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The South African Society for Animal Science (SASAS) has changed the way the journal submission process is handled. An Online Journal Management System  had been developed in collaboration with the Agricultural Research Council (ARC) to facilitate the Journal Submission & Review Process.

Authors are kindly requested to submit all future articles for publication in the SA Journal of Animal Science via the Online Journal Management system.

If you experience any problems with the system, please contact the Editor at sajas.eic@gmail.com.

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Effect of late prepartum fibre-based diets on the live weight changes and reproduction of Holstein cows in the subsequent lactation period

  • 2019
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 49
B.A. Useni, C.J.C. Muller & C.W. Cruywagen Page: 109 - 118

The objective of this study was to evaluate two late prepartum fibre-based diets that differed in non-structural carbohydrate (NFC) and protein levels on live weight (LW) changes and fertility traits of Holstein cows until 120 days postpartum. At 30 days…

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Characteristics of carcass and non-carcass components of lambs fed diets containing silages of forages adapted to the semi-arid environment

  • 2019
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 49
F.S. Campos, G.G.P. Carvalho, E.M. Santos, G.G.L. Araújo, G.C. Gois, R.A. Rebouças, A.L.R. Magalhães, J.S. Oliveira, T.V. Voltolini, B.M.A. Carvalho & A.F. Perazzo Page: 119 - 130

 The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of diets containing silages of forages that are adapted to the semi-arid environment on the characteristics of the carcass and of non-carcass components of 32 mixed-breed lambs at approximately six…

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Use of apple pomace in animal feed as an antioxidant of meat

  • 2019
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 49
A.D. Alarcon-Rojo, V. Lucero, L. Carrillo-Lopez & H. Janacua Page: 131 - 139

The experiment was aimed to evaluate the effects of dietary inclusion of fermented apple pomace (FAP) in lamb diet on physicochemical and lipid oxidation of meat during storage at 4 °C. Twenty-four crossbred sheep were randomly assigned to two experimental…

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Pineapple stem by-product as a feed source for growth performance, ruminal fermentation, carcass and meat quality of Holstein steers

  • 2019
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 49
C. Hattakum, J. Kanjanapruthipong, S. Nakthong, J. Wongchawalit, P. Piamya & S. Sawanon Page: 147 - 155

This experiment was conducted to determine the effects of pineapple stem by-product silage as a feed source in total replacement of Napier or corn silages on growth performance, feed intake and feed efficiency, ruminal fermentation, carcass characteristics and meat quality…

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Effect of level of inclusion of clove (Syzygium aromaticum) powder in the diet on growth and histological changes in the intestines and livers of broiler chickens

  • 2019
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 49
S.I. Al-Mufarrej, H.H. Al-Baadani & E.H. Fazea Page: 166 - 175

The study was designed to evaluate the effects of different levels of clove (Syzygium aromaticum) powder in the diet on growth performance and histological changes of the livers and intestines of broiler chickens at 21 and 35 days old. Three…

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Increasing the productivity of Morkaraman sheep through crossbreeding with prolific Romanov sheep under semi-intensive production systems (Short communication)

  • 2019
  • Issue: 1
  • Volume: 49
D. Turkyilmaz & N. Esenbuga Page: 185 - 191

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of cross-breeding Turkish indigenous Morkaraman (M) ewes with prolific Romanov (R) rams on the reproduction and performance traits, growth traits, slaughter and carcass characteristics of the crossbred offspring under semi-intensive…

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Co-products in maize-soybean growing-pig diets altered in vitro enzymatic insoluble fibre hydrolysis and fermentation in relation to botanical origin

  • 2019
  • Issue: 2
  • Volume: 49
F. Fushai, M. Tekere, M. Masafu, C.M Akinsola, F. Siebrits, F.V. Nherera-Chokuda & A.T. Kanengoni Page: 201 - 218

The study examined the effects of botanical factors and fermentation-based, high-level dilution of co-product feeds in maize–soybean growing-pig diets on enzymatic insoluble fibre hydrolysis and fermentation. Feed insoluble fibre residues that were recovered after pepsin-pancreatin digestion were subjected to Roxazyme®…

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Effect of probiotics, Saccharomyces spp.Kb-5 and Kb-8, in diets on growth performance and cholesterol levels in ducks

  • 2019
  • Issue: 2
  • Volume: 49
I.G.N.G. Bidura, N.W. Siti & I.B.G. Partama Page: 219 - 226

The study was conducted to determine the effect of the probiotics, Saccharomyces spp.Kb-5 and Saccharomyces spp.Kb-8, on growth performance, carcass characteristics, serum and meat cholesterol levels in ducks. Two hundred and forty 1-day-old healthy male ducks were randomly allocated to…

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Hydrogen peroxide concentration and DNA fragmentation of buffalo oocytes matured in sericin­supplemented maturation medium

  • 2019
  • Issue: 2
  • Volume: 49
S. Gustina, N.W.K. Karja, H. Hasbi, M.A. Setiadi & I. Supriatna Page: 227 - 234

This study was conducted to investigate the effects of sericin on meiotic maturation, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) concentration and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) fragmentation in buffalo oocytes. Oocytes were matured in vitro in tissue culture medium (TCM­199) with in vitro maturation (IVM)…

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Prebiotic effects of oligosaccharides extracted from palm kernel expeller on different levels of Salmonella typhimurium infection in chicks

  • 2019
  • Issue: 2
  • Volume: 49
S. Rezaei, W.L. Chen, S.C.L. Candyrine, R.Q. Foo, M.F. Jahromi, A.S. Farjam, I. Zulkifli & J.B. Liang Page: 235 - 243

Prebiotic effects of oligosaccharides extract from palm kernel expeller (OligoPKE) on Salmonella typhimurium were investigated in chicks in two experiments. Results of the first experiment showed that OligoPKE reduced the colonization of Salmonella typhimurium in the cecum and increased the…

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