Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa: Vol 68-2 - Special Edition
African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources
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This bulletin covers the following articles: Farmers’ knowledge in antibiotic usage, antibiotic residues, and susceptibility of salmonella enterica in beef samples from the wa municipality, Ghana. Selection of breeding bulls in community-based cattle breeding programs in Burkina Faso. Rectal temperature and respiratory rate of four broiler chicken strains subjected to acute heat stress conditions in a tropical climate. Effort to reduce methane emission in sheep production By feeding dried browse leaves. The effect of season and drying on the chemical composition of four browse species. Signatures of genomic selection and pig breeding - A review. Breeding objectives, trait preferences and indigenous knowledge of local cattle farmers in selected districts of the greater accra region of ghana. Options for making livestock production in west africa “climate-smart”. Food security and food safety issues surrounding the dairy value chain in Tanzania. Effect of age of layers and housing systems on egg quality of two strains of layers. Innovations to harness the potential of african animal agriculture in a globalizing world – empowering professional national animal production societies. High quality cassava peel® mash supplemented with direct fed microbial as an alternate source of energy: effect on growth and economics of weaned pigs. The use of fibre-degrading enzymes in corn cob-based diets for laboratory rats: effects on growth, organ parameters and blood profile. Sheep red blood cell (SRBC) antigen as an indicator trait for disease resistance in indigenous guinea fowls (Numida meleagris). Antibiotic resistance of fastidious and non-fastidious microorganisms isolated from sheep and goats visiting the tamale veterinary clinic. Effects of season, graded dietary protein and artificial insemination on semen characteristics and reproductive performance of indigenous guinea fowl (Numidameleagris).