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Articles by M.M. Bhuiyan
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.M. Bhuiyan
  M.M. Bhuiyan , M.H. Khan , M.A.H. Khan , B.C. Das , N.S. Lucky and M.B. Uddin
  The experiment was conducted with 40 Pekin, 40 Muscovy and 40 Deshi White day-old as hatched broiler ducklings under farmers condition to investigate the comparative performance of three breeds of ducks under farmer`s management up to the 09 weeks of age. The final live weight in Pekin, Muscovy and Deshi White were 1763.0, 1225.0 and 1208.0 g/ducks respectively (P < 0.05 ). The total feed consumption up to the brooding period in three breeds were 2047.00, 1652.06 and 1430.05 g/ducklings respectively (P < 0.05) and the respective feed conversion ratios were 2.40, 2.91 and 3.05. Mortality was non- significant (P>0.05) among the breeds of ducks. The highest (70%) dressing yield was found from Pekin and the lowest (65%) from Deshi White. The highest production cost was found in Pekin and the lowest in Deshi White. The highest gross margin and BCR (Tk.34.93/duck and 1.66 respectively) were obtained from Pekin and the lowest (Tk. 11.45/duck and 1.23 respectively) from Deshi White. From the results it may be concluded that exotic breeds /improved breeds of broiler ducks rearing is possible at FSRD site, Sylhet and farmers can be benefited within short time. The breed of Pekin ducks is superior over Muscovy and Deshi White.
  M.M.H. Khan , M.Y. Miah , M.M. Bhuiyan , S. Begum , M.M. Hussain and R. Khanum
  Local chickens dominate poultry production in Bangladesh. For this reason, an investigation was conducted to determine the existing production system and production performance of native chicken in the Sylhet areas of Bangladesh. Data were collected from 180 households of 6 villages of Sylhet district in Bangladesh. In Sylhet mainly poor families, who have arrived from outside and are landless rear poultry. Most of the households (58.33%) had 0-15 chicken. Most of the families (75%) reared their chicken in combined house with duck. Materials used for housing were similar to other parts of the country. Mainly female members were involved in poultry rearing. About fifty percent farmers got on an average less than 70 eggs per year per bird. A few farmers (5.56%) informed that they had collected more than 130 eggs from a bird in a year. In most of the cases (47.22%) the length of clutch was less than 20. Interval between two clutches was found in highest percentage(42.22%). Highest egg production was observed in winter season (52.78%) followed by summer, spring and late autumn. Maximum (60%) farmer had vaccinated their birds and 55% farmers got service from Department of Livestock Services.
  M.M. Bhuiyan , M.R. Islam , M.L. Ali , M.K. Hossain , M.A. Kadir , N.S. Lucky and B.R. Das
  An experiment was conducted to find out the importance of various characteristics of mammary system and to study their relationship with milk yield in dairy cows during the period from October to November 2000. By a previously prepared module, 100 dairy cows were selected to collection of data for the various measurements and shapes of udder from the Bangladesh Agricultural University Dairy Farm and adjacent villages of University. The phenotypic correlation coefficients between udder measurements and test milk yield and between all possible combinations of udder measurements were significant (P<0.01), revealed that length, width and depth of udder were related to each other and also to the milk production. A bowl shaped udder with large proportion of secretory tissue with highest milk production was as an assets for a milch cow. It may be concluded that a well conformation of udder is to be considered for selecting dairy cows on milk yield.
 
 
 
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