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Articles by J.J. Uribe-Gomez
Total Records ( 2 ) for J.J. Uribe-Gomez
  J. Lopez Camarena , J.R. Orozco-Hernandez , J.H. Medina-Villarreal , J.J. Uribe-Gomez , H. Verdin-Sanchez and V.O. Fuentes-Hernandez
  Some products used against coccidia as feed additives in ruminants affect the production. However, no information was found on the effect of robenidine as defaunation agent on the intake or apparent digestibility of nutrients in the Pelibuey lamb. The experiment comprised three trials, in the first, eighteen lambs (average weight of 20 kg) were use to assess production. In the second, nine Pelibuey crossbred males (average weight 20 kg) were used. Animals were individually lodged and fed a corn stalk based ration and concentrate. The protected robenidine was added at 0, 33 and 66 mg kg-1 live weight. The Average Daily Gain (ADG), intake and in vivo apparent digestibility of dry matter, organic matter and structural carbohydrates was assessed. The ADG, daily intake and digestibility were similar among treatments (p>0.05). In the third trial, three rumen cannulated lambs were used in a 3x3 Latin square arrangement. No effect was observed in the pH or number of total protozoas (p>0.05). The robenidine has no effect on production parameters or the rumen fauna.
  S.G. Bravo Jimenez , J.R. Orozco-Hernandez , J.J. Uribe-Gomez , V.O. Fuentes Hernandez , A. Aguilar de la Torre and O.H. Navarro-Gonzalez
  The search for alternative proteinaceous ingredients for monogastric animals is a constant task for the producer. The continuous renewal of hen population in the poultry industry, generates a protein source of aminoacids that can be used in pig feeding. The objective of the trial was to assess the effect of increasing levels of a poultry by-product meal in pig feeding, from weaning to market weight. Eighty newly weaned pigs were separated into 5 animal group to assess the addition of 0, 2.5, 5 and 7.5% (dry matter basis) of a Spent Hen by-product Meal (SHM) to a sorghum-soybean meal in pigs. The intake was daily measured and the weight gain was calculated using initial and final measurements. The initial weight was used as co-variable for the gain. Most of the production parameters were negatively affected with the addition of SHM (p<0.05). Increasing the SHM in the diet may affect negatively some of the production parameters in pigs.
 
 
 
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