Animal Sciences and Livestock Production is an International Open Access peer reviewed publication that gives emphases on current research and advancements in the field of Animal Sciences and Livestock Production.
The journal covers several key aspects in this field by including research on topics like Animal biotechnology, Animal breeding, Animal anatomy and physiology, Animal nutrition, Meat processing and testing, Cloning, Animal Genetic Engineering, Feed processing, Genetically Modified Organisms, Animal Cell Lines, Hybridoma Technology, Animal Tissue Culture, Animal Cell Culture, Transgenics, Cloning, Human pharmaceutical proteins, and Genetic Engineering.
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Author(s): Stock JD, Calderón Díaz JA , Abell CE1, Baas TJ, Rothschild MF, Mote BE and Stalder KJ
Background: The objectives of this study were to create an objective measurement method of joint angles for knee, hock, front and rear pasterns and a rear stance position in swine using digital imagin ... Read More
Author(s): Verdú M, Bach A and Devant M
The objective of the current study was to evaluate the effect of an adaptation strategy to a single-space concentrate feeder with lateral protections forming a chute (SF) on performance, eating patter ... Read More
Author(s): Omri B, Chalghoumi R and Abdouli H
This study aimed at improving the egg quality through cholesterol reduction and enrichment with natural pigments, which could prevent lipids oxidation. Eighty 27 week-old Novogen White laying hens wer ... Read More
Author(s): Aguirre EL, Mattos EC, Eler JP, Barreto Neto AD and Ferraz JB
Studying the Santa Ines sheep breed is important, as it is the most prevalent breed in Brazil and can adapt to many environments. This study included data were collected over a period of 12 years ... Read More
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