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Articles by M.J. Khan
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.J. Khan
  J.A.S.M.M. Islam , M.J. Khan , K.M.S. Islam and S. Ahmed
  The study was conducted for a period of 6 months to observe the effect of replacing fish meal(FM) by sesame oil cakelSOC) on the performance of Starcross layer reared on pond. A total of 72 birds of twenty weeks of age were divided into three treatments having 3 replications in each. Diet for treatment A contains fish meal and sesame oil cake @12% with other conventional ingredients. Fish meal was replaced by SOC at the rate of 25 and 50% in the treatment B and C respectively. The results clearly indicated the comparative usefulness of SOC as replacer of FM when the cost per kg egg production was considered. All the treatments were found to be almost equally suitable for rearing of Starcross layer. So, it may be suggested to replace FM by SOC up to a level of 50% depending upon the availability and price.
  M.Z. Rahman , M.J. Khan , M.J. Hossain , M.S.K. Sarker and M. Hasanuzzaman
  Survey method was used to find the effect of shrimp culture on livestock production. The study area is located in the south-western part of Bangladesh in the tidal flood plain near the large mangrove forest, the sundarbans. The average livestock (cattle, goat, sheep, buffalo) number (per farmer), milk production (kg/day/cow), lactation period (day), birth wt. (kg) are significantly higher before shrimp culture compared to after shrimp culture but mortality percentage are significantly higher after shrimp culture compared to before shrimp culture. Livestock population and its overall conditions were better before shrimp culture compared with after shrimp culture. The study has revealed that the production of livestock have been affected following the shrimp farming practices in the study areas. Shrimp farming interacts with the environment and its expansion destroyed whole ground in coastal region.
  F. Kabir , M.S. Sultana , M. Shahjalal , M.J. Khan and M.Z. Alam
  The experiment was conducted to determine the effect of protein supplementation on growth performance in female goats and sheep. Ten does and six ewes aged about 15 months and weighing on average, 13.9 and 14.4 kg respectively were studied in this experiment. Animals were allocated to two feeding regimes [low protein (LP), 168g and high protein (HP), 208g per kg DM] in a randomized block design according to live weight. HP diet did not significantly (p>0.05) increase live weight gain (33.0 vs. 25.2 g/d) in goats. In contrast, sheep received the HP diet significantly (p<0.05, p<0.01) improved DM intake (509.0 vs. 425.9 g/d) and live weight gain (36.6 vs. 10.7 g/d) compared to those given the LP diet. These results indicate that supplementary feeding of high protein diet (208g CP per kg DM) significantly increased growth performance of sheep under grazing condition.
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