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Livestock Research for Rural Development, Volume 32, Number 12, December 2020
ISSN 0121-3784



  1. A study on effect of rice bran and urea level on fermentation characteristics of fresh cashew apple silage; La Thi Thanh Huyen, Nguyen Thanh Van and La Van Kinh

  2. Studies of the main biometric parameters of goat breeds Arbia and Makatia in Algerian steppe; A Lahrech, M Hamidi, M Hachi, A Choukri and K Laoun (In French)

  3. Use of groundnut foliage (Arachis hypogaea L.) in the cattle diet in Dak Lak province, Central Highlands of Vietnam; Tran Thi Thuy Van, Bui Quang Tuan, Vu Anh Tai and Nguyen Xuan Trach

  4. Growth performance and serum metabolites of broiler chickens fed turmeric (Curcuma longa) powder supplemented diets; O T Daramola

  5. Simple fermentation using shrimp paste on the nutritional and functional properties of rice bran as a broiler chicken feed ingredient; Sugiharto Sugiharto, Endang Widiastuti, Retno Murwani, Turrini Yudiarti, Hanny Indrat Wahyuni and Tri Agus Sartono

  6. Approaches to modeling adaptation strategies of pastoralists and agro-pastoralists in the face of climate change; Y Idrissou, O T L F Offoumon, H S S Worogo, A S Assani and I T Alkoiret (In French)

  7. Influence of dietary silicon extracted from rice hulls on the bone breaking strength, growth performance and meat quality of guinea fowls; A A Khaskheli and L Chou

  8. Effect of the inclusion of S. cerevisiae on milk production and ruminal microbial population; Roberto García López, Yoandra Marrero, Juana Galindo, Onidia Moreira, Maria González and Aida Noda (In Spanish)

  9. Effects of Ouled Djellal ewes’ body condition scores on their blood metabolic profile, productive and reproductive performances; A Boudebza, MC Abdeldjelil, N Arzour-Lakhel and N Lakhdara

  10. Effect of yeast-fermented cassava root compared with yeast-fermented rice on methane production in an in vitro rumen incubation of ensiled cassava root, supplemented with urea and leaf meal from sweet or bitter varieties of cassava; Sangkhom Inthapanya, T R Preston, Le Duc Ngoan and Le Dinh Phung

  11. Fecal digestibility indices in pregnant sows fed with Moringa oleifera forage meal; L E Rivero, J Ly, M Castro, L Ayala and M Herrera (In Spanish)

  12. Fermentation of Selenium-added coconut dregs improve chicken egg production and slow down the deterioration of egg quality during 28 days storage; U Hatta, S Mozin, A Adjis and B Sundu

  13. In vitro digestibility and ruminal fermentation profile of ruminant diet in response to substitution of mixture feedstuff protected; Wulandari, Budi Prasetyo Widyobroto, Cuk Tri Noviandi and Ali Agus