The growth and carcass weight of young Watish Sudan Desert sheep when fed concentrate supplements to berseem (Medicago sativa) grazing
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Ahmed, F.A., Pollott, G.E. and Mohammed, O.M. 1979. The growth and carcass weight of young Watish Sudan Desert sheep when fed concentrate supplements to berseem (Medicago sativa) grazing. Sudan Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry 20(1): 27-36.
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Young Watish lambs grazing berseem grow at 148 and 105 g/day for males & females respectively, over a 20-week period. The provision of various concentrate supplements marginally increased live-weight gains but this practice was not recommended as being of economic value. Hot carcass weight of young Watish lambs was highly related to live-weight at slaughter but killing-out percentage was less so. The practical implications of these results are discussed.
Livestock breed typesSUDAN DESERT
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