SCIREA Journal of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine (ISSN: 2995-7753)

SCIREA Journal of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 5 days.

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Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2023

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Ni Nengah Suryani, Sabarta Sembiring, I Made S. Aryanta, Tagu Dodu
Abstract: Katuk leaves (Sauropus androgynus L. Merr) are known to contain the active compounds, flavonoids, which can boost the immune system. This study aims to determine the effect of katuk leaves in the diet on the blood profile of growth Landrace pigs. Twelve castrated male pigs were used in this study, divided into 3 groups with
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Ali Bain, Nur Santy Asminaya, Arby’in Pratiwi, Michala Michala
Abstract: This study aimed to determine milk quality of local Southeast Sulawesi female Ettawa crossbreed (EC) goats which fed calcium soap soybean oil (CaS-soybean oil) in the ration. This study used 4 lactating female local EC goats from Southeast Sulawesi with a weight of 24-33 kg. The experimental design used was the Latin Square
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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2021

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Dereje Teshome
Abstract: Camel is an important species uniquely adapted to arid and semi-arid environments and contributes significantly to the food security of the nomadic pastoral households. Tuberculosis caused by Maycobacterium bovis is the most common form of tuberculosis in camels. The two known Mycobacteria causing Tuberculosis in camels are
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2018

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Kochetkova A. Yu., Karantysh G. V., Ermakov A. M.
Abstract: At present there are no recommendations on carrying out the differential diagnostics of sporotrichosis in cats. The article covers a medical case of sporotrichosis in the regions of head in cat. While conducting cytologic screening of the contents of fistulous tract, the representative granulomatous inflammation with occurr
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Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016

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Amal M. Abo El-Maaty, Heba F. Hozyen, Mahmoud A.I. Elgabry, Hany A. Hussein
Abstract: Background Assisted reproductive techniques are not commonly used in Arabian dromedaries due to the lower responses to multiple ovulation techniques and conception rate compared to bovine. This study aimed to relate responses to superovulation and circulating leptin and insulin like growth factor-I (IGF-1). ResultsResults r
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Safieh Bahri, Abdolhossein Shiravi, Fatemeh Todehdehghan
Abstract: The data on reproductive cycle of the Caucasian viper (Gloydius halys caucasicus) from cold mountains of the Iran is presented here in. Knowledge about the reproductive cycle is an important tool for assisted reproduction and is prerequisite for animal breeding in the captivity. Reproductive parameters of 24 female Caucasia
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Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016

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Ching Giap Tan, Choon Howe Hoo, Aini Ideris, Mohd Hair-Bejo, Abdul Rahman Omar, Stanley H. Kleven
Abstract: This study was undertaken to determine the pathogenicity of six of Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) local field strains in specific pathogen free and commercial broiler breeder chicken embryos and the appropriate viscera organs for sampling in hatched chickens for detection and isolation of Mycoplasma gallisepticum. Three hund
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