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bioconversion of urea and methionine supplemented sorghum beer residue into protein biomass for broiler rations

In a laboratory study aimed at determining the effect on nutrient composition of sorghum beer residue (SBR) supplemented with urea and methionine and passed through a 2nd fermentation process. Four (4) levels of urea (0.5,1.0,1.5 and 2.0%) and four (4) levels of methionine (0.29, 0.33, 0.37, and 0.41%)were mixed which resulted in a total of sixteen... Continue Reading

Agricultural Science

comparative evaluation of the nutritive value of different feed energy sources with and without enzyme supplementation on the performance of broiler chickens

Two experiments were carried out to determine the nutritive value of sorghum, millet, cassava and sweet potato with or without enzyme supplementation in broiler chickens production. The growth performance, nutrient digestibility, heamatological parameters and characteristics of broiler chickens were evaluated. Continue Reading

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effects of biostimulation on behaviour, growth, and reproduction of rabbits

A 16-week study was conducted to evaluate the effect of biostimulation on behaviour, growth, and reproduction of rabbits. Seventy five (crossbreds) mature rabbits (2.6 -2.70 kg), comprising of 50 nulliparous does aged, 6-7 months old and 25 bucks, (8-10 months old), were used for this study. The rabbits were allocated into five treatment groups in ... Continue Reading

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comparative analysis of farmers" efficiency of iar developed groundnut varieties for poverty alleviation in north western nigeria

This study analyzed the efficiency of groundnut farmer‘s in the adoption of IAR developed groundnut varieties for poverty alleviation in north western Nigeria. Primary data were obtained through the use of well-structured questionnaires from a sample size of 112 comprising of 56 adopters and 56 non-adopters of IAR groundnut varieties. The data w... Continue Reading

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the eesponse of soybean {glycine max (l. ) merr) to sulphur fertilization on selected soils of the nigerian savanna

The soils of the Nigerian savanna are generally low in sulphur and the production of leguminous crops such as soybean is therefore dependent on adequate sulphur fertilisation. This study was carried out to evaluate the response of soybean to sulphur under greenhouse conditions and on the field. For the greenhouse study, five representative soils we... Continue Reading

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inheritance of seedcotton yield and lint traits in cotton (gossypium hirsutum l.)

Studies were carried out to investigate the mode of gene action governing the inheritance of geedcotton yield, lint yield, lint percent, mean fiber length and fiber fineness within six intervarietal crosses of Upland cotton. Polygenic inheritance for these characters was indicated by unimodality in the F2 distribution in most of the crosses for the... Continue Reading

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an economic analysis of broiler production in three states of nigeria

Nigeria is a country in dire need of a quick animal protein source to meet up with the demand of its ever increasing population. Development of poultry industry has been identified as one of the quickest means of bridging this deficiency gap. The development of this industry has, however, been hindered by many problems and the broiler enterprise ha... Continue Reading

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genetic analysis of aflatoxin and agronomic traits in groundnut (arachis hypogaea l.)

Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) is one of the major crops susceptible to Aspergillus flavus infection and subsequent aflatoxin contamination which adversely affects its production and utilization in the small holder setting. Although there are several management strategies that may reduce aflatoxin contamination of groundnuts, the pre-eminent stra... Continue Reading

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genetic and environmental effects on the growth rate of yankasa lambs

Lambs of Yankasa sheep were evaluated for effects of genetic and environmental factors on their body weights at birth, 3,6,9 and 12 months of age. The lambs were born between 1981 and 1985 in an on-going accelerated lambing programme at National Animal Production Research Institute (NAPRl), Nigeria, Type of birth significantly affected weights from... Continue Reading

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genetic analysis of grain yield and other agronomic traits of maize (zea mays l.) under water stress and non-water stress condition

The study was set out to estimate heterosis, combining ability, heritability, gene action and correlation of grain yield and other agronomic traits under water stress and non-water stress conditions. Seven maize varieties were crossed to six inbred lines resulting in 42 top cross hybrids. Continue Reading

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the effect of garlic (allium sativum l.) meal as a feed ingredient in the diets of broiler chickens

Four experiments were carried out to evaluate the effect of Garlic supplementation in broiler chickens. In the first experiments 0-4 weeks, a total of 270 day old broiler chicks were used for the experiment which had six treatments and three replicates, each replicate was allotted 15 birds in a completely randomized design. Six broiler starter diet... Continue Reading

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profitability and efficiency of cowpea production in giwa and soba local government areas of kaduna state, nigeria

The study examined the profitability and efficiency of cowpea production in Giwa and Soba Local Government Areas of Kaduna state, Nigeria. A multi-stage sampling technique was adopted in selecting two Local Governments, and two districts from each Local Government. Primary data were collected from the total of 158 respondents through the use of a s... Continue Reading

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reading effects of environment on flowering and fruit set in sweet pepper {capsicum annuum l.)

A study was made of factors affecting flowering and fruit set in pepper plants grown from seed. The duration of the initial vegetative phase of growth was prolonged when radiant exposures were low, as in the winter or when shading was used in the summer. The change from vegetative to reproductive development was also delayed by a reduction in night... Continue Reading

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analysis of beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries of commercial agriculture development project on maize cooperative groups in kano and kaduna states of nigeria

The study was conducted to analyze the Commercial Agriculture Development Project on maize farmers in Kano and Kaduna States of Nigeria.Combinations of purposive and random sampling techniques were used for this study.The data for analysis was based on 2014/2015 cropping season and were collected through the use of a structured questionnaire admini... Continue Reading

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optimum level of utilization of cooked sweet potato meal (ipomoea batatas lam) in broiler chicken diets

Proximate composition of cooked sweet potato meal (CSPM) was determined using AOAC (1990) methods. Four experiments were conducted with two set of birds. The first two experiments were carried out to determine the optimum level of utilization of cooked sweet potato meal (CSPM) in broiler diets and the variety of preference in the second experiments... Continue Reading

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