SA Journal of Animal Science

Issue: 2
1 992, Volume 22, Issue 2
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Studies on the chemical composition and digestible energy content of South African grain sorghum 43 - 49 T.S. Brand, H.A. Badenhorst, E.H. Kemm, F.K. Siebrits and J.P. Hayes
Environmental and genetic trends in clean fleece mass, live mass and fibre diameter in selection and control flocks involving a 50 - 57 S.W.P. Cloete, G.J. Delport, G.J. Erasmus, J.J. Olivier, H.J. Heydenrych and E. du Toit
Untreated, urea-enriched and thermal-ammoniated oat grain as supplementary feed for pregnant and lactating South African Mutton 58 - 63 T.S. Brand, A.A. Brand, S.W.P. Cloete and A. Durand
The relationship between body mass and fertility in Bonsmara breeding females 64 - 69 R.G. MacGregor and F.J.C. Swanepoel
Linear type traits in a Merino flock subjected to selection for increased clean fleece mass and an unselected Control Flock (Sho 70 - 73 S.W.P. Cloete, J.J. Olivier and E. du Toit

  
Issue: 3
1 992, Volume 22, Issue 3
Title Page Author(s)
Estimates of genetic parameters and genetic trend for fur traits in a Karakul stud flock 75 - 80 S.J. Schoeman and J.R. Albertyn
Chemical composition and nutritive value of irrigated tall fescue pasture for dairy cows 81 - 86 T.J. Dugmore, K.P. Walsh, S.J. Morning and C.I. MacDonald
Quantitative aspects of semen imports for South African dairy breeds 87 - 91 H.E. Theron, J.H. Hofmeyr and S.J. Schoeman
Application of Householder`s transformations and the QL algorithm to REML estimation of variance components 92 - 96 K.V. Konstantinov and G.J. Erasmus
DNA polymorphisms in the bovine thyroglobulin gene (Short communication) 97 - 100 M.H. Ricketts and S. Vandenplas

  
Issue: 4
1 992, Volume 22, Issue 4
Title Page Author(s)
The influence of dietary energy concentration and feed intake level on feedlot steers 1. Digestibility of diets and rumen parame 101 - 106 N. Slabbert, J.P. Campher, T. Shelby, G.P. Kühn and H.H. Meissner
The influence of dietary energy concentration and feed intake level on feedlot steers 2. Feed intake, live mass-gain, gut fill, 107 - 114 N. Slabbert, J.P. Campher, T. Shelby, K-J. Leeuw, G.P. Kühn and H.H. Meissner
The influence of dietary energy concentration and feed intake level on 115 - 121 N. Slabbert, J.P. Campher, T. Shelby, K-J. Leeuw, G.P. Kühn and H.H. Meissner
Rate and extent of ruminal degradation of crude protein from selected feedstuffs used in cattle feedlots as measured by the in s 122 - 127 H.H. Meissner, P.C. du Plessis and H.P.F. du Preez
Effect of level and degradation of dietary protein on performance of feedlot steers 128 - 136 H.H. Meissner, H.P.F. du Preez and P.C. du Plessis
Protein and starch digestion in steers fed feedlot diets differing in extent of protein degradation 137 - 141 H.H. Meissner and P.C. du Plessis