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Livestock Research for Rural Development, Volume 25, Number 6, June 2013
ISSN 0121-3784



  1. Contributing factors for successful vaccination campaigns against Newcastle disease; B Bagnol, R G Alders, R Costa, C Lauchande, J Monteiro, H Msami, R Mgomezulu, A Zandamela and M Young

  2. Effects of dietary supplementation with urea molasses multi-nutrient block on performance of mid lactating local Ethiopian and crossbred dairy cows; E Tekeba, M Wurzinger, L Baldinger and W J Zollitsch

  3. Milk production and reproduction in dairy cattle farms in the semi-arid region: the “haut Cheliff ” plains in northern Algeria; M A Belhadia and H Yakhlef (In French)

  4. Description of crossbred cattle growth using Brody model; O D Vergara Garay, J M Flórez Murillo, M J Hernández Pérez, E M Arboleda Zapata and A Calderón Rangel (In Spanish)

  5. Indigenous chicken production systems in villages in the south of Tunisia; M Ben Larbi, N M’hamdi  and B Haddad

  6. Effects of paddy rice on feed utilization and growth of New Zealand White rabbits fed basal diets of water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) or sweet potato vines (Ipomoea batatas); Nguyen Thi Duong Huyen, Nguyen Xuan Trach and T R Preston

  7. Effect of offering fresh duckweed (Lemna minor) to chickens fed restricted levels of maize meal and protein concentrate in confinement; Du Thanh Hang

  8. Effect of lactoperoxidase enzyme system and storage temperature on the keeping quality of sheep milk; M S A Saad, I E M El Zubeir and A M A Fadel Elseed

  9. Effects on egg quality traits of crossing Egyptian Golden Montazah with White Leghorn chickens; M H Khalil, M M Iraqi and M M El-Atrouny

  10. Effects of substitution of groundnut cake with poultry litter on productive and reproductive performance of crossbred dairy cows fed a basal diet of maize stover; Y Mekasha and M Urge

  11. Milk production in Sokoto Gudali cows fed legume or elephant grass ensiled with cassava peel; O A Olorunnisomo

  12. All biochars are not equal in lowering methane production in in vitro rumen incubations; R A Leng, Sangkhom Inthapanya and T R Preston

  13. Effect of Sesbania sesban foliage on intake, digestibility and N retention of growing goats fed Operculina turpethum forage as the basal diet; Vo Lam, Bui Phan Thu Hang and T R Preston

  14. Replacement of maize meal by toasted African breadfruit (Treculia africana) seed meal in the diet of Clarias gariepinus (Burchell 1822) fingerlings; S O Obasa, W O Alegbeleye, A A Akinyemi, A A Idowu, N A Bamidele and A N Adesanya

  15. Public-private partnerships for unlocking the potential of dairy cattle productivity in Uganda for improved livelihoods; F Kabi, F B Bareeba, M Kwizera, P Walekhwa, V D S R Prasad, D V N Raju, J Rubaramira and A Ssekitoleko

  16. Boer goat production in Kikatsi Sub County, Kuruhura District, Uganda; I Arineitwe and E K Ndyomugyenyi

  17. Feedlot performance of the Nguni ecotypes in southern Mozambique; S Maciel, J Amimo, M Martins, A M Okeyo, M M Scholtz and F W C Neser

  18. Effect of sun-dried, soaked and cooked wild cocoyam (Colocasia esculenta) meal on the growth performance and carcass characteristics of broilers; F A Adejoro, T I Ijadunola, O M Odetola and B A Omoniyi