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12013Options for efficient utilisation of high fibre feed resources in low input ruminant production systems in a changing environment: A reviewMigwi, PK; Bebe, B O; Gachuiri, C K; Godwin, Ian ; Nolan, John V 18-Jul-2013
22013High levels of maize in broiler diets with or without microbial enzyme supplementationBhuiyan, Momenuzzaman ; Islam, Afm Fakhrul ; Iji, Paul 22-May-2013
32012Dairy cattle genetics and its applications in BrazilMadalena, F E; Peixoto, M G C D; Gibson, John 20-May-2013
42016Characterisation of the main drivers of intra- and inter- breed variability in the plasma metabolome of dogsLloyd, Amanda J; Beckmann, Manfred; Tailliart, Kathleen; Brown, Wendy ; Draper, John; Allaway, David30-Mar-2016
52013Livestock weights in response to three whole-farmlet management systemsHinch, Geoffrey ; Hoad, Justin ; Lollback, M; Hatcher, S; Marchant, R; Colvin, Alison ; Scott, Jim M ; MacKay, Duncan 7-Apr-2014
62013Effects of three whole-farmlet management systems on Merino ewe fat scores and reproductionHinch, Geoffrey ; Lollback, M; Hatcher, S; Hoad, Justin ; Marchant, R; MacKay, Duncan ; Scott, Jim M 23-Apr-2014
72017Using path analysis to predict bodyweight from body measurements of goats and sheep of communal rangelands in BotswanaTemoso, Omphile; Coleman, Michael ; Baker, Derek ; Morley, Philip ; Baleseng, Leonard; Makgekgenene, Alec; Bahta, Sirak9-Nov-2017
82014Apparent metabolizable energy value of expeller-extracted canola meal subjected to different processing conditions for growing broiler chickensToghyani, Mehdi; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Barekatain, Mohammad Reza ; Iji, Paul ; Swick, Robert A 6-May-2015
92014Repeatability and frequency of in-paddock sheep walk-over weights: implications for individual animal managementBrown, David James; Savage, Darryl ; Hinch, Geoffrey 14-Apr-2014
102014Pre-rigor carcass stretching counteracts the negative effects of high rigor temperature on tenderness and water-holding capacity – using lamb muscles as a modelWarner, Robyn D; Kerr, Matthew; Kim, Y H B; Geesink, Geert 20-Jul-2015