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Effect of season, year and initial liveweight on liveweight gain and feeding efficiency in Western Sudan Baggara cattle

Effect of season, year and initial liveweight on liveweight gain and feeding efficiency in Western Sudan Baggara cattle

Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 69(6): 430-432

Data on Sudan Baggara cattle (n = 2152) fattened in feedlots in 30 batches from 1992 to 1994 were analysed. Cattle were fed molasses concentrate and sorghum straw offered at different levels. The data collected were pooled and analyzed according to the level of concentrate intake, year of fattening and initial liveweight for least-squares means of variance using GLM method.

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