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Available volumes for Applied Animal Husbandry & Rural Development since 2008

Available volumes (1-8) for SA Anim Sci from 2000 to 2007

The effect of epigenetic changes on animal production

  • 2014
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 7
M.M. Scholtz, J.P. van Zyl & A Theunissen Page: 7 - 10

All alterations in DNA function, without alterations in DNA sequence, are referred to as epigenetics. It is associated with gene expression and the expression of different phenotypes (appearance). These modifications are influenced by environmental factors and can be transferred to…

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Crossbreeding with a Bonsmara dam line

  • 2014
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 7
A. Theunissen, M.M. Scholtz, F.W.C. Neser & M.D. MacNeil Page: 17 - 21

Data from a crossbreeding trail in South Africa which involved the Bonsmara (Bo) as dam line and the Simmentaler (S), Brahman (Br), Charolais (C) and Herefords (H) as sire lines were used to estimate the additive and non-additive effects for…

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Ways to reduce the environmental impact of dairy farming

  • 2014
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 7
C.J.C. Muller & M.M. Scholtz Page: 31 - 37

The image of dairy farming systems is increasingly being scrutinized by welfare organizations, activist groups and the public with intensive systems getting the most attention. So-called factory farms are being regarded by the public as not ideal for the production…

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Can avocado meal replace maize meal in broiler diets?

  • 2013
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 6
J.B.J. van Ryssen, A. Skenjana & W.A. van Niekerk Page: 22 - 27

After the oil has been extracted from avocado fruits that were unsuitable for the fresh fruit market, a product, avocado meal (AM), remains as a waste product, and this product is causing a disposal problem for fruit distributers. An investigation…

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The effect of housing and anthelmintic treatment on pre-weaning kid death rate and infestation with gastrointestinal helminthes

  • 2013
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 6
A.T. Chikwanda, C. Mutisi, S. Sibanda, S.M. Makuza, N.T. Kusina & D. Chikwanda Page: 32 - 35

The effects of type of goat housing and provision of anthelmintic treatment on kid mortality and the prevalence of internal parasites were investigated in this study. Thirty six flocks of goats, of multiple ages and mixed sexes, belonging to Rushinga…

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