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Articles by M. H. Khan
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. H. Khan
  M. J. Uddin , G. Miah , F. Kabir , M. Hasanuzzaman and M. H. Khan
  A trail was conducted to investigate the effect and economic evaluation of feeding urea-molasses and urea-molasses concentrate with green grass on milk yield. Sixteen animals were grouped in to 3 having 5 animals in each of group A and C and 6 animals in group B. Group A was control (farmer practice), B was fed urea-molasses with green grass and C was fed urea-molasses concentrate with green grasses. The average milk yield of group A, B and C were 0.82, 2.67 and 1.87 kg/d and 4% fat corrected milk yield (FCM) of group A, B and C were 2.54, 6.99 and 4.78 kg/d respectively. The both average milk yield and FCM yield of group A was significantly (P<0.001) lower than treated groups B and C. Supplemented group B was significantly higher than supplemented group C. Total feed cost in group B (TK.1140) was lower than that of group C (TK.1305). In contrasts , net return from B (TK.5950) was higher than that of group C (TK.3658). In addition, another metabolic trail was carried out to find out the reason of better performance of urea-molasses supplemented group than urea-molasses concentrate group. Four cannulated animals were fed four types of dietary group, A, B, C and D respectively and was observed the ruminal parameters (NH3, pH) NH3-N was significantly higher (P<0.05) in dietary groups C and D than in dietary groups A and B. Addition of urea increased rumen NH3 level and maintain rumen pH in normal range. This favorable environment of rumen may recovered the deficit nutrients (energy, protein) of normal local grasses and increased milk production.
  M. J. Uddin , M. Shahjalal , F. Kabir , M. H. Khan and S. A. Chowdhury
  The aim of this experiment was to investigate the beneficiary effect of feeding urea-molasses treated straw on dairy buffaloes. Nine animals are divided into two groups bearing 5 animals in group A and 4 animals in group B (control). The daily milk yield of UMS fed group A (2.69 kg) was significantly (P<0.001) higher than that of the control (1.63 kg) one. Lactation length was also higher in UMS group although insignificant. Further more, calf live weight gain of group A was non significantly better than B. Total feed cost were higher in group A for addition of supplement than B. Whereas, return from milk and calf live weight gain in supplemented group A was significantly better than control group B. UMS may be the best, cheapest as well as economic supplemented diet for dairy buffaloes during green roughage scarcity period.
 
 
 
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