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Abstract Ultrasonic scanning was used to measure muscle depth and fat depth at the third lumbar vertebra of 556 ram lambs of the Norwegian Dala and Spælsau breeds in three ram circles in 1990. After slaughter, carcass weight, carcass grade, muscling score, fat score and weight of kidney and...
Abstract Class I bovine lymphocyte antigens (BoLA) were typed in Norwegian Cattle (NRF) breeding bulls over a twelve-year period, together with a recent one-year batch of young bulls. Significant increases in the frequency of BoLA w16 and A30, and a decrease in the frequency of A13, were found...
Abstract The efficacy of phytase supplement, 1200 U/kg, produced by Aspergillus niger on phytin phosphorus (P) availability was assayed in a 6 × 6 Latin square designed digestibility and balance trial with growing pigs at live weight 35–88 kg. The pigs were fed on barley-soybean meal diets...
Abstract In experiments with 14 dairy goats fed 8 different diets the urinary nitrogen excretion (g/day) was found to be related to milk urea nitrogen concentration (mg/100 ml) according to the equation y = 3.67 + 0.67 x; r 2 = 0.64; CV = 15.6. In the case of 14 dairy cows yielding 3–37 kg of...
Abstract The relation between effective degradation (ED) and ruminal digestibility of NDF was tested with 6 cows in two 3 × 3 latin square experiments, one with three different roughages fed alone and one with the same roughages fed together with concentrate. In vivo ruminal digestibility of NDF...
Abstract In four experiments a total of 3660 SCWL laying hens kept in conventional cages at low and high stocking densities with and without a perch, Get-away (GA) cages and aviaries with litter (AL), were used for studies on the presence of bumble foot (BF), distal toe pad hyperkeratosis (TPH),...
Abstract The effect of cage size and nest box environment on circadian rhythm and on stereotyped and non-stereotyped activities was measured for 66 farmed female mink fed ad libitum. The behaviour of the animals was recorded over 24 h on video in the months of September and October. Weight and...
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