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Prof. Barnabas Njiru Mitaru Publications
12012Feed Intake And Performance Of Small East Africa Zebu Yearlings Stall - Fed On Rations From Indigenous Feed Materials In Ki Bwezi, Southeastern Kenya,
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22012Smallholder Farmers' Feed Material Conseryation Strategies In The Tropical Drylands Of South-eastern Kenya
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32011Climate Variability And Dry Season Ruminant Livestock Feeding Strategies In Southeastern Kenya
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42010Farmers Preferences Of Livestock And Livestock Products In Drylands Of Kenya.
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52007Priorities For Millet Research In East And Central Africa
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62004Development Of Livestock Production Systems In Africa.
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72001Variation In Plasma Luteinising Hormone Levels, Return To Oestrus And Ovulation Rates In Sows On Different Planes Of Sorghum Based Rations
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82001Effects Of Partial Removal Of Alkaloids In Sweet White Lupin Seed On Performance And Nitrogen Balance In Lambs
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91998Utilisation Of Minerals In Grain Amaranth Diets By Broiler Chickens
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101997The Nutritive Value Of Kenyan Sorghum For Poultry
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111996Economics Of Veterinary Intervention In Pastoral And Semi-sedentary Goat Production Systems In Arid And Semi-arid Areas In Kenya.
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121996Effect Of Amino Acid Supplementation Of Raw And Thermal Processed Amaranth Diets On Broiler
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131994Potential For Improving The Productivity Of Breeding Gilts
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141994Chemical And Nutritional Improvement
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151993Carbohydrate And Phenolic Constituents In Rapeseed And Their Nutritional Significance For Poultry
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161993The Effect Of Feeding Raw And Extruded Grain Amaranth Diets On Performance In Broiler Chickens
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171992Strategies For Improving Pig Productivity On Small Scale Pig Farms In Kenya
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181992Replacing Maize With Sorghum In Diets For Breeding Pigs.
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191988Constraints Of Pig Production In Kenya
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201988Effect Of Diet On Carcass Fat In Broiler Chickens.
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211988Effect Of Heat Processing Methods On The Nutritive Value Of Layer Waste For Broiler Chickens
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221988Poultry Production Consumption In Relation To Oilseed Cakes Production And Utilization In Kenya
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231987Canola Meal As A Protein Supplement For Growing-finishing Pigs
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241987The Nutritive Value Of Canola Meal For Early-weaned Pigs
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251985Protein And Amino Acid Digestibilities For Chickens Of Reconstituted And Boiled Sorghum Grains Varying In Tannin Contents
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261985Comparison Of The Effects Of Dark And Yellow Rapeseed Hulls, Soybean Hulls And A Purified Fiber Source On Growth, Feed Consumption And Digestibility Of Dietary Components In Starter Pigs
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271984The Binding Of Dietary Protein By Sorghum Tannins In The Digestive Tract Of Pigs
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281984Comparative Effects Of Cooking And High Moisture Storage Of Sorghums On Protein Digestibility In Rats
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291984Comparative Effects Of Cooking And High Moisture Storage Of Sorghums On Protein Digestibility In Rats
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301984Nutritive Value Of Reconstituted Sorghum Grains For Weanling Pigs
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311983New Information On The Role Of Tannins In The Utilization Of Feedstuffs By Growing Birds
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321982Tannin And Fiber Contents Of Rapeseed And Canola Hulls
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