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Influence of suckling and/or milking method on yield and milk composition in dairy animals
Achieving the maximum marketable milk yield with a high fat and protein content is desirable to producers to increase farm profitability. The present discussion points to the fact that rearing systems and milking method ...
Effect of genetic and non-genetic factors on growth traits in goats and sheep production
Birth weight, weaning weight and efficiency of pre and post weaning gains are growth traits of economic importance with regards to the cost and efficiency of meat production in goats and sheep. It is important to note that ...
Manipulating nutrition for ideal carcass and meat quality parameters in goat and sheep production
Nutrition is an important component of the goat and sheep meat production systems and plays a vital role in promoting ideal carcass characteristics and meat quality properties. Goats and sheep diets can impact not merely ...
Some animal-related factors affecting pre-weaning mortality in rabbits
Pre-weaning mortality is one of the dominant aspect that impact negatively on productive and reproductive components in a commercial rabbit enterprise. This review article looks at some animal-related factors such as litter ...
Morphology and its relationship with reproduction and milk production in goat and sheep
Morphological characterisation and multifactorial analyses of conformation traits in relation to productivity indicators are critical in goats and sheep breeding programs in particular, as the desired outcome could instigate ...
Aspects of litter size (birth type) in goats and sheep production
Increasing kid/lamb production is of paramount importance to goat and sheep producers. As a matter of one choice enhancing litter size becomes inevitable, because apart from litter size impacting on flock productivity, it ...