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Author(s): Lawal JR, El-Yuguda AD and Ibrahim UI
The study aimed to determine the seroprevalence of Newcastle disease (ND) amongst some village poultry species at poultry markets in Gombe, Nigeria. A total of 1200 (841 Village chickens, 320 Gu ... Read More
Author(s): Bedaso Kebede, Seifu Hailu and Getachew Terefe
The study was conducted from November 2009 to April 2010 in and around Mareka District of Dawro Zone in Southern Ethiopia to determine prevalence and effect of trypanosomosis in sheep and goats. ... Read More
Author(s): Olajide Peter O
A 12-week feeding trial was conducted to study the response of West African Male Dwarf goats to a corncobbased diet supplemented with varied levels (0.00, 0.50, 0.75 mg/kg DM) of cobalt chloride. ... Read More
Author(s): Idowu ST, Adewumi OO and Tona GO
Dam’s linear body measurements in relation to milk yield, milk composition and lambs linear body measurements were studied for a period of three months. Milk was collected daily during the perio ... Read More
Author(s): Nazik Z Eisa, Salih A Babiker and Hamid S Abdalla
Forty eight Sudan desert lambs were used in a-2 month fattening trial to evaluate the effect of natural gastrointestinal parasitic infection on fattening performance of old (2 years and up) a ... Read More
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