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Animal Production Research Advances

Animal Production Research Advances is a peer-review journal established expressly to promote the production of all animal species utilized as food. The journal has an international scope and is intended for professionals in animal production and related sciences. We solicit contributions from animal production and health specialists in academia, industry, veterinary and environmental health, as well as from specialists in economics, extension, sociology, agric engineering, fisheries and wildlife, minilivestock, livestock farming systems and other disciplines.

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Vol 7, No 4 (2011)

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Articles

Selenium and tocopherol effects on parasitaemia, organ weights and histopathology of T. brucei infected and diminazene treated rats EMAIL FULL TEXT
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KI Eghianruwa 253 - 259
Genetic estimation of hot carcass weight in indigenous Matebele goats of Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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N Assan 260 - 265
Evaluation of sun-dried cassava fufu meal as a source of dietary energy for starter broilers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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PC Okere, EB Etuk, ABI Udedibie 266 - 270
Performance and some carcass measurements in starter broiler birds fed sweet potato meal (Ipomea batatas) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EO Ahaotu, MC Ayo-Enwerem, UDE Ogbuokiri, MC Edih, MU Onyekwere, MK Komolong, M Wanapat, S Tullet 277 - 281
The effect of replacing full-fat soybeans with urea fermented sorghum brewers’ grain in broiler starter diets EMAIL FULL TEXT
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SO Onuh 282 - 285
Performance and carcass characteristics of starter broiler chicks fed high fiber rice milling waste diets EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EO Ahaotu, C Vajrabukka, AS Adeyeye, AU Onuruka, VI Ehirim, FN Madubuike 286 - 289
Carcass and organ characteristics of broilers fed graded levels of processed castor oil bean (Ricinus communis L) meal and supplementary L-lysine EMAIL FULL TEXT
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AO Ani, AU Okorie 295 - 304


Animal Production Research Advances.   ISSN: 0794-4721