Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition


March 2008
Vol 25


  1. Nutrition and Feeding of Mithun (Bos frontalis) in Hill Livestock Farming System
  2. Total Gastro-Intestinal Tract Survivability of Viable Probiotics in Crossbred Calves and their Evaluation under In Vitro System
  3. Nutrient Composition and Phenolic Constituents in some Feed and Fodder Samples from Temperate Regions of Kumaon Himalaya
  4. Bacterial Biomass as Feed for Rearing of Penaeus indicus (H. Milne Edwards) Larvae
  5. Effect of Different Levels of Rumen Degradable and Undegradable Proteins on Milk Production and Composition in Crossbred Cows
  6. Methane Emission as Affected by Dietary Supplementation of Raw and Roasted Fenugreek seeds in Cattle
  7. Effect of Different Feed Ingredients on the Hardness and Chemical Composition of Lick Blocks
  8. Tephrosia purpurea (Sarphonk), a Nutritionally Potential Plant in Grazing Land of Semi Arid Region
  9. Chemical Composition and In-Sacco Dry Matter Degradability of Fodder from Two Cultivars of Sorghum
  10. Effects of Feeding Concentrate, Tree Leaves and Straw Based Diet on Growth and Nutrient Utilization in Yak (Poephagous Grunniens L.) under Semi-Intensive Rearing System
  11. Farmer’s Reasons for Preference of Dairy Interventions under IVLP
  12. Existing Seasonal Feeding Patterns of Dairy Animals in Jhansi District of Bundelkhand Region
  13. Impact of Temperature Rise on Pulmonary Dynamics, Heat Dissipation and Antioxidant Status in Karan Fries Heifers

    Non Ruminants

  14. Performance of Angora Rabbits Fed on Biul (Grewia optiva) Leaves and Kudzu (Puereria thunbergiana) Vine
  15. Effect of EDTA Supplementation on Phytate Phosphorus Utilization and Efficiency of Microbial Phytase in Laying Hens
  16. Application of a Duplex PCR Approach for the Specific and Simultaneous Detection of Clostridium Spp. and Lactobacillus Spp. in Broiler Gastrointestinal Tract
  17. Influence of Sugarcane Press Mud on Serum Calcium and Plasma Inorganic Phosphorous in Broilers
  18. Studies on Different Levels of Soybean Cake on the Performance of Broiler Chicks
  19. Factory Tea Waste with or without Enzyme Supplementation as a Feed Ingredient for Broiler Chicks