Veterinary Medicine and Public Health Journal

Veterinary Medicine and Public Health Journal (VMPH) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published by Refaad. VMPH aims for rapid publication and dissemination of research involving basic and clinical veterinary medicine, zoonotic diseases, biological sciences, and public health. The journal publishes original articles, mini-reviews, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, case reports, short communications and invited editorials.

 

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Live Weight and Live Weight Changes and Some Relationships of Certain Reproductive Traits in the Breeding Female Shugor and Dubasi Sub-Types of Sudan Desert Sheep

A. H. Sulieman , A.E. Bashar , H.A. El Tahir , S.A.H. Sulieman

This study was carried out at the National Sheep Research Station in Elhuda, Sudan to investigate the situation of female sheep conditions while in gestation and to consult some aspects associated to pregnancy parameters and others on live weight were collected, processed and statistically tested in ...

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Water Intake and Organ Weights of Red Sokoto Goats Fed Different Forms of Neem Leaves, Supplemented with a Concentrate Diet

Ocheja, J. O , Ibrahim, L.M , Itodo, J.I , Shettima, I , Igbatigbi, L.O , Abdulrahman, A.Y , Ejiwoye, A.O , Aliyu, A.K

The study evaluated the water intake and organ weights of red sokoto goats fed different forms of neem (Azadirachta indica) leaves and concentrate diet. The experiment was carried out at the smal ruminant unit Teaching and Research Farm, Federal University of Kashere. Sixteen red sokoto goats (bucks) ...

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Further Evaluation of the performance of Shugor, Dubasi and Watish subtypes of Sudanese Desert sheep: Under Sedentary and Improved Production Systems

A. H. Sulieman , A.E. Bashar , A.I. ELAmin , H.A. El Tahir , S.A.H. Sulieman

The present study was conducted in the National Sheep Research Station in Elhuda, Sudan where the sheep flocks are kept for scientific research purposes. The aim of the study is to evaluate two systems of sheep productivity namely: the prevailing annual single lamb cropping (sheer-sedentary) and induced ...

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Bibliographic Information Email: editorvmph@refaad.com DOI: 10.31559/VMPH ISSN 2707-7195 (Online) ISSN 2707-7187 (Print) Freq. : 3 Times / year Language : English Articles : 44

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