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Conception rates of estrus-synchronized indigenous Ugandan goats by cervical artificial insemination
The conception rates of estrus-synchronized indigenous Ugandan goats with fresh semen cervical artificially inseminated were not known. The study aimed at establishing the effects of synchronization technique, type of ...
Production and productivity constraints of free-range chicken in Oyam District.
(Makerere University, 2008)
The study was conducted in Oyam district among free range chicken keeping households who were mixed crop–livestock farmers keeping mainly cattle, goats and chicken with a mean number per household of 2.7±0.6, 3.6±0.3 and ...
Production, breeding practices and physical traits of economic importance in Ugandan goats
Two studies were conducted in the districts of Sembabule, Soroti and Arua in Uganda to characterise the goat production and breeding practices and to determine the variability in body measurements. In the first study a ...