Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 47 issue 4 (august 2013) : 364-366

SUSTAINABILITY OF DIFFERENT RUMINANTS ON DIFFERENT FODDER CROPS

S.K. Das*, S.K. Singh1
1ICAR Research Complex for Goa, Ela, Old Goa - 403402, Goa, India
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Cite article:- Das* S.K., Singh1 S.K. (2024). SUSTAINABILITY OF DIFFERENT RUMINANTS ON DIFFERENT FODDER CROPS. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 47(4): 364-366. doi: .
Ten grower and ten adult goats each of Jamunapari breed and five crossbred cows were maintained in semi intensive system of management. Different fodders were harvested for feeding animals as and when available in different seasons. Performance of animals was studied on different fodders produced in different seasons. It was observed that there was highly significant (P asis was highest on Barseem (14.264 ± 0.153). Maximum milk yield of cow was found on Barseem fodder (7.793 ± 0.247 kg / day / cow) with an overall milk yield of 7.083 ± 0.153 kg / day / head.
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