Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa: Vol 64-1
African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources
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This bulletin covers the following articles: Haematological, biochemical and clinical changes in domestic pigs experimentally infected with african swine fever virus isolates from Uganda. Incidence of udder abnormalities in west african dwarf and kalahari red goats: influence of teat number on milk production. Growth performance and immunity status of starter broiler birds supplemented with neem (Azadirachta indica) and garlic (Allium sativum). Effect of yoghurt waste on gut morphology and growth performance of piglets weaned at 7 weeks. Effect of euphorbia hirta and thymus vulgaris powders on performance and haematological parameters of the Cameroon Kabir chicken. Feed value of enzyme supplemented cassava leaf meal and shrimp meal in pigs. Effects of different housing systems on growth performance and carcass yield of two breeds of turke. Effect of graded levels of concentrate mixture containing 4% Palm oil on digestion and nitrogen retention by red Sokoto goats fed basal diet of digitaria smutsii hay. Principal components regression of body measurements in five strains of locally adapted chickens in Nigeria. Pathological study of female reproductive organs of local zebus in Adamawa region. Prevalence and demographic distribution of canine rabies in Plateau state, Nigeria, 2004 – 2009. Emergence of new delhi metalo-β- lactamase (NDM-1) - producing Multidrug resistant gram negative bacteria from poultry in Nigeria. Performance and blood indices of growing rabbits fed diets containing shrimp waste meal as partial substitutes for soybean meal. Performance characteristics of growing rabbits fed diet based on a non-conventional ingredient. Response of rabbits to varying levels of cassava and leucaena leucocephala leaf meal diets. Antibiotic resistance of staphylococcus aureus isolated from fresh cow milk in settled fulani herds in Kaduna state, Nigeria. Liposarcoma in a male alsatian dog in Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria-a case report.
SubjectAnimal Health; Animal Production
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