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NUTRITIVE VALUE OF PALM KERNEL MEAL SINCE 1999 TO 2010 BASED ON SAMPLES ANALYZED BY ANIMAL FEED LABORATORY, IVM

Abstract: Palm Kernel Meal is well known as raw material with a balanced nutritional value, especially as livestock feed. It also widely used by livestock producers as a supplementary feed. However, the nutritive values of this by-product vary and depend on many factors. Proximate analysis values

EVALUATION OF COPPER CONCENTRATION IN PALM KERNEL MEAL BASED ON SAMPLES SUBMITTED TO IVM FROM YEAR 2006 TO 2011

Abstract: Palm Kernel Meal (PKM) is a protein feed with high fibre content. It is suitable for feeding of ruminants. Unfortunately the copper content in this feedstuff is associated with copper poisoning. Continuous monitoring of copper content in PKM samples were analyzed in the Animal Feed Labo

The Katjang Goat: Distribution, Characteristics And Conservation Development

Katjang goat is an indigenous breed of goat in Malaysia. It is also known as Kambing Kacang, Kambing Katchang, Kambing Licin and Pea Goat. It also said to be the indigenous goat breed in Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan and the southwest islands of Japan. This breed also bears resemblance

THE DETERMINATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF APPLYING EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISM IN CONTROLLING AMMONIA AND HYDROGEN SULPHIDE FROM POULTRY MANURE

Poultry layer houses are mostly open house system that generally faced with flies and odour and has become nuisance factors to society and the environment. Commonly reported compounds associated with livestock waste include ammonia (a sharp pungent odour) and hydrogen sulfide (a rotten egg odour)

KAWALAN PENCEMARAN BAU DI LADANG TERNAKAN AYAM KOMERSIAL

Industri penternakan ayam merupakan satu industri yang penting kepada negara. Berbicara sahaja tentang perusahaan menternak ayam, terbayang di minda cara ternakan kuno atau bersifat tradisional dengan keadaan persekitaran yang berbau busuk, hanyir, kotor dan dipenuhi lalat. Sesuai dengan peredara

THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND NUTRITIVE VALUES OF SIX TYPES OF NAPIER AT DIFFERENT CUTTING AGE

Forages continue to represent the single most important feed resource for livestock in developed and developing countries. Selecting forage species for cultivation must take into consideration the yield, digestibility and nutrient composition (1). Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum) &nbs

THE EFFECTS OF ADDING ZEOLITE IN THE SOIL ON YIELD AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF NAPIER GRASS (Pennisetum purpureum cv. Taiwan)

Zeolite can be potential as soil amendment for retaining soil ammnonium and potassium from being leached into the ground. This is a contributing factor to the high yield and quality nutrient content of the fodder. The effect of zeolite on the quality and productivity of Napier Grass (Penniset

MELIOIDOSIS IN VARIOUS ANIMAL SPECIES DIAGNOSED IN THE VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE FROM 2007 TO 2011.

Melioidosis is a serious infection caused by the gram-negative bacillus and biothreat organism, Burkholderia pseudomallei which affects a wide range of animal species. Antibody detection against melioidosis from 4,746 cases of cattle, sheep, goats, buffaloes, rabbits, horses, deer, dogs

DEVELOPMENT OF BRUCELLA MELITENSIS ELISA KIT-COMPARISON BETWEEN IN-HOUSE ELISA AND COMPLIMENT FIXATION TEST FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF B.MELITENSIS IN SMALL RUMINANTS (2012)

An Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) for Brucellosis in sheep and goats was developed by using local isolates as antigen to optimize the sample testing. The in-house ELISA was compared with complement fixation Test (CFT) which was already established and used widely for screening of bruce

DETECTION OF SARCOCYSTIS IN RUMINANTS BY HISTOPATHOLOGY

The parasites of genus Sarcocystis are among the most commonly found parasites in domestic ruminants and some species of Sarcocystis can bring significant economic loss when causing clinical and subclinical disease. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of Sarcocystis histological

SEROPREVALENCE OF BOVINE BRUCELLOSIS FROM 2009 TO 2011

Bovine Brucellosis is cause by Brucella sp. affecting cattle all over the world.  This study was conducted study the trend of Brucellosis from 2009 to 2011 based on the serological data obtained from diagnostic cases in the Veterinary Research Institute. All samples were tested using complem

The effects of magnetic separation on cryopreserved bovine spermatozoa motility, viability and cryo-capacitation status

Summary Cryopreservation is a technique used to preserve cells for long-time storage. It is widely used in agriculture to store male gametes in liquid nitrogen. The aim of this study was to determine the optimum thawing temperature and time for

AN OUTBREAK OF PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA IN VACCINATED DUCKS.

High mortality in 2 flocks of ducks aged 22 days and 46 days respectively were reported in a commercial duck farm. Upon necropsy, white yellowish mucous was found in the nasal cavities. Lungs were edematous, had undergone necrosis, hemorrhagic and hardened. There were spots of hemorrhages on the

Prediction of Body Weight using Heart Girth Measurement in Matured Indigenous Kedah-Kelantan Cattle

The study was conducted using linear and multiple linear regression model that were used to estimate body weight using various body measurements. It can be concluded that LBM is important in determining the BW of cattle and are suitable to be implemented in the prediction of body weight for 62 ma

Body Weight and Body Measurements in Santa Inês Crossbred Sheep

The objective of this study was to evaluate the relationship of body weight with different body  measurements in Santa Inês Crossbred Sheep. The data from a total of 399 animals, males and non-pregnant females, one to 48 months of age from the Sheep Unit, Institut Vete
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