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Descriptor lists for cattle, buffalo, pigs, sheep and goats, E F S. Animal genetic resources conservation by management, data banks and training, E. Diagnosis and vaccination for the control of brucellosis in the Near East, Ar E. However, in the case of the feeding systems referred to in Table 1 in which the energy and protein components are offered separately Preston and Murguecitiodue to the invariable low level of protein in the basal diet, almost all the essential amino acids must be supplied by the supplement.

The pigs received a daily average of 0. The control whole cane diet, also fed to heifers, maunal of 28 kg of chopped, whole sugar cane, in addition to the same ingredients fed to the heifers on the experimental ration. Ex situ cryoconservation of genomes and genes of endangered cattle breeds by means of modern biotechnological methods, E.

Animal genetic resources data banks – 1. General study, E F. Feed from animal wastes: Actually, most pigs in the tropics probably grow d half this rate. The other fact is that cereals, or grains, are becoming scarcer, therefore more expensive, and soon may be prohibitive for industrial producers of pork, even in temperate zones.


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Better utilization of crop residues and by-products in animal feeding: Recently, in Cambodia, it has been shown that palm sugar juice can be used to feed pigs, similar to the use of sugar cane juice for pigs in Vietnam Bui Huy Nhu Phuc et al. Ticks and tick-borne diseases: Livestock breeds of China, E F S.

With the present tightened economic situation, meaning less gasoline, fewer trucks and tires, in addition to the new and promising use of soybean forage as a protein supplement Chapter 2this situation is rapidly changing. Slaughterhouse and slaughterslab design and construction, E F S.

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Because the production of palm sugar is basically pprcicultura December to June in Cambodia, it might be interesting to group-breed the sows so as to produce a sizable number of weaned piglets to correspond with the beginning of the palm juice season, similar to the proposal in the first chapter of this book using cane juice. Treating straw for animal feeding, C E F S.

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Feeding pigs in the tropics

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A comparison of sugar cane juice and maize as energy sources in diets for growing pigs with equal supply of essential amino acids. Haemorrhagic septicaemia, E F. The information set out in Table 1 suggests that in the tropics there are a surprising number of potential and viable sources of energy that might be used, in fact, several appear even as highly efficient, and even more economically attractive, than the cereal-based system. In this regard, in a recent article related to facing food scarcity, it was emphasized that world grain production, after tripling from tohas not mamual at all sincelargely because crops cannot effectively use more fertilizer.

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Raw palm oil as the energy source in pig fattening diets and Azolla filiculoides as a substitute for soya bean meal. The authors of the information presented in Table 2, reporting the results of similar types of experiments carried out in different countries but using different energy sources, have, in their respective papers, pointed out this important aspect.

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Manual on meat porcicultkra store operation and management, E S.