempt has been made to...

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A study was conducted in a commercial pig farm to document the effect of probiotic supplementation on the carcass traits and sensory qualities of Large White Yorkshire pigs by selecting thirty two weaned piglets at random and divided two treatment groups comprising of sixteen in each group which was subjected to two feeding regimens viz., swill feed alone (cont...

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The study involved two groups such as treatment group (split up suckling) and control group (regular suckling) of 6 Large White Yorkshire sows with their litters, providing a total of 108 piglets. The piglets born to these pigs were categorised in to three units such as Category A- low birth weight (800 g - 1199 g), Category B - medium birth weight (1200 g - 149...

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Utilization of unconventional feed ingredients in poultry ration is a key determinant of successful poultry production. Distillers Dried Grains with Soluble (DDGS) is now becoming a popular unconventional and low-cost ingredient for livestock feed due to its high nutritive value. Hence, a study was conducted to assess the effect of DDGS on native chicken product...

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Methane emission from ruminants has received a global attention due to its contribution to the greenhouse effect and global warming. There is a need to determine a costeffective feeding strategy for mitigating greenhouse gases from livestock. Hence, the present study was conducted to evolvea feeding strategy using pomegranate fruit waste and palm oil with Saccharom...

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