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J O Ondiek
Egerton University, Department Of Animal Science, Po Box 536-20116 Egerton, Kenya
Proximate Composition And Palatability Of Selected Rangelands Browses From Baringo County, Kenya
Palatability and feeding value of ten (10) local browse foliages (Terminalia brownii, Grewia bicolor, Balanites aegyptiaca, Acacia brevispica, Berchemia discolor, Codia sinensis, Tamarindus indica, Ziziphus mucronata, Boscia angustifolia and Maerua angolensis from semi-arid area of Marigat sub-county in Baringo County were evaluated for the nutritive potential (chemical composition, mineral and amino acid profile). Crude protein (CP) ranged from 51.4 gkg-1dry

J O Ondiek
Department Of Animal Science, Egerton University, Po Box 536-20115 Egerton, Kenya
Nutritional Value And Chemical Composition Of Selected Fodders; Lucerne, Greenleaf Desmodium, Sweet Potato Vines And Chicory Supplemented To Boma Rhodes Grass Hay, As Feed Intervention To Be Adopted By Smallholder Dairy Farms In Bomet County
This study evaluated the nutritional value and chemical composition of five selected fodders; Boma Rhodes, lucerne, greenleaf Desmodium, chicory and sweet potato vines which were collected from the farm in Bomet County and taken for chemical analysis in the Animal Nutrition laboratory in Animal Science department at Egerton University. These fodder species were analysed for their proximate composition, metabolisable energy,

J O Ondiek
Department Of Animal Science, Egerton University, Po Box 536-20115 Egerton, Kenya
The In-vitro Organic Matter Digestibility Of Rhodes Grass Hay Supplemented With Different Levels Of Chicory; With Or Without Yeast (saccharomyces Cerevisiae) And Evaluation Of Growth Performance On Weaned Dairy Goats
This study evaluated the in-vitro organic matter digestibility of Rhodes grass hay supplemented with different levels of Chicory- with or without brewer's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). The feeds were formulated into eight diets and offered using a CRD with a (4x2) factorial design. The diets were Rhodes grass hay and chicory supplementation at (T1:0, T2:10, T3:20, and T4:30%) as the main

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