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Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa: Vol 66-4

dc.contributor.authorAfrican Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources
dc.identifier.citationAU-IBAR 2018: Bulletin 66-4en
dc.identifier.issn0378 - 9721
dc.description.abstractThis Bulletin cover the following articles: Blood serum and egg lipoproteins of laying birds administered extract of lagenaria breviflora R. Under two management systems. Morphométrie et prédiction du poids du porc local dans deux régions au Togo. Performance and organ characteristics of broiler chickens fed varying levels of rumen content. Effect of length and storage methods on the chemical composition of exotic chicken and quail eggs. Clinico-pathological effects of single and mixed escherichia coli and salmonella gallinarium infection in African catfish (Clarias gariepinus). Preliminary investigation of toll-like receptor expression and haemagglutination potentialof selected part of the reproductive tract of giant african land snail (Archachatina marginata) infected with bacteria. Village poultry production, health and management system in Benue state, Nigeria. Haematological and serum biochemical responses of west African dwarf bucks to daily drenching with Aframomum Melegueta seed extract. Performance and haematological parameters of West African Dwarf goats fed water hyacinth ensiled with breadfruit. Assesment of gastrointestinal parasites in extensively grazed cattle in Southwestern Nigeria. Evaluation of antibiotic residues in imported frozen chicken thigh muscles marketed in Southern Benin. Indigestible foreign bodies in slaughtered cattle (occurrence and seasonality) in an abattoir in South-eastern Nigeria. A cross sectional study on the prevalence of ectoparasites in Gallus gallus domesticus (domestic chicken) in dutsinma local government area Katsina state. Egg production performance of isa brown layer hens raised on a small scale enterprise in rural Namibia. Serological survey and associated risk factors of brucellosis in pigs in Cameroon. Effects of brooding heat sources on growth performance and cost of feed utilization of two strains of broiler chickens.en
dc.format.extent166 pagesen
dc.subjectAnimal Health; Animal Productionen
dc.titleBulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa: Vol 66-4en
dc.title.alternativeBAHPA Vol: 66-4en

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