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Articles by U.J. Omphile (9)

Growth Rate and Feed Conversion Rate of Ostriches Fed Ration with or Without Grit in Botswana

E.E. Waugh, A.A. Aganga, D. Seabo, U.J. Omphile and C.M. Tsopito

International Journal of Poultry Science 5 ( 5 ): 470 - 473 , 2006

Goat Production under Traditional Management in Gaborone Agricultural Region in Botswana

A.A. Aganga, U.J. Omphile, R.G. Chabo, M. Kgosimore and M. Mochankana

Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 4 ( 5 ): 515 - 519 , 2005

Carcass Characteristics and Meat Composition of Yearling Tswana Goats Fed Teminalia sericea, Boscia albitrunca Browses or Lurcene as Supplements

M.H.D. Mareko, A.A. Aganga, U.J. Omphile and M. Mokhudu

Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 5 ( 11 ): 964 - 969 , 2006

Chemical Composition of Ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) at Different Stages of Growth and Ryegrass Silages with Additives

A.A. Aganga, U.J. Omphile, T. Thema and L.Z. Wilson

Journal of Biological Sciences 4 ( 5 ): 645 - 649 , 2004

Chemical Composition of Napier Grass (Pennisetum purpureum) at Different Stages of Growth and Napier Grass Silages with Additives

A.A. Aganga, U.J. Omphile, T. Thema and J.C. Baitshotlhi

Journal of Biological Sciences 5 ( 4 ): 493 - 496 , 2005

Forage Value of Browses and its Implication to Traditional Management of Goats in Kgatleng District of Botswana

A.A. Aganga, U.J. Omphile and T.F. Ntshontsi

Journal of Biological Sciences 5 ( 4 ): 506 - 510 , 2005

Diets and Forage Preference of Communally Grazed Range Goats in an Acacia Bush Savanna in Southeast Botswana

U.J. Omphile, A.A. Aganga and B. Malamba

Journal of Biological Sciences 5 ( 6 ): 690 - 693 , 2005

Faecal Microbial Flora of Tswana Goats Fed Cenchrus ciliaris Hay as Basal Diet and Terminalia sericea or Boscia albitrunca as Supplement

A.A. Aganga, U.J. Omphile and T.M. Sebolai

Journal of Biological Sciences 6 ( 6 ): 1108 - 1112 , 2006

Nutrient Balance of Tswana Goats Fed Cenchrus ciliaris Hay as Basal Diet and Terminalia serecia or Boscia albitrunca as Supplement

A.A. Aganga, U.J. Omphile and F.G. Keitheile

Journal of Biological Sciences 6 ( 6 ): 1134 - 1137 , 2006