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he effect of amount of protein in the concentrates on hay intake and rate of passage, diet digestibility and milk production in British Saanen goats
During the first 2 weeks after kidding, 27 multiparous British Saanen goats were offered 1·5 kg hay (98 g crude protein (CP) per kg dry matter (DM)) and from 0·45 increasing to 0·70 kg concentrates (152 g CP per kg DM) ...
Changes in serum levels of vitamin B12, feed intake, liveweight and hematological parameters in cobalt deficient small east African goats.
Thirty short-horned East African goats were divided into two groups (treatments 1 and 2) consisting of fifteen goats each. All the goats were fed on a cobalt deficient diet containing 0.02 mg Co/kg of dry matter for a ...
Hay intake, milk production and rumen fermentation in British Saanen goats given concentrates varying widely in protein concentration
(British Society or Animal Science, 1992)
About 8 weeks after parturition six multiparous British Saanen goats with permanent rumen fistulas were allocated to three dietary treatments in a random sequence for three successive 30-day periods. The treatments were ...
Thyroid hormones and metabolic rate during induction of Vitamin B12 deficiency in goats
(Taylor and Francis Group, 1994)
Vitamin B12 deficiency was induced in 15 small East African goats by feeding cobalt deficient Chloris guyana hay (containing 0.02 mg of Co/kg dry matter) over a 25week experimental period. Cobalt was supplemented as an ...