21-Title: Growth performance of Sirohi goats under different rearing systems
Authors: Sulya Vikas, S Nanavati, MS Jamra, DS Yadav, AK Jha and N Jamra Source: Ruminant Science (2020)-9(1):101-102.
How to cite this manuscript: Vikas Sulya, Nanavati S, Jamra MS, Yadav DS, Jha AK and Jamra N (2020). Growth performance of Sirohi goats under different rearing systems. Ruminant Science 9(1):101-102.
The study was carried out to analyze the growth performance of Sirohi male goats under different rearing system. For the experiment, total eighteen (18) growing Sirohi male goats around 06 to 09 months of age with uniform body weight were selected for 90 days. These goats were randomly distributed into three groups of equal number (6 in each group) under extensive (T1 ), semi-intensive (T2) and intensive (T3 ) rearing system. The goat under T3 (19.24) group gained better weight than T2 (17.63) and T1 17.05). T3 group have significantly (P<0.01) higher pooled average daily gain (87.620±1.264) than T2 (75.962±1.206) and T1 (44.534±1.034) groups and T2 group have significantly (P<0.01) higher growth rate than T1 group.
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