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Effect of different feeding systems on carcass and non-carcass parameters of Black Bengal goat



Effect of different feeding systems on carcass and non-carcass parameters of Black Bengal goat



Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 15(1): 61-65



This experiment was conducted to determine the effect of four feeding systems, namely stall feeding, tethering, restricted grazing and grazing, on the carcass characteristics of Black Bengal goats. A total of 24 does approximately 1 year of age were randomly selected for four treatments of feeding systems having 6 replications each. Stall-fed goats were kept in at all times and adequate amounts of natural grass were supplied for ad libitum feeding.

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