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by dewalesegun
Thu Mar 30, 2017 12:34 pm
Forum: RUMINANTS CARE
Topic: How to Care for Goats
Replies: 1
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How to Care for Goats

Goats are ruminants, or mammals that digest roughage by chewing, partially digesting, regurgitating and then chewing it some more. When you hear people say that goats or cows are chewing "cud", they are actually chewing the partially-digested roughage that was previously swallowed. Roughage for Goat...
by dewalesegun
Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:17 am
Forum: POULTRY CARE
Topic: VITAMIN B2 DEFICIENCY IN POULTRY
Replies: 2
Views: 177

Re: VITAMIN B2 DEFICIENCY IN POULTRY

Encephalomalacia is usually observed at the age of 15-30 days but could be also present as early as after the 7th day, as well as after the 56th day of life. Pathoanatomically, oedema, haemorrhages and colliquative necroses are detected in the cerebellum. In the majority of cases, the haemorrhages v...
by dewalesegun
Wed Mar 29, 2017 6:25 pm
Forum: DO IT YOURSELF
Topic: FEEDING PROGRAMS (DIY)
Replies: 0
Views: 174

FEEDING PROGRAMS (DIY)

FEEDING PULLET INTO LAYER AND MAINTAINING LAYERS PULLETS Feed pullets the same as the chicken broiler program but limit the feed so that the pullets are out of feed for 2 hours per day After 6 weeks, begin to monitor the pullet weight. It is recommended that a random sample of the birds be weighted...