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  • Effect of a home-made medicated lick blockon the performance of dairy cows in the Rahad scheme

Thorya A. Sulaiman, Greeballa H. ElObied and Fawgia S. Siddig

(Short note)

published in Grzira j.agric sci. ((1).117 -123

  • Utilization of Citrullus colocynthis (Handal) cake in diets for broiler chickens

Abstract

I.A.Abdalla and G.H.ElObied

Effect of use of different levels of Citrullus colocynthis on the Performance of broiler chicks was studied in a hundred thirty Five unsexed day old broiler chicks .the chicks were divided into three groups of fourty five each arranged in three replications of fifteen chicks each .Complete randomized desigen was used .the experiment included thee experimental finishing diets (0%,4%and 8% Citrullus colocynthis Cake .Feed intake and body weight were recorded at weekly intervals and the feed conversion .efficiency was calculated .

Five birds form each replicate were weighed and slaughtered. Hot carcass weight was determined and dressing percentage was calculated .the internal organs and gizzard were removed and weighed .it was found that feed intake ,live weight gain and feed conversion efficiency were significantly increased (P<0.05)with increasing level of Citrullus colocynthis inclusion in the diet .the dressing percentage was not different in the control diet (0%citrullus colocynthis )and the citrullus coloynthis –fed groups .there was significant difference(P<0.05)in the percentage of internal organs and of gizzard between treatments .

In general no toxicity or morbidity sings were observed

published in sudan j. of Anim.prod. (2005) vol.19 pp59 - 66

  • Residue of insecticides in animals grazed on the treated cotton crop

Abstract

El Obied,G.H , Ahmed, F. A. and Bashir, N.H.H

A study which involved eighty one Sudanese desert sheep and four types of feeds, autumn pasture (AP), sorghum crop residues (SCR), casual grazing (CG) and cotton crop residues (CCR) was conducted in the Rahad Agricultural Corporation in season 1997/1998.The study aims to detect the residue of insecticides resulted from cotton spraying in different animal   fodder used in the area and milk produced from ewes grazed on these fodders. The study indicated that both pyrethroid and organophosphorus insecticides were not detected in both feed and milk samples, while endosulfan   (The only organochlorine used) was detected in some samples of feed and milk. The higher concentration in both feed and milk was in week 1 of CCR grazing period. However, the higher level of endosulfan detected in milk was far below the tolerance level.

published in sudan j. agric.res. (2007),9,129-134

  • Yield and sensory properties of Lemon (Citrus Limon) and rennin cheese

Abstract

This experiment was conducted to compare the yield and sensory properties of traditional soft cheese from bovine milk coagulated with lemon (citric acid) at 80 C and with rennin enzyme traditionally at 40C.  The DM yield was significantly (P < 0.01) higher in lemon than rennin cheese, while whey pH, whey total protein and casein and whey casein : protein ratio were significantly (P < 0.01) lower in lemon compared to rennin cheese. Also lemon cheese was superior to rennin in all sensory attributes.   

published in Sud.J. Stnds. Marol. ,Vol.2(1-2) ,2008

  • Comparison Between The Efficacy of Classical and Anthelmintic Incorporated Homemade Lick Block in Controlling Internal Parasities in Cows in Rahad Scheme Dairy Farm

This experiment was conducted in Rahad Agricultural Corporation (RAC). The objective of the work is to compare the efficacy of anthelmintic incorporated homade lick block with the classical method of drug drenching. Lick size from untreated homemade block was estimated in cows, internal parasites were surveyed in 300 fecal samples in four locations in the study area including 30 cows from RAC animal production farm. From the30 cows from RAC animal production farm 9 cows were selected and divided in three groups each of 3 cows. The groups were, control where no anthelmintic was used the other two groups where the drug used included two methods of administration, namely classical drenching using glass bottle and licking from anthelmintic incorporated homemade lick block. Fecal samples for determination of egg per gram (EPG) were collected for five  periods (each of five days). The result revealed a consistent lick size and significant (P < 0.05) differences in  EPG. Both drug treated animals showed lower EPG compared to control. However the EPG in licked treatment was  significantly (P < 0.05) lower than that of drenched. Due to its safety and low cost application anthelmintic home made lick block is well recommended.    

published in Butana Journal of Applied Science

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