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Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa: Vol 67-1

dc.contributor.authorAfrican Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources
dc.identifier.citationAU-IBAR 2020: Bulletin 67-1en
dc.identifier.issn0378 - 9721
dc.description.abstractThis Bulletin cover the following articles: An assessment of communication channels utilized by poultry farmers to access information on raising village chickens in Bauchi state, Nigeria. Blood parameters of lactating sows and their piglets fed fortified ensiled cassava root-leaf blends. Comparative survivability and fertility potentials of ovine spermatozoa stored in egg yolk citrate and mixed vegetative extenders at room temperature. Parasitic conditions of cats in Osun state, Southwest Nigeria: Records from the hospitals (2006-2015). Response of rabbit does and kits to different weaning ages. Genetic variation of leptin gene in three nigerian cattle breeds. High quality cassava peel (HQCP) as a replacement for maize in the diet of african catfish (clarias gariepinus) juveniles. Hygienic practices and microbiological quality of milk from peri-urban dairy farmers and bulking centres in Lilongwe, Malawi. First findings on the prevalence and intensity of gastrointestinal parasites in cameroonian zebus raised on a large-scale dairy farm. Stratified livestock production adds value to pastoral cattle: evidence from the drylands of Kenya. Planning for rational use of antibiotics in treatment of bovine mastitis in Rwanda. Prevalence of haemonchus contortus in kalahari red goats reared in the South-west Nigeria.en
dc.format.extent136 pagesen
dc.subjectAnimal Health; Animal Productionen
dc.titleBulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa: Vol 67-1en
dc.title.alternativeBAHPA Vol: 67-1en

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