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Articles by A. Aruwayo
Total Records ( 3 ) for A. Aruwayo
  L.A. Saulawa , S.N. Ukachukwu , O.C. Onwudike , M.G. Garba and A. Aruwayo
  A 28-day feeding trial involving 150 day old Anak broiler chicks was carried out to study the effect of quantitative substitution of raw baobab (Adansonia digitata) seed meal (RBSM) for soyabeans meal in broiler starter diet. The birds were grouped into five dietary treatments of 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 levels of inclusion of Raw Baobab Seed Meal (RBSM), in a completely randomized design. Feed and water were offered to birds ad libitum. Result of productive performance shows significant differences (p<0.05) between treatments for all the parameters considered. Feed intake, final body weight increased with increase in level of inclusion of the test ingredient. 10% level of inclusion of RBSM give better productive performance among the inclusion levels. This indicate that 10% RBSM can be used in broiler starter diet without negative effect on productive performance.
  A. Aruwayo , S.A. Maigandi , B.S. Malami , A.I. Daneji , L.A. Saulawa and M.G. Garba
  The study was conducted to evaluate the growth performance and nutrient digestibility of fattening Uda rams fed Alkali treated neem kernel cake. The experiment was conducted at the Teaching and Research Farm of Usmanu Danfodiyo University. Sixteen Uda rams were randomly allotted to treatment diets A, B, C and D with 0, 8.33, 16.67 and 24.99% levels of inclusion of ATNKC, respectively. The study lasted for 105 days consisting of 84 days feeding trial and 21 days of digestibility trial which comprised of 14 days for adaption and seven days for collection of feaces. The dry matter digestibility for all the nutrients in the control and test diets was comparable. The performance of the sheep in treatment B recorded the best ADG of 166.67g/day and highest dry matter intake in treatment A. It was recommended in the study that alkali treated neem kernel cake can be safely included in feed of sheep up to 24.99% for the rams.
  M.A. Yahaya and A. Aruwayo
  A study was conducted to establish the survival and reproductive response of adults rabbits exposed to graded levels of crude oil contaminated diet. Thirty two rabbits of mixed breed of New Zealand White and Chinchilla were used in this study. The study entailed four treatment groups (designated) A, B, C and D with eight rabbits of equal sex ratio replicated four times were randomly assigned to each group. The levels of crude oil inclusion in the diet were 0.00%, (control A) 0.01, 0.02 and 0.03% for treated groups B, C and D respectively. The study lasted for fourteen weeks. There was no significant difference (p>0.05) in weight gain among the groups. The mean feed intake, average weekly body weight gain as well as final body weight were not significantly different (p>0.05) amongst the group. There was no mortality recorded at the highest inclusion rate of 0.03% in this study. Results obtained on the reproductive response revealed 68% were pregnant including the control group and 50% conception rate was recorded amongst the experimental groups. Therefore, it could be concluded that, the adult rabbits were able to survive, conceive and kindle at the highest crude oil inclusion rate of 0.03%, without any adverse effect on the experimental rabbits, hence establishing their survival level and reproductive capability of adults rabbits exposed to crude oil contamination.
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