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Livestock Research for Rural Development, Volume 24, Number 11, November 2012
ISSN 0121-3784



  1. Growth and carcass characteristics of Moroccan INRA180 lambs; Moussa El Fadili

  2. Growth response and aggressive behaviour of Clarias gariepinus fingerlings reared at different photoperiods in a water re-circulatory system; S G Solomon and V T Okomoda

  3. Adoption and feeding of grass and legume hay in Honduras; C Reiber, M Peters, V Hoffmann and R Schultze-Kraft

  4. The possible genetic influence on the susceptibility of exotic, fulani and yoruba ecotype indigenous chickens to experimental Salmonella enteritidis; A J Ogie, A E Salako, B O Emikpe, E A Amosun, S A Adeyemo and O A Toyosi

  5. Current situation of cavy production in Cameroon: Challenges and opportunities; A T Niba, F Meutchieye, D Fon, A G Laisin, H Taboh, H Njakoi, A Bela Tomo, B L Maass, A Djikeng and Y Manjeli

  6. Voluntary feed intake and preference of locally available feeds by the collared peccary (Tayassu tajacu/Pecari tajacu) a Neo-tropical animal, farmed in Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; G M Young, C H O Lallo, H Archimede, G Legall and G W Garcia

  7. Feeding behaviour of layer hens supplemented with snail or oyster shells in the last laying phase: effects on egg quality; M F Houndonougbo, C A A M Chrysostome, R C Odoulami and J T C Codjia

  8. Effect of replacement of maize with tapioca (Manihot esculenta) root meal on the performance of growing crossbred pigs; I Tzudir, N Savino and K C Das

  9. Urban and peri urban dairy farming in East Africa: A review on production levels, constraints and opportunities; K A Gillah, G C Kifaro and J Madsen

  10. Biochar reduces enteric methane and improves growth and feed conversion in local “Yellow” cattle fed cassava root chips and fresh cassava foliage; R A Leng, T R Preston and Sangkhom Inthapanya

  11. Synchronization rate and factors affecting pregnancy rate after synchronization of estrus cycle and insemination of Gobra zebu (Bos indicus) in traditional area in Senegal; J Kouamo and G J Sawadogo

  12. Effect of yeast cell wall on growth performances of broiler chicks; N Mathlouthi, E Auclair and M Larbier (In French)

  13. Livelihood diversification options for pastoralists in mountain and oasis areas of northern Kenya; D Golicha, M Ngutu and H Charfi

  14. Dairy aptitude of Sahalian goat of Chad: factors influencing the raising of kids in the natural environment; M O Koussou and D Bourzat (In French)

  15. Effect of offer level of Kikuyu grass (Pennisetum clandestinum) on production, milk quality and nitrogen balance in Holstein cows; H J Correa, Y G Rodríguez, M L Pabón and J E Carulla (In Spanish)

  16. Effect of natural browse fodder availability on feeding behaviour of goats; H O Sanon and S Sanou

  17. Sheep fattening: an income source for women associations in Kayes, Mali; H Nantoumé, A Kouriba, C H T Diarra and D Coulibaly (In French)

  18. Estimation of genetic parameters of milk production traits of Iranian Holstein dairy cattle using multi-trait random regression model; M Bohlouli and S Alijani

  19. Assessment of nutritive value of four dominant weed species in north central Nigeria; A Akinfemi and A A Mako

  20. Impact of the slaughter of pregnant ewes on live stock production in Togo; W Pitala, A Arouna, A E Kulo, M Zongo, H Boly and M Gbeassor (In French)

  21. Agroforestry technologies involving fodder production and implication on livelihood of smallholder livestock farmers in Zimbabwe. A case study of Goromonzi District; J Mutambara, I V Dube and B M Mvumi

  22. Methane production is reduced in an in vitro incubation when the rumen fluid is taken from cattle that previously received biochar in their diet; R A Leng, Sangkhom Inthapanya and T R Preston