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Effects of Synchronization on Reproductive Performance in Swamp Buffaloes

Buffaloes in Sabah are commonly reared as draught animal in oil palm plantations. Due to their poor reproductive performances, it is difficult for the farmers to plan for a proper breeding programme. Therefore, this study was conducted to determine the effec

Positive Detection of Plasmid Mediated Colistin Resistant (MCR-1) Gene in Salmonella spp. Isolated from Chickens

The emergence of multidrug resistant (MDR) is a major threat worldwide, and it has become worse with the emergence of resistant towards colistin antibiotic. The plasmid mediated colistin resistant gene (mcr-1) present in the bacteria contribute much to the s

Growth and Feed Conversion Efficiency of Malin Lambs in Intensive Production

Fourteen weaned Malin lambs (3-month of age), seven from each male and female lambs were fed with 3% of body weight of concentrate and ad libitum forage diet under intensive system for 3 months. Average daily weight gain (ADG) and feed conversion ratio (FCR)

Molecular Detection of Infectious Bronchitis Virus (IBV) from Avian Samples in RVLBT Using RT-PCR and Nested PCR

This paper reports the detection of Infectious Bronchitis Virus (IBV) from avian samples submitted to Regional Veterinary Laboratory at Bukit Tengah (RVLBT) by Reverse Transcriptase-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) and Nested Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR

The Effect of Useful Microbes Bokashi Addition to Diet on Weight Gains of Rabbit

An experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of useful microbes-bokashi addition to the diet on the weight gains of rabbits. In total, 20 weaned rabbits (30 days old) of crossbred were divided at random among two groups (experimental and control) at

The Collective Assemblance of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) in Cats from the Four-Quarters of The Post Mortem Table

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is a common, fatal and immune-mediated disease of cats caused by feline coronavirus (FCoV) infection. The clinical manifestations of FIP can be either a pathogenic disease or more commonly a benign or mild enteric infectio

A Preliminary Study on the Status of the Population of Free Roaming Dogs in Pulau Pinang

Free roaming dogs (FRD) are defined as unconfined dogs and are not prevented from roaming.  These FRDs are known to have habituated to  living closely with people with or without an owner in attendance. In Malaysia, the status quo of our FRDs and i

Potential of Biogas Plants from Livestock Waste Development in Malaysia

With the dif´Čüculty of disposal of a large amount of manure, this could cause a serious pollution threat and high nutrient release into the environment. A large amount of animal waste produced is one of the cost-effective and renewable substrates that can p

Veterinary services in Malaysia: Its relevance to nation building

A veterinarian is at the forefront in nation building. He is uniquely qualified to fulfill an array of roles apart from preventing disease and healing animals. Over the years, veterinary professionals have played considerable and contributory roles in animal and human

18th Asian-Australasian Animal production Congress. 1-5 August 2018. Borneo Convention Centre, Kuching Sarawak

Malaysian Society of Animal Production is proud to be the host of the next AAAP congress, which is held biannually. Asian-Australasian Animal Production, a consortium of animal societies, founded in 1980 with 8 charter members representing the animal production societies of Australia, Indon

Zoonotic Diseases Diagnosed From Jan 2016 To Aug 2017 In Regional Veterinary Laboratories, Department Of Veterinary Services, Malaysia

ABSTRACT Infectious diseases of livestock are a major threat to global animal health and welfare and their effective control is crucial for agronomic health, for safeguarding and securing national and international food supplies and for allevi

Anthelmintic Resistance And Its Impact On High Mortality In Small Ruminants In Malaysia

Abstract Malaysia has a total population of about 700,000 heads of sheep and goats  mainly in commercial farms as well as bred in smallholder enterprises.  As a tropical country with hot wet climate, it is the perfect environment for parasitic diseases, most com

Impact Of pH On The Viability And Morphology Of Blastocystis Isolates

Abstract: Blastocystis sp. is ubiquitous in avian, mammalian and human hosts and propagatesin either neutral or slightly alkaline conditions within the host’s gastro-intestinal tract. Of thefew previous studies on this enteric protozoan parasite
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