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Articles by S.C. Mondal
Total Records ( 2 ) for S.C. Mondal
  S.M.E. Ershad , S.S. Islam , S.C. Mondal and B. Sarkar
  The study was conducted in Jessore District of Bangladesh to observe the efficiency of trained farmers as compared to farmers with out training on the production performances of broilers as well as the net profit from broiler production. Three categories of farmers were considered in the present study, viz., Certificate on Livestock and Poultry (CLP) trained farmers, this category of farmers had 6 months long training on livestock and poultry production, Youth Training Center (YTC) trained farmers, this category of farmers had 3 months long training on livestock and poultry production and General farmers, this category of farmers had no formal training on poultry/broiler production. The production parameters considered in the study were live weight gain (kg bird-1), feed consumption (kg bird-1), feed conversion ratio (FCR) and mortality (%). The overall production performances and net profit was found better in both of the trained farmers categories as compared to general farmers. Therefore, it can be recommended here that the training of farmers is obvious for efficient and profitable broiler production in the country.
  S.C. Mondal , M.M. Alam , M.M. Rashid , M.Y. Ali and M.M. Hossain
  The study was conducted at Bangladesh Agricultural University Dairy Farm for a period of six months. A total of 164 dairy cows belongs to different breeds, such as Jersey cross, Sahiwal cross, Sindhi cross, Holstein cross and Red Chittagong cows were selected and their information regarding milk production and other reproductive parameters were collected from farm records for a period of last five years (1993-1997). The number of animals of each of the genotypic classes were 48 for Jersey cross, 46 for Sahiwal cross, 35 for Sindhi cross, 20 for Holstein cross and 15 for Red-Chittagong. Significant difference was found within the milk yield (p<0.01), calving interval (p<0.05) and birth weight of calves (p<0.01) of different types of dairy cows. In case of lactation length, gestation length and service per conception, there were no significant differences (p>0.05). Highest milk yield (3.20 lit/day), highest birth weight of calves (15.2 kg) and lowest calving interval (414 days) were observed for Holstein cross. The lowest milk yield (2.46 lit/day) and lowest birth weight of calves were found in Red-Chittagong cows. Production performance of Holstein crossbred were superior to other dairy crossbreds. Jersey crossbred ranked second and performances of other genotypes were nearly similar.
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