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Vol. 12, Special Issue 8 (2023)

Dietary crude protein (D.C.P) and dry matter management for ensuring growth and development of goats in Rajasthan

Author(s):
Meetha Lal Meena, Rajkumar Soni, Rajendra Kumar Soni, Hansa Jat and Virendra Singh
Abstract:
Ensuring proper Dietary Crude Protein (D.C.P) and Dry Matter (DM) management is crucial for the growth and development of goats in Rajasthan or any other region. Rajasthan's climate and feed availability may present unique challenges for goat rearing, making it essential to focus on nutrition to achieve optimal growth and development. Here are some important points to consider for D.C.P and DM management. Precise DCP and dry matter for Goats For intake recommendations, it is best to consult a qualified animal nutritionist or veterinarian who can assess your goats' specific needs based on their age, weight, reproductive stage and available feed resources. Dietary Crude Protein (DCP) Requirements: DCP requirements of goats can vary depending on their age, physiological state (eg, pregnancy, lactation), growth rate and production goal (eg, meat or milk production). Generally, young goats (kids) and pregnant/lactating goats require higher DCP levels for growth and milk production.
Pages: 486-488  |  78 Views  28 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Meetha Lal Meena, Rajkumar Soni, Rajendra Kumar Soni, Hansa Jat and Virendra Singh. Dietary crude protein (D.C.P) and dry matter management for ensuring growth and development of goats in Rajasthan. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 486-488.
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