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Articles by Shahabodin Gharahveysi
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  Shahabodin Gharahveysi
  It is vital that horse owners, managers and veterinarians can accurately establish the weight of the horses in their care. The factors influenced by a horse’s weight include drug dosage, ration formulation, racing performance and transportation. The most accurate method of assessing the weight of a horse is a weighbridge. However, since the cost of this is prohibitive to most horse enterprises other methods usually are employed. Different method is available to estimate the weight of horses. After the weighbridge the best methods is weight formulas. In this study 4 formulas was compared by the Iranian Arab horse data. Measurements of girth, height and length were recorded on 244 horses. Effect of birth year and origin on different formulas was very significant (p<0.01). Effect of sex on different formulas was not significant (p>0.05). About 4 formulas that used in this study with Duncan test was classified to three classes.
  Kayvan Shirzadegan , Shahabodin Gharahveysi , Mehrdad Irani and Afshin Heidariniya
  This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of Iranian Green Tea (IGT) powder in diet onblood parameters and carcass traits of broilers. We used four treatments consisting (Basal diet+IGT 5 g kg–1 feed, Basaldiet+IGT 10 g kg–1 feed, Basal diet+IGT 15 g kg–1 feed and control) and three replicates (15 birds per pen). Results of this study showed that effects of green tea on cecum weight, LDL and Cholesterol were significant (p<0.05). LDL and Cholesterol were high, that related to control and 15 g green tea groups (p = 0.05), respectively. Furthermore, the highest and the lowest weight mean of cecum were related to 15 and 10 g kg–1 green tea groups (p = 0.05), respectively. However, additives had no significant effects on Glucose, Triglyceride (TG), HDL and other carcass traits (p>0.05). Generally, this experiment indicated that treatment with Iranian Green Tea (IGT) powder don’t have positive effects on the broiler except to decrease of blood plasma LDL and Cholesterol reducing the cardiovascular diseases.
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